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Some Migrant Parents Separated From Kids May Get Second Chance At Asylum
The Trump administration reached a settlement over the families separated at the U.S. border.
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Bank Of America Faces Backlash After Freezing Accounts Over Citizenship Questions
The bank says it asks account holders about citizenship in order to comply with the government's country-specific sanctions.
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Trump Administration Denies Passports To Americans Living On Border: Report
Hundreds and possibly thousands of Hispanic Americans along the Texas and Mexico border have been affected.
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CEOs Warn That Trump's Immigration Policy Inflicts ‘Substantial Harm’ On Businesses
Top CEOs wrote a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Kristjen Nielsen, saying that “inconsistent government action” undermines economic growth.
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Government Agencies Coordinated To Arrest Migrants Seeking Legal Status, ACLU Says
They timed interviews in such a way that would facilitate migrant arrests, according to a lawsuit filed by the ACLU.
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Trump’s Immigrant Crackdown Is Worse Than What Climate Dystopian Novelists Imagined
Alexander C. Kaufman
The "cli-fi" genre is whiter than reality, and the Trump administration's policies are more punitive.
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Judge Orders Trump Administration To Bring Deported Mother, Daughter Back To U.S.
The federal judge said Jeff Sessions, Kirstjen Nielsen and others could be held in contempt of court if they don't bring the family back to the U.S.
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Laura Ingraham Has Been Peddling White Nationalism For Years: A Reminder
To Ingraham, the so-called alt-right is just a "more traditional" view, and Democrats are "agents of a historical and cultural purge."
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Kids Who Can't Tie Their Shoes Are Being Traumatized In Immigration Court
Legal experts worry that children will be further traumatized by telling their horrific stories to judges and asylum officers.
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Asylum Seeker Still Waits For Release, 3 Court Decisions Later
An immigration judge granted him asylum, and a federal judge ordered the government to reevaluate parole for cases like his. But he's still locked up in Ohio.
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Government Official Says He Warned That Separating Families Could Traumatize Children
The Trump administration went through with the policy anyway.
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Eddie Huang: Americans Have Trouble Seeing The Immigration Issue Objectively
“They’re being told, ‘These people coming in are going to take their jobs’ ― which is not true,” the restaurateur and "Fresh Off the Boat" author said.
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It's Too Late For The Supreme Court, But Lower Courts Can Still Check Trump
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The president isn't the only one who swore an oath to uphold the Constitution.
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Report: Mexico Opposes U.S. Plan To Make It Take Asylum Seekers
By Gabriel Stargardter, Reuters
Mexico views the proposal as a red line it will not cross.
Asylum-Seekers Face Tougher Odds At Border Under Stricter Policy On Victims Of Violence
The Trump administration claims too many people are exploiting the system.
1-Year-Old Baby Appears In Immigration Court, Cries Hysterically
The judge said he was "embarrassed" to ask if the boy understood the proceedings.
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Diane Guerrero Is The Immigrant Advocate Young People Need Right Now
Her new book gives young adults and teens a powerful glimpse into what their immigrant peers are up against.
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U.S. Army Reportedly Discharging Immigrants Who Enlisted With Promises Of Citizenship
About 10,000 people now serve under a program meant to fast-track U.S. citizenship for military duty.
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Women Migrants Often Can't Put Into Words The Horrors They've Experienced
Many women are looking to escape sexual and domestic abuse at home only to be attacked on their way to the U.S.
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The Border Area Is In Dire Need Of Lawyers To Represent Asylum-Seekers
There are not nearly enough immigration lawyers in the Rio Grande Valley to meet the needs of a large detainee population.
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Migrant Women Reportedly Kept From Speaking To Kirstjen Nielsen As She Toured Facility
They said they were moved to a soccer field for two hours in broiling heat.
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ICE Officials Are Pressuring Separated Parents To Sign Deportation Forms
Lawyers report that immigration agents are telling separated parents that to see their kids, they must agree to voluntary deportation.
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Indianapolis Church Puts Holy Family In Detention Center To Protest Immigration Policy
“Jesus, Mary and Joseph were homeless and fled danger to seek asylum.”
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U.S. Government Says It Has Right To Detain Families For Months
By Eric Beech, Reuters
The government said it will detain families for the duration of their immigration proceedings.
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Trump Tried To Slam The Door On Migrant Kids, But Courts Don't Work That Way
“Our first master is the due process clause of the Constitution,” one immigration judge said. “We’re going to follow the law.”
Keeping Kids In Detention With Their Parents Is A Recipe For Abuse. Just Ask Australia.
The country’s human rights organizations are warning Americans not to make the same “horrible mistakes.”
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