“Until further notice, if you already applied for #DACA and it was expiring, this is your chance to reapply,” California Atty. Gen. Xavier Becerra tweeted Saturday night.
La frontera entre México y Estados Unidos se ha trasladado al norte porque la mayoría de los niños que estudian hoy en las escuelas primarias de Arizona son hispanos. Al menos, esa es la opinión del autor canadiense Mark Steyn, que fue invitado al show del periodista Tucker Carlson en la cadena conservadora Fox News. El programa de noticias es el más visto de la televisión por cable y su deriva antiinmigrante se ha recrudecido en los últimos tiempos.
U.S. District Judge Patti Saris in Boston expressed concern the Indonesians could be deported before their administrative appeals were finished, given their claims they could face religious persecution in the world’s largest majority-Muslim nation.
Last week, Trump “sabotaged what appears to have been a bipartisan effort with bigoted statements about countries on the continent of Africa,” Texas Representative Al Green told Newsweek on Thursday. The Democrat said the articles of impeachment he plans to bring to the House floor at the beginning of legislative business sometime after 9 a.m. will show “how the president’s hateful comments can impact policy.”
Congressional Republicans are asking Democrats to trust them. Vote to keep the government open and an immigration deal will come soon, they say.
If Congress can’t reach an agreement to pass a funding bill by midnight Friday, the federal government will shut down.
Two immigration officers approached Amer Adi Othman’s ex-wife outside her home one morning in April 1990 with a form to sign. Scared of the two strange men, she signed it quickly and returned to her two children inside.
But the Justice Department’s request to return it to the 2020 census for all respondents has unsettled demographic experts as well as advocates of voting rights and immigrants, who say it could lead Hispanic people to avoid being counted. Are they overreacting to a simple question?
“After Lindsey and I left the room and got in the car together to come back to Capitol Hill, it was silence in the car,” Mr. Durbin, of Illinois, recalled in an interview on Thursday, describing their mutual distress at the ominous turn the negotiations had taken as well as the president’s conduct. “We had just witnessed something that neither one of us ever expected.”
Last week, Ravi had his regularly scheduled check-in with ICE. Once routine, these check-ins have become terrifying under President Trump, with immigrants being detained and deported after meeting with officials.
Since Hurricane Maria, nearly 300,000 Puerto Ricans have left for Florida alone. At first, most of those leaving were elderly, disabled or in need of critical medical care. Now planes are leaving full of young people economically stranded in the post-Maria landscape. These departures will only compound the already historic migratory wave caused by the island’s fiscal crisis, possibly resulting in an overall 25 percentpopulation loss by the end of the decade.