Daily Archives: November 6, 2017

CNN contributor: “Stop all immigration right now”

Ed Martin reacted to the terror attack in New York by saying we don’t need new Americans to keep Uber running ...

Thousands of immigrants with “protected status” face possible deportation

Cortez has plenty of reason to worry.  In a matter of months, the Trump Administration could turn this entrepreneur and dad and hundreds of thousands of others into instant undocumented immigrants, no longer allowed to l ...

Chicago fund means more immigrants getting legal help

Months after Chicago officials established up a $1.3 million fund to boost legal services for immigrants facing deportation, there’s been a big spike in immigrants with legal representation, a study has found. ...

U.S. State Department Says Certain Immigrants No Longer Need Protected Status: Washington Post

Originally published by The new York Times Thousands of Central Americans and Haitians living in the United States under special status no longer need to be shielded from deportation, the U.S. Department of State told Ho ...

The dark side of Trump’s focus on immigration and ‘merit’

After a terrorist attack, many people of color, including myself, hold our breath, hoping that the perpetrator in question isn’t black, isn’t brown, isn’t Muslim, isn’t an immigrant. It’s routine now: An attack committed ...

DOJ details plan to slash immigration court backlog

The Department of Justice said Friday it is aiming to slash the massive immigration court backlog in half by 2020 by adding judges, upgrading technology and refusing to tolerate repeated delays in deportation cases. ...

Undocumented special-needs girl in federal custody is released

An undocumented 10-year-old girl with cerebral palsy who was detained last month after emergency gallbladder surgery in Texas has been released and reunited with her family, her attorney, Leticia Gonzalez, said Saturday. ...

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