Daily Archives: November 27, 2017

Progressives should do more than defend immigration — we should celebrate it

Because the only direction the news seems to tilt in these days is towards depressing, it appears that Germany, which had been the moral leader among Western nations on the subject of how to deal with the humanitarian di ...

Police in Trump-Supporting Towns Aid Immigration Officials in Crackdown

Since Trump took office in January, 29 departments have joined a special programme under which they are deputized to perform some tasks of immigration agents, doubling its size in 10 months, according to the Immigration ...

“For a family that does everything together, this is heartbreaking,” Ms. Hopman said. “Juan’s mother’s health has seriously deteriorated, and he is the one who cares for her. His wife has all kinds of medical problems, i ...

Paige Vickers Originally published by The New York Times At the door of the Lindsey-Flanigan Courthouse in Denver one Friday in April, federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents tackled a man to the ground. A c ...

Murals send message of love to immigrants past and present

Originally publsihed by The Washington Post Murals celebrating immigrants past and present are cropping up in Boston neighborhoods as part of the city’s take on the national “To Immigrants With Love” campaign. The mu ...

Pope Criticizes Politicians for Stoking Racism Over Immigration

The pope, who has made defense of migrants and refugees a major plank of his papacy, made his comments in a message prepared for the Roman Catholic Church's World Day of Peace, which is celebrated on Jan. 1 each year. ...

Is Anyone Good Enough for an H-1B Visa?

But at the end of July, I received the dreaded Request for Further Evidence from immigration authorities. I provided the extra information that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services asked for. In September, ...

Immigrant allowed to return home after living in church

An attorney for Marco Reyes Alvarez said Wednesday the Department of Homeland Security has agreed not to arrest, detain or deport Alvarez while his appeals paperwork is being processed. He will remain on GPS monitoring. ...

Undocumented immigrants in Baltimore seek refuge in soccer

“Maybe they can separate me from my mother. That makes me afraid,” said the player, who asked to be identified only as Duglas because of his immigration status. He said he arrived in the United States in 2015. ...

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