Daily Archives: March 1, 2018

Wife of Special Forces Vet in Immigration Limbo, Faces Deportation

The fate of Elia Crawford, married to retired Sgt. 1st Class Bob Crawford, is in the hands of a Virginia immigration court which will hear the case Monday. ...

Trump’s biggest mistake on immigration: his belief that something so complex can be “fixed”

Every workable immigration policy from the 1986 amnesty to Obama’s DACA plan has had one thing in common: They were attempts to adapt policy to the reality of migration. ...

The right-wing effort to paint DREAMers as a nightmare

President Donald Trump has called DREAMers — the nearly 2 million young undocumented immigrants who were brought to the US as children — “terrific” people. He has said he wants a “bill of love” to keep recipients of the ...

Why deporting the “Dreamers” is immoral

On Feb. 26, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to review a federal judge’s order that the Trump administration continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. ...

Not even Army veterans’ spouses are safe from Trump’s deportation wave

The wife of a retired Army Special Forces veteran and current Defense Department contractor faces the threat of deportation — even though provisions in the law exist that would allow her to stay in the country. ...

Justice Breyer’s Dire Warning

Tuesday’s Supreme Court decision in Jennings v. Rodriguez was widely viewed as an anticlimax. The case involves a group of immigrants being held in custody without any hope of bail. They argue that their indefinite deten ...

It’s Not Just Trump: The Law Is Designed to Deny Immigrants Their Basic Rights

The stories, by now, are legion, and they all have one theme: Immigrants do not have the same due process rights as the rest of us. ...

The Cruel Ploy of Taking Immigrant Kids From Their Parents

Sadly, such separations are already happening. The Florence Project in Arizona documented 155 such cases by October and other immigrant advocacy organizations report that children are being taken away from their parents. ...

11,000 People Renewed DACA in Weeks After Judge’s Ruling

The agency released figures Wednesday for the three weeks after Jan. 10, the day after U.S. District Judge William Alsup ordered the government to resume accepting renewals under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals. ...

This is why Indian immigrants won’t benefit from Trump’s immigration plan

The coalition argues that Indian immigrants are highly skilled — and so would do well under the plan. It’s a sentiment shared by many Indian high-tech workers, doctors and others with advanced education. ...

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