Daily Archives: May 25, 2018

Piden una investigación transparente sobre la muerte de joven migrante a manos de la Patrulla Fronteriza

Familiares de Claudia Patricia Gómez González, la joven guatemalteca de 20 años muerta de un tiro en la cabeza por un agente de protección fronteriza pidieron el retorno de su cuerpo a ese país y “que se haga justicia”,  ...

Trump administration nominates immigration hard-liner for migration post at State Department

Mortensen's nomination was announced by the White House on Thursday, among several others, and has to be confirmed by the Senate. The bureau that Mortensen would be in charge of is expected to provide "protection, ease s ...

Border Patrol union chief calls Trump troop deployment ‘a colossal waste’

National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd, who represents roughly 15,000 agents, panned the measure that the president implemented last month to beef up border security and curb illegal immigration, regarding ...

Trump’s Crackdown on Students Who Overstay Visas Rattles Higher Education

In a policy memorandum, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services announced this month that it plans to change how it calculates “unlawful presence” for foreigners in the student visa and exchange program. It wi ...

How dangerous is it when Trump calls some immigrants ‘animals’?

In the past, Trump has referred to immigrants as rapists and criminals. Many have decried the president’s conflation of immigrants with MS-13 and animals. Some observers have drawn parallels between the president’s speec ...

‘We’re closed!’: Trump vents his anger over immigration at homeland security secretary

Chief of Staff John F. Kelly, who installed her in the job, jumped in to defend her.  ...

How The Chinese Exclusion Act Can Help Us Understand Immigration Politics Today

In 1882, Congress voted to ban an entire ethnic group from immigrating to the United States.  ...

Republican leaders hold off coup on immigration — for now

As Congress departed Washington for a week-long recess Thursday, the threat of an all-out GOP civil war on immigration, which seemed imminent just days ago, was suspended once again. ...

ICE expands controversial partnerships with local law enforcement

A few years after his family crossed the border from Mexico in 2004, he called the cops to report his father for beating his mom. ...

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