Daily Archives: July 27, 2018

Trump ‘manufactured’ separations crisis, never intended to reunify families: Dem senator

“This administration and Homeland Security and HHS – they manufactured this crisis…they never had an intent to reunify these families,” Masto told Hill.TV correspondent Jamal Simmons. ...

The Government Has Decided That Hundreds of Immigrant Parents Are Ineligible to Be Reunited with Their Kids. Who Are They?

Whether and when these children will be reunited with their parents is now the subject of a court fight. In June, a federal judge in San Diego, Dana Sabraw, gave the government until Thursday at 6 p.m., Eastern time, to ...

Mexican Journalist Seeking Asylum Released From US Detention

Emilio Gutierrez Soto and his adult son, Oscar, said the two were released from the El Paso, Texas, facility without bond, said their attorney, Eduardo Beckett. ...

U.S. Immigrants’ Reunification Deadline Passes, Lawyers Turn to Deportations

The parents and children were separated as part of U.S. President Donald Trump’s "zero tolerance" policy on illegal immigration. Many of them had crossed the border illegally, while others had sought asylum. By the time ...

See America’s New Ellis Island: A South Texas Bus Terminal

They line up daily, newly released from detention, having had no time even to put the laces back on their shoes. They hold government-issued bags with their few belongings close, and their children even closer. ...

GOP-led House committee rebuffs Trump administration on immigrant asylum claim policy

The powerful House Appropriations Committee passed a measure that would essentially reverse Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s guidance earlier this year that immigrants will not generally be allowed to use claims of domes ...

The next family separation crisis: Finding hundreds of deported parents

The challenge is so daunting that government attorneys have bristled every time it's come up in court. ...

700 separated children still in US custody after deadline

A federal judge in California had ordered that all eligible migrant families be brought back together by 6:00 pm (2200 GMT) and officials said in a court filing that 1,442 children aged five and older had been reunited w ...

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