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Diagnosed with the coronavirus, 32-year-old L.A. woman dies next day

Consular officials told the Los Angeles Times that along with Jéssica Beatriz Cortez, three other Salvadoran immigrants have died in New York. ...

Judge for now won’t release immigrants with high virus risks

Similar lawsuits have been filed in other states, including California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Washington state, according to the ACLU. ...

Facing coronavirus pandemic, Trump suspends immigration laws and showcases vision for locked-down border

Originally published by The Washington Post President Trump has used emergency powers during the coronavirus pandemic to implement the kind of strict enforcement regime at the U.S. southern border he has long wanted, ...

They Cleaned Other People’s Homes. Now They Fear They’re Sick.

“We feel a little sick, like the flu,” Ms. Sampedro said. “I don’t know why.” ...

Pandemic, Border Crackdown Hamper Catholics’ Aid to Migrants

“The administration has been continually focused on ways to stoke fear of migrants,” Carroll wrote. “The latest announcement uses the pandemic as a pretext to advance its dangerous goals.” ...

Guatemala Seeks Curbs on U.S. Deportation of Immigrants

Guatemala has recorded 70 infections and three deaths from the virus. ...

Foreign doctors on front lines of COVID-19 fear deportation from U.S.

“We just want to maximize the number of colors that are in the healthcare system right now,” he said. “And as far as we know, there’s not a single person at any of these [government] agencies where it’s their job right n ...

Aid workers seek to avoid coronavirus outbreak at Matamoros migrant camp

“Yes, I’m worried about the virus, we all are, but right now my goal is to be with my children again,” said Baltazar. “That’s my main preoccupation now, not coronavirus.” ...

For 9-year-old immigrant, chess isn’t just a game. It’s a life-changer.

Tani Adewumi family fled Nigeria and ended up in a homeless shelter. His passion for chess helped get them out. ...

US Appeals Court: Attack on Gay Man Enough for Asylum Claim

“The government was arguing that one (attack) does not create a significant incident, or does not constitute past persecution. And the court said that one incident can be enough,” Roe said. ...

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