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When we talk About Us at UnitedWeStay, we’re including all 11 million of us, who are making our way in this country as we work and search for the fulfillment of its promise with a promise of our own -- to make the U.S. a more diverse, stronger and ultimately greater nation.

Explainer: How Trump Has Sealed Off the United States During Coronavirus Outbreak

The U.N. refugee agency and the International Organization for Migration said in mid-March they would temporarily stop resettling refugees due to travel disruptions caused by the coronavirus. But before the pandemic, the United States had already slashed the number of refugees it would accept in the 2020 fiscal year to 18,000, the lowest level in decades. ...

For Many Immigrants, an Even Greater Risk

I’m among the New Yorkers adjusting to working from home during the pandemic. But I’m the exception in my family.


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Trump’s self-serving immigration ban

Trump’s self-serving immigration ban

Trump closes the country to immigrants, except the ones he regularly hires and fires
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The US has abandoned asylum seekers in Mexico during the pandemic

The border is closed and Trump has started rapidly sending asylum seekers back to Mexico.

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Assemblywoman with mask donation is turned away from San Diego immigration detention center

Assemblywoman with mask donation is turned away from San Diego immigration detention center

Coronavirus: StateAssemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez brought about 1,000 masks to donate to detainees at Otay Mesa Detention Center but was turned away.
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Trump sued for denying checks to Americans married to immigrants

Trump sued for denying checks to Americans married to immigrants

Originally published by LA Times President Trump was sued over a provision of the coronavirus relief package that could deny $1,200 stimulus checks to more than 1 million Americans married to immigrants without Social Security numbers. The suit was filed Friday by an Illinois man using the pseudonym John Doe, who seeks to represent all ...
Trump can’t defeat the coronavirus. But he can wage war on immigrants.

Trump can’t defeat the coronavirus. But he can wage war on immigrants.

Originally published by The Washington Post President Trump has led the United States to catastrophic defeat in the battle against a virus. The United States has more confirmed coronavirus cases (800,000-plus) and more deaths (43,000-plus) than any other country. Indeed, New York state alone has more confirmed cases than any foreign country. So having lost the war ...
New Immigration Limits Cause Anxiety in Families and Businesses

New Immigration Limits Cause Anxiety in Families and Businesses

President Trump’s move to suspend some green cards could make it harder for many immigrants to reunite with loved ones or work in the United States.

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No, Mr. President, Your Immigration Powers Are Not Unlimited

No, Mr. President, Your Immigration Powers Are Not Unlimited

Freezing immigrant admissions won’t protect public health or save American jobs.

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