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The legal maze facing asylum seekers at the Southern border has become even more convoluted. A recent federal court order that suspended the Justice Department regulation making illegal crossers ineligible for asylum opens up additional Catch-22 conundrums.
LGBTQ asylum-seekers have historically had to face bias and ignorance about gender identity and sexuality
When Peter Sean Brown turned himself in to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office in April, he expected to be back to work in no time at Fogarty’s, a laid-back restaurant in Key West, Fla., where diners flock for the Cajun chicken. He had been accused of a probation violation after testing positive for marijuana.
Haydee Posadas had waited eight years for her son to come home. On the last night of her long vigil, she was too agitated to sleep.
House Progressive leader Pramila Jayapal will join a “caravan” of migrants seeking asylum as they try to enter the United States from Tijuana on Saturday afternoon — an attempt to spotlight what Democrats view as the inhumane effects of President Donald Trump’s border crackdown.
The founder of Southwest Key made millions from housing migrant children. His nonprofit has stockpiled taxpayer dollars and possibly engaged in self-dealing with top executives.
In August, during an interview with a local television station, Cindy Hyde-Smith, the junior Republican senator from Mississippi, sought to shore up her national security bona fides by sharing a trip she took to the southwest border.
But in the long term, Trump’s anti-immigration approach may alienate millennial voters — and backfire on the Republican Party. The millennial generation, born between 1980 and 1997, is the largest and most diverse adult cohort.
For most of the past year, Samuel Oliver-Bruno stayed in the basement of a church in Durham, N.C., taking refuge against a deportation order that would separate him from his seriously ill wife, his son and the quiet life that he had lived in the United States off and on since 1994.
Dozens of supporters of a man from Ecuador facing deportation have ended a protest at the federal building in Hartford, Connecticut, where some of them chained themselves to each other and trash cans filled with sand.