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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.

Farmers Worry Florida Bill Will Worsen Labor Scarcity Woes

“Typically 80% of them are not cut out or don’t have the desire to work on a farm, no matter how well you pay them,” Kashem says. ...

Feds Appeal Order Blocking Trump Refugee Resettlement Limit

“We are essentially in limbo as the appeal process takes its course,” she said, adding that there is “some risk of disruption to the (resettlement) system” if the case isn't resolved for months. ...

“A Fucking Disaster That Is Designed to Fail”: How Trump Wrecked America’s Immigration Courts

I spent two days inside one of America’s most overburdened courts. It was worse than I could’ve imagined.
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TRUMP IS BLOWING UP A NATIONAL MONUMENT IN ARIZONA TO MAKE WAY FOR THE BORDER WALL

“Nothing is sacred to them, no amount of destruction too grand,” he went on to say. “We’re living a nightmare down here in the borderlands.” ...

A Group of Agents Rose Through the Ranks to Lead the Border Patrol. They’re Leaving It in Crisis.

How several agents from a small outpost in Arizona, including recently retired chief Carla Provost, climbed to the top of the Border Patrol, then one by one retired, leaving corruption, misconduct and a toxic culture in their wake.

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Ousman Darboe could be deported any day. His story is a common one for black immigrants.

Growing up black and undocumented in a heavily policed neighborhood is often a ticket to the prison-to-deportation pipeline.

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Trump Posts Another ‘Keep Out’ Sign for Immigrants

Trump Posts Another ‘Keep Out’ Sign for Immigrants

The administration’s security rationale for its latest red tape on travel from African and Asian countries doesn’t ring true.

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Report: At Least 138 Sent From US to El Salvador Were Killed

Human Rights Watch urged the administration to repeal the policy that requires asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico along with the agreements that allow Guatemalans, Salvadorans and Hondurans to be settled in other countries of Central America while seeking refuge. They also want the attorney general to reverse restrictions that made it harder for them to claim U.S. asylum because of threats posed by gangs or gender-based violence. ...

Families in Africa Fear Impact of U.S. Immigration Ban

"I’m afraid to even consider that," he said at last. “You really are powerless." ...

 

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