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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.

DACA recipients shocked to learn that ICE has access to their information

"My hope is that the Supreme Court justices can see that immigrants are the very fabric of this country. We contribute to this nation in many ways and are Americans in every way but on paper."
The Supreme Court is expected to issue its ruling in the next two months. ...

Trump’s executive order puts immigrants’ American dreams on hold

I work at one of Ukraine’s most prominent law firms. Andrii is also is a lawyer — we’re a lawyer family. If the lottery is delayed because of President Trump’s decision, it means that we will still follow through with our U.S. plans, although maybe it will take a little longer now. My husband has a job. I have a job. We are successful in life. We will live as we did before until our time comes.

And if we’re unsuccessful now, we’ll try again. Maybe it’s even better, because we’ll have more time to plan. But I know that one day we’ll get there. ...

Americans’ Faith in Law Is at Stake in the DACA Case

The Supreme Court has the opportunity to prove to the country that despite all the hardships that surround us, humanity is not dead, and cruelty does not rule the day.

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Trump’s coronavirus order scapegoats immigrants and doesn’t make us safer

Immigrants of all kinds are disproportionately on the coronavirus front lines providing all of us with essential services, often at great personal risk.
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Judge rejects request to suspend immigration court hearings amid coronavirus outbreak

Judge rejects request to suspend immigration court hearings amid coronavirus outbreak

A federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday rejected a request to suspend immigration court proceedings amid the coronavirus pandemic. ...

Supreme Court denies request to suspend ‘public charge’ rule for immigrants during pandemic

Originally published by CNN The Supreme Court on Friday denied a request from New York and other states to block the Trump administration's controversial "public charge" rule during the coronavirus pandemic. The rule makes it more difficult for immigrants to obtain legal status if they use public benefits such as Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers. Earlier in the ...

Migrant children are still attending deportation hearings amid the pandemic

Over recent weeks, the number of confirmed cases among unaccompanied migrant children in HHS custody has gradually increased. In total, 160 children have been tested for coronavirus, the Office of Refugee Resettlement said Thursday, adding that none of the children who have tested positive have required hospitalization. ...

Stephen Miller has long-term vision for Trump’s ‘temporary’ immigration order, according to private call with supporters

International travel to the United States had already plunged since the coronavirus pandemic began. Cuccinelli told listeners on the call that the number of passengers arriving from Europe has dropped to about 500 daily, down from 60,000 before the crisis. ...
Who Belongs In America?

Who Belongs In America?

For many, the recent harassment of Asian-Americans has been a stunning reminder that your face can still mark you as foreign.

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