Stories tagged: "immigration"


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France Is Fast-Tracking Citizenship to Immigrant Essential Workers. The US Should Do The Same.

"Immigrants shouldn't have to risk their lives for citizenship. But it's telling that for the US even doing that isn't enough," immigration nonprofit said.

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Biden Pledged to Undo Trump’s Immigration Policy. Here’s What That Will Entail.

Biden said he will push Congress for comprehensive immigration reform legislation that could include a pathway to citizenship for the estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants. President-elect Joe Biden has promised to roll back many of the Trump administration’s restrictive immigration policies when he takes office next month. He’s got his work cut out for him....

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Lawyers and Victims Are Narrowing in on Notorious Georgia ICE Gynecologist

A Georgia ICE gynecologist is being accused of performing medical procedures against the consent of detained women.

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What Will Happen to Trump’s Unfinished Border Wall After He’s Out of Office?

The US/Mexico southern border is 2,000-miles in length, only 415 miles from Trump's wall have been constructed.

Ivon Meneses, of Las Vegas, had written "we need a permanent legislative solution for Dreamers," on her arm as she and other supporters of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, attended an action in support of DACA recipients. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
DACA Is Fully Restored. Here’s How to Apply.

All your questions answered about who can apply, how to apply, and what the future holds for DACA recipients.

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Watch Out, Santa Cruz County—There’s a New Sheriff in Town

David Hathaway is ready to step into the chief law enforcement officer role in Santa Cruz County as constituents prepare to bid adieu to their sheriff of almost three decades.

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Trump Administration Finally Hands Over Data Critical to Reuniting Families Separated at Border

The data is on migrant children that were separated from their families at the border by the Trump administration between 2017 and 2018.