Stories tagged: "immigration"


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Migrants Stuck in Southern Mexico Still Rely on Money From Family To Live

For the estimated 30,000 migrants scattered around Tapachula who are waiting to continue their migration journeys, there are the limited avenues for survival – selling goods without a permit, joining the long lines of people seeking government assistance or collecting remittances from home.

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America Is Failing Its Non-Citizen Veterans

The Biden Administration has committed reunite deported veterans with their families and help immigrant service members obtain US citizenship.

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400 Migrant Children Separated By Trump Administration Have Been Reunited With Families

"We still haven’t located nearly 200 families. I think the Biden administration would agree that there’s a lot of work yet to be done."

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Supreme Court Rules Against Biden’s Deportation Policies. Here’s Why That’s Dangerous.

"We're seeing that the Supreme Court is still more aligned with items that President Trump wanted to execute."

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Supreme Court Says ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy for Asylum Seekers Can End

WASHINGTON – The Supreme Court on Thursday said the Biden administration can terminate a Trump-era policy that let the US turn away asylum seekers at the southern border and force them to wait in Mexico for their court proceedings. In its final ruling of the term, the 5-4 court said the Biden administration was within...

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Phoenix Millennial Hopes Broadway Musical About His Life Drives DACA Discussion

The former Arizona resident is talking about the need to continue DACA, what he calls a “saving grace” in his life – and the role his story plays in that fight. And he’s talking about meeting Barack Obama. Again.