Stories tagged: "immigration"


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Trump’s Attempt to Block Undocumented Migrants From Census Deemed Not ‘Remotely Convincing’ by Courts

The White House requested that a separate census count be created that tallied the number of undocumented immigrants living in the U.S.

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Trump Says People Should Immigrate to the U.S. Legally. He’s Made It Nearly Impossible.

The process for legal immigration to the United States is far more difficult and slower than it was before Trump took office.

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Mesa Woman Nixed From RNC Schedule After Tweeting Anti-Semitic Conspiracy Theory

Mary Ann Mendoza was scheduled to speak about her support for President Donald Trump’s controversial immigration policies.

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Trump Administration Vows to Reject All New DACA Applications

Immigration experts say the new rules for DACA will hurt families benefiting from the program, and could damage the already-struggling economy.

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Trump Administration Defies Judges’ Order, Refuses to Accept New DACA Applications

The federal government is currently not accepting new DACA applications despite court order that it must resume doing so.

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ICE Removes In-Person Class Requirement for Foreign Students

Three of Arizona’s public universities joined lawsuits against a new rule that would have put thousands of international student’s visas in jeopardy.

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‘We Are Not Just Here to Stay, But To Thrive’: DACA Recipient’s Fight for Pathway to Citizenship Continues

The Supreme Court blocked an attempt by the Trump Administration to end the DACA program, but fight for a path to citizenship is far from over.