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Green-Card Applications
The Trump administration recently announced changes to the way in which green-card applications and requests for asylum are evaluated by federal agencies. These changes could have a long-term effect on the prospects of those already in the United States and seeking the opportunity to remain legally within our borders. The deadline for public comments on...
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Deportation Appeal
An immigrant from Ecuador is facing immediate deportation from the United States despite an appeal by his attorney to allow him to remain in this country for the upcoming holidays with his partner and children. Nelson Pinos has been living in First and Summerfield Methodist Church in New Haven, Connecticut, since November 30, 2017, when...
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Family Immigration
Deportations create financial issues for families left behind and could increase poverty among these most vulnerable populations, according to a recently released report. “Communities in Crisis: Interior Removals and Their Human Consequences” was the result of a joint effort of the Center for Migration Studies of New York, the Office of Justice and Ecology for...
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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
A California federal appeals court has ruled against the Trump administration, stating that it must continue the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program despite efforts to shut down this program in recent months. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco ruled on November 8, 2018, that DACA must be allowed to...
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The sharp increase in deportations under the Trump administration has led to an unforeseen problem for families and agencies in the United States. Children left behind after their parents are deported may face an uncertain future. In many cases, these children could be sent to foster care or temporary shelters while a final disposition of...
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New guidelines could allow U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to push through many more deportations in upcoming months. The USCIS recently approved a policy change that allows expedited deportations for immigrants who may have made only a small mistake in paperwork or may have failed to provide the necessary information on their first filing...
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Nielsen v. Preap
The word “when” could have a major impact on a decision facing the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the futures of immigrants in this country. The case hinges on the meaning of the word as it applies to a law that requires mandatory detention for immigrants “when the alien is released” from prison. Immigration proponents argue...
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Temporary Protected Status
A ruling by a San Francisco judge on October 4, 2018, may offer new hope for immigrants currently under temporary protected status (TPS) and residing in the United States. Edward Chen, a judge for the United States District for the Northern District of California, blocked a proposed move by the Trump administration that would end...
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Undocumented Parents
School districts across the United States are making plans to protect their students if their undocumented parents are deported by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, better known as ICE. These steps are necessary because of the unprecedented increase in detentions and deportations since the Trump administration took office in January 2017. By providing parents with a...
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ICE Deportation
Immigration and Customs Enforcement, more commonly referred to as ICE, is currently asking for more than $1 billion in additional funding to pursue deportations and detentions for undocumented immigrants in the United States. The agency has requested that Congress include these funds as part of the continuing resolution required to prevent a government shutdown on...
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