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Seeking a Home in Nogales

If we look at it from the legal perspective, living here is a crime,” explained Susana Salazar, gazing out over snaking dirt roads, powerlines, and the patchwork of improvised homes that over 10,000 families call home. Read more >

A judge said these kids get a green card. ICE says they get deported

For the first time, U.S. immigration officials are seeking to deport children who have received a special status for vulnerable migrants and are in the final stages of getting their green cards. Read more >

Trump Administration Targets Parents in New Immigration Crackdown

The Trump administration has begun a new tactic  Read more >

Trump immigration, sanctuary city policies face first big legislative test

President Donald Trump on Wednesday highlighted what he called the dangers posed by illegal immigrants ahead of an important House vote on two bills aimed at cracking down on those who commit crimes and cities that r Read more >

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Immigrant Set to Receive $190K in Sanctuary City Lawsuit

A 32-year-old Mission District resident who sued the city for unlawful arrest after authorities violated the Sanctuary City Ordinance is set to receive a $190,000 settlement. Read more >

Dispatches from “Baby Jail” in South Texas

It was 7:30am on a January morning in south Texas, a few days before the U.S. presidential inauguration. The lawyers and translators filed through security screening into the refugee detention center. Read more >

Rally Fights Deportation of Twin Cities Labor Leader

Labor and immigration activists rallied Tuesday at the Hennepin County Public Safety Center in support of a Twin Cities labor leader who faces deportation to Guatemala. Read more >

ICE Locks Down Immigrant Detention Facility After Interfaith Group Holds Prayer Circle

On Tuesday, a group of more than 60 faith leaders and attorneys visiting an immigrant detention center in the high desert was refused entry, and the entire facility was put on lockdown shortly thereafter. Family members and lawyers who were already visiting detainees inside the Adelanto Detention Center were also forced to leave. Read more >

How Texas' sanctuary cities ban compares to Arizona's 'show me your papers' law

AUSTIN — Before Texas’ sanctuary cities ban even made it to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk, it had a not-so-flattering nickname: the “show me your papers” law, a reference to a similar Arizona measure that sparked national debate and a U.S. Supreme Court ruling. Read more >

Supreme Court Revives Parts Of Trump's Travel Ban As It Agrees To Hear Case

The Supreme Court says it will decide the fate of President Trump's revised travel ban, agreeing to hear arguments over immigration cases that were filed in federal courts in Hawaii and Maryland, and allowing parts of the ban that's now been on hold since March to take effect.

The justices removed the lower courts' injunctions against the ban "with respect to foreign nationals who lack any bona fide relationship with a person or entity in the United States," narrowing the scope of two injunctions that had put the ban in limbo. Read more >

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