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2017 draft memo details early plans to separate migrant families

Thousands Of Immigrant Children Were Separated From Their Parents And The Government Doesn't Know How Many

The Trump administration separated far more immigrant children from their parents after  Read more >

Along the U.S.-Mexico Border

FALFURRIAS, Tex. Read more >

Tornillo: detention site for migrant children to close amid safety fears

Tornillo temporary detention facility in west Texas that has housed thousands of migrant children Read more >

The Scott Warren Case is Part of a Crackdown on Aid to Migrants

[Jan. 11, 2019] He offered food, water, and clothing to migrants on a deadly stretch of the U.S.-Mexico border. Now he’s facing twenty years in prison. Humanitarian groups fear the situation will only get worse. Read more >

ICE Might Be Violating Federal Law By Keeping Immigrants Detained During The Shutdown

A lengthy government shutdown over border wall funding has potentially put Immigration and Customs Enforcement at risk of violating a more than 100-year-old law that could not only require the release of “non-dangerous” individuals in the agency’s custody but also stop it from continuing to arrest and detain certain people, according to former senior ICE officials and experts.
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