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More than 200 Organizations Call on Congressional Leadership to Reject Funding Increases for Immigration Enforcement During Lame Duck, Cut Funding in 2019

Signers call on Congress to reject any funding deal that will allow a corrupted and abusive Department of Homeland Security to further militarize the border and harm immigrant communities. Read more >

U. S. will deploy 5,200 additional troops to the Mexican border, officials say

Senior U.S. officials said Monday that some 5,200 additional U.S. troops will deploy to the border with Mexico by the end of the week, as President Trump likened a caravan of Central American migrants who are heading north to “an invasion.” Read more >

Pentagon plans to dispatch at least 800 more troops to U.S.-Mexico border in response to migrant caravan

The Trump administration is expected to deploy additional U.S. troops to assist in security operations at the southern border in response to a caravan of Central American migrants traveling north on foot through Mexico, U.S. officials said Thursday.  Read more >

Immigration crackdown makes women afraid to testify against abusers, experts warn

CHARLOTTE — One morning last January, Maria made a call that would change her life. Read more >

ICE Is Targeting Immigrants Who Agree to Take In Migrant Children

The U.S. government does not have the resources to deport every undocumented immigrant in the United States. America only has so many deportation judges, detention beds, and ICE agents. Thus, federal authorities must set priorities for immigration enforcement. Read more >

Under Trump arrests of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record have tripled

(Aug. 13, 2018) Federal arrests of undocumented immigrants with no criminal record have more than tripled under President Donald Trump and may still be accelerating, according to an NBC News analysis of Immigration and Customs Enforcement data from his first 14 months in office. Read more >

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