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U.S. Mayors and NPNA Partners Urge USCIS to Reduce "Second Wall" of Citizenship Application Backlogs


Nearly 50 U.S. mayors and county executives delivered a letter to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Lee Francis Cissna today demanding that the agency reduce the backlog of over 753,000 pending citizenship applications and cut processing time down to six months
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Government: 463 Migrant Parents May Have Been Deported Without Their Children

The Trump administration said in a court filing Monday that 463 parents of migrant children are no longer present in the United States, indicating that the number of mothers and fathers potentially deported without their children during the “zero toler Read more >

Border Patrol's Efforts to Inform the Public About Trump's Wall Are 'Careless' and 'Inadequate,' Advocates Say

Environmental and human rights groups say the agency should send notices in Spanish and hold at least three public forums in the Rio Grande Valley.

More than 40 conservation and human rights groups are calling for increased public parti Read more >

RAICES Offers $20m to Post Bonds for Separated Mothers

Today at 12 pm EST RAICES will attempt to post bonds in Washington D.C. for families separated by the Trump Administration at the border. We will host a press conference on Capitol Hill calling for all separated families to be reunited, and to demand that the administration accept our $20m bond check to enable the speedy release of the mothers of the approximate 2500 children that have been separated so these families can be reunified. Read more >

Trump is Making Inroads in Reducing Legal Immigration

As the national immigration debate swirls around the effort to discourage illegal immigration by separating families at the border, the Trump administrat Read more >

States sue Trump administration over Family Separations

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