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The New York refugee summits – what to expect Will next week’s summits be game-changing or more of the same?

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Can Donald Trump really round up and deport 11 million people?

At rallies and debates over the last year, Donald Trump has repeatedly vowed to round up and deport the estimated 11 million people in the country illegally, sometimes saying he would eject them all in two years. Read more >

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Wear your support for #4borderjustice - order Just Borders t-shirts

As you may know, NNIRR has launched Just Borders to help raise awareness about the human rights crisis at the border. Read more >

Lawsuit: Federal Government Withholding Records About Immigration Raids that Targeted Women, Children

The federal government has failed to release records under the Freedom of Information Act that would shed light on immigration raids that took more than 100 women and child Read more >

Black Lives Matter is joining the fight against deportations—and it could be a game changer

The Black Lives Matter movement this week announced it has adopted a 10-point platform that includes a call to end all deportations. It could be a game changer. Read more >

U.N. Drafts Agreement on Refugees and Migrants

More people are forcibly displaced from their homes today than at any time since the end of the Second World War. Read more >

U.S. to Admit More Central American Refugees

WASHINGTON — The White House on Tuesday announced a substantial expansion of a program to admit Central American refugees to the United States, conceding that its efforts to protect migrants fleeing dangerous conditions had left too many people with no recourse. Read more >

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Poll: US-Mexico border residents feel ignored, oppose wall

Residents along the U.S.-Mexico border are feeling ignored in the midst of a U.S. presidential election in which immigration, border security and a proposed wall are being hotly debated, a poll released Monday suggests. Read more >

Valdez: The serial killer on Arizona's border that everyone ignores

The Border Patrol reports that the total number of apprehensions of undocumented border crossers in Arizona declined from 376,302 in fiscal year 2002 to  Read more >

Immigration reformers eye Gang of 8 revival

Lindsey Graham doesn't sugarcoat his prediction: Republicans are going to get thrashed in the November election, especially among Latinos. And it’s going to trigger another run at immigration reform in Congress next year, the South Carolina senator says. Read more >

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