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Supreme Court Deadlocks On Immigration, Leaving Obama’s Deportation Relief Plan In Limbo

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court couldn’t reach a majority for or against President Barack Obama’s plan to defer deportation for millions  Thursday, effectively leaving his executive actions on hold and undocumented immigrants in limbo. Read more >

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How the Supreme Court May Change the Future of Undocumented Immigration in the United States v Texas

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The disastrous, forgotten 1996 law that created today's immigration problem

The immigration reform Hillary Clinton wants could be limited — or even undermined — by a law her husband signed.
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Time for CBP to hold its agents accountable

For almost six years, the Hernandez Rojas family has asked our government to provide them with vindication and justice for the preventable death of Anastasio Hernandez Rojas. Read more >

Dem lawmakers back brief supporting Obama's immigration action

Democratic lawmakers are again marshaling overwhelming support for President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration, whose future now hangs in the balance at the Supreme Court. Read more >

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End violence against all women, regardless of migration status

NNIRR is proud to share this statement from our international alliance, the Women and Global Migration Working Group Read more >

More Latinos Seek Citizenship to Vote Against Trump

DENVER — Donald J. Read more >

Supreme Court sets April hearing for immigration case

The Supreme Court has set a date for oral arguments in a case challenging President Obama’s executive actions on immigration.

The case, United States v. Texas, will be argued on April 18, a Monday. Read more >

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Gaza is laboratory for US-Mexico border tunnel warfare

(Feb. 17, 2016) No longer content with suffocating Gaza by air, land and sea, Israel is expanding its blockade below ground with a new tunnel warfare system. Read more >

Editorial: Pope Francis at the Border

Pope Francis’ trip to  Read more >