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Justice Dept. to halt legal-advice program for immigrants in detention

The U.S. immigration courts will temporarily halt a program that offers legal assistance to detained foreign nationals facing deportation while it audits the program’s cost-effectiveness, a federal official said Tuesday. Read more >

The Census Will Add a Citizenship Question. What Happens Next?

The 2020 Census will include a controversial question about citizenship, an addition that has sparked fears of a widespread undercount among communities that are already difficult to reach. Wilbur Ross, the secretary for the U.S. Department of Commerce, announced the decision in a memo to the Department of Justice, which requested the question in December. Read more >

Dem leaders pull back from hard-line immigration demand

Democratic leaders are backing off of their demand that "Dreamer" protections be a part of the 2018 budget negotiations.  Read more >

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See The 20+ Immigration Activists Arrested Under Trump

Is the Trump administration retaliating against activists that criticize its harsh immigration policies? Read more >

White House chief of staff John Kelly: Some immigrants 'too afraid' or 'too lazy' to sign up for DACA

WASHINGTON — Some immigrants may have been "too afraid" or "too lazy" to sign up for the Obama-era program that offered protect Read more >

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Polls show Americans are closer to Democrats than Donald Trump on immigration

President Trump has proposed what he calls a  Read more >

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Immigration’s Border-Enforcement Myth

Congress has about another month before Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the Obama-era p Read more >

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The 4 Most Shocking Proposals in the White House Immigration Plan

Trump’s proposed DACA deal attacks bedrock principles of the immigration system.
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