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Trump administration planning to put up billboards of immigration violators ahead of election

The Trump administration is considering putting up billboards of immigration violators, an unprecedented move  Read more >

Trump vs. Biden race to dictate fate of U.S. immigration for years to come

The 2020 presidential election will pit two drastically different visions on immigration against each other, with the victor retaining or assuming broad executive authorities that have dominated policy-maki Read more >

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A Congressional Oversight Committee Found That ICE Detainees Died After Receiving Poor Medical Care

“While the medical examiner ruled the cause of death ‘undetermined,’ the complete lack of medical leadership, supervision and care that this detainee was exposed to is simply astonishing," the report states. Read more >

The Private Georgia Immigration-Detention Facility at the Center of a Whistle-Blower’s Complaint

In mid-April, a grainy cell-phone video&nb Read more >

Indigenous activists arrested and held incommunicado following border wall protest

Two O’odham women arrested at the borde Read more >

Ice detainees faced medical neglect and hysterectomies, whistleblower alleges

Nurse Dawn Wooten says she was demoted and reprimanded when she spoke out about practices at Georgia detention center Read more >

Court Rules Government Can End Humanitarian Protections For Some 300,000 Immigrants

A federal appeals court panel ruled on Monday that the Trump administration can end humanitarian protections for some 300,000 immigrants living in the United States, clearing the way for their potential deportation starting next year. Read more >

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Pandemic, Wildfires & Heat Wave: Undocumented Farmworkers Face “Triple Threat” as West Coast Burns

As devastating fires burn across the West Coast, some of the most vulnerable people are farmworkers — many of whom are undocumented. Despite the risks of the pandemic and the climate-fueled fires, many feel they have to keep working even if that means working inside evacuation zones. The state of California has repeatedly allowed growers to continue harvesting despite evacuation orders putting workers at great risk. Read more >