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Immigration arrests in L.A. spark fear, outrage, but officials say they are routine

Arrests made by federal immigration officials in Southern California this week have heightened anxiety about a promised crackdown by President Trump on people in this country illegally. Read more >

Trump travel ban hits major setback after judges uphold temporary restraining order

Donald Trump’s controversial travel ban suffered a major setback on Thursday after a panel of three judges upheld an injunction against the president’s order banning arrivals from seven Muslim-majority countries. Read more >

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Take Action - Sign the petition to END the detention of families and asylum seekers

The National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights is proud to join forces with U.S. human rights partners to urge an end to the detention of families and asylum seekers. Read more >

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Amnesty International USA, Coalition Partners Launch Campaign to Fight the Assault on Immigrant, Refugee Rights

WASHINGTON, DC – In response to President Trump’s recent executive orders on immigration and refugees, a coalition of leading human rights, civil rights, legal, and faith-based groups launched a joint initiative today Read more >

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Department of Homeland Security halts enforcement of controversial travel ban

The Department of Homeland Security said Saturday that it had suspended "any and all actions" related to President Trump's travel ban on immigrants from seven mostly Muslim countries, as well as its temporary halt on refugee resettlements. Read more >

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In letter to Congress, border officials voice concern over Trump policies

BROWNSVILLE, RGV – Border elected officials in Texas, Arizona and New Mexico have written to members of Congress to ask that they oppose President Trump’s “reckless policies” regarding the southwest border and Mexico. Read more >

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