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U.N. Agrees on Migration Pact, but U.S. Is Conspicuously Absent

The United Nations on Friday completed an agreement on improved ways to handle the global flow of migrants — a pact particularly notable because it was boycotted by a huge and influential member, the United St Read more >

Trump Appears to Walk Back 'Zero Tolerance' Immigration Policy as Family Reunification Deadline Looms

The Trump administration on Tuesday appeared to significantly pull back from its “zero tolerance” immigration policy as it rushed to reunite families to satisfy a co Read more >

RAICES Offers $20m to Post Bonds for Separated Mothers

Today at 12 pm EST RAICES will attempt to post bonds in Washington D.C. for families separated by the Trump Administration at the border. We will host a press conference on Capitol Hill calling for all separated families to be reunited, and to demand that the administration accept our $20m bond check to enable the speedy release of the mothers of the approximate 2500 children that have been separated so these families can be reunified. Read more >

The problem is bigger than ICE

As amazing as it is to see #AbolishICE and "Abolish ICE" signs at protests -- and even to hear members of Congress echo the call -- our problem is more than abolishing this agency. Read more >

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Defeat of US Candidate to lead IOM reflects international rejection of Trump's immigration policies

Chicago—June 29, 2018—The Trump Administration’s nominee to head the International Organization for Migration (IOM) was soundly defeated today in a vote by IOM’s 171-member states. Isaacs lost in two rounds of voting for the Director General (DG) position to Antonio Vitorino, the Portuguese candidate. Read more >

Trump is Making Inroads in Reducing Legal Immigration

As the national immigration debate swirls around the effort to discourage illegal immigration by separating families at the border, the Trump administrat Read more >

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