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Major Impact Seen from Mayor’s Carve-Out of Deportation Defense Program

When families are brought into the court-room at Varick Street Immigration Court, they see their loved ones seated side-by-side on a bench with other detainees, clad in orange jumpsuits, hands shackled. Read more >

Trump’s Immigration Pick Attacked Obama Programs in Ghost-Written Senate Letters

Lee Francis Cissna, President Trump’s nominee to head the federal agency that handles applications for visas, refugee status and citizenship, has put little on the public record in Read more >

Months after deportation, they do what the Mexican government will not

The sliding doors opened, and suddenly Roger Perez was back in Mexico.

Spanish boomed over the airport loudspeaker, and men swaggered past in dusty boots and cowboy hats. Read more >

Seeking a Home in Nogales

If we look at it from the legal perspective, living here is a crime,” explained Susana Salazar, gazing out over snaking dirt roads, powerlines, and the patchwork of improvised homes that over 10,000 families call home. Read more >

For Struggling Families in San Ysidro, Immigration Status and Housing Work Against Each Other

San Ysidro, a community perched on the U.S.-Mexico border, attracts people who are often in flux. Read more >

Anniversaries: Chinese Exclusion Act, Employer Sanctions & More

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