Interview with the Executive Director of Inland Coalition

Interview with the Executive Director of Inland Coalition

In the summer 2019, Blanca Ramirez, Ph.D. candidate in Sociology, interviewed Javier Hernandez, Executive Director of Inland Coalition for Immigrant Justice, about the organization’s work in welcoming new refugees from Latin America. The following are excerpts from...
Longer detention could cause lasting harm to migrant children

Longer detention could cause lasting harm to migrant children

This week, the Trump administration announced a new regulation that would allow it to detain migrant families who have crossed the U.S. border illegally for an indefinite period of time. The new rule aims to replace the Flores agreement, a 1997 court settlement which...
Federal judge restores block on new asylum policy

Federal judge restores block on new asylum policy

A federal judge on Monday issued a nationwide order barring the Trump administration from denying asylum to migrants crossing the border unless they have already tried and failed to obtain asylum in another country along the way, an asylum policy that would...
The “Public Charge” rule and how to prepare for it

The “Public Charge” rule and how to prepare for it

Despite widespread opposition, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today released its final version of the public charge rule, a sweeping regulation that aims to restrict legal immigration. Once in effect, the new policy could impact more than 1 million...

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