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Federal Judge ruled for Asylum-seekers to get attorney access

A federal judge has ruled that a Guatemalan family seeking asylum in the United States must be granted attorney access before being forced to wait in Mexico as their case winds through U.S. immigration court. By Elliot Spagat District Judge Dana Sabraw’s temporary...

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ICE ignores California’s ban on Private Detention Centers

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) posted a request for new private migrant detention centers in California, a mere five days after Governor Gavin Newsom signed a bill effectively banning such detention facilities.  By Emerald Pellot California is the first...

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Photojournalist documents migrant journey

Photojournalist Lisette Poole's new book of photographs was born out of a simple observation: Cuba was in the middle of a mass exodus, and it seemed to her that no one in Havana could keep their minds off it. La paloma y la ley — which translates to "The dove and the...

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Implications of Immigration Detention among Women

Immigration detention is dangerous for the health and rights of women and girls. Detention facilities fail to provide adequate women’s health care or enforce acceptable standards of care. Moreover, they routinely inflict abuse and neglect that further damage the...

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Immigration agents now have access to classified information

The Trump administration is creating a center that will give immigration agents access to information from U.S. intelligence agencies. Migrants and others denied entry will be unable to see the evidence against them because it is classified. By Melissa del Bosque...

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Nov 7. Press call on the Supreme Court DACA case

Washington, D.C. — As the U.S. Supreme Court considers the legality of the Trump administration’s termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) initiative, the Center for American Progress and Cities for Action are hosting a press call on Thursday,...

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Listen: Children of Immigrants and the American Dream

The U.S. started experiencing large waves of immigration from the 19th century. Historically, immigrants have faced a lot of barriers. From a language barrier, lack of a social structure, various working restrictions, abuses, and more, the American Dream for...

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Family-based Immigration by Boundless

Boundless Immigration, a technology firm that helps immigrants navigate the green card and naturalization processes released a new report profiling family-based immigrants. The analysis also demonstrates how President Donald Trump’s plan to curtail family-based...

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Spike in border apprehensions reach record highs

Arrests of migrant families and unaccompanied children at the southern border reached record highs over the past year, driven by a surge in asylum seekers, acting Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan announced Tuesday. The figures provided showed the...

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Lawmakers strike deal for undocumented immigrant farmworkers

Lawmakers have struck a deal that would give legal status to hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrant farmworkers in exchange for stronger employee verification in the agricultural sector, a bipartisan group will announce Wednesday. By Tal Kopan The deal could...

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Wildfires in California pause immigration enforcement

Evacuations and rescue efforts are in full force as California faces several wildfires burning throughout the state. The Department of Homeland Security is now stepping in to ensure relief efforts are extended to all state residents, including those living in the...

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Asylum requests doubled in Canada in two years

Nearly 50,000 asylum seekers entered Canada irregularly via land crossing from the United States over a two-year period beginning in spring 2017—contributing to a doubling in the overall number of asylum requests seen in 2016. By Craig Damian Smith Most make their way...

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Bay Area Mother released after months in ICE Detention

A San Bruno mother kept in ICE detention and denied bail for several months, even after winning her asylum case this spring, was freed Wednesday — though her case remains in limbo. Aida Andrade Amaya left the Yuba County Jail on $3,000 bond. Her lawyer, Jehan Laner...

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Celebration of Indigenous Day builds community

The Indigenous Day event in the Los Medanos College Indoor Quad was a success. The event took place on Tuesday Oct. 15, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and featured various booths with food and free information. The event turnout was high, as students came looking for...

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