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[13 Janeiro 2018 | No Comment | ]
200,000 Salvadorans may be forced to leave the U.S. as Trump ends immigration protection

By Nick Miroff and David Nakamura
Janeiro 8, 2018
Courtesy of The Washington Post
The Trump administration announced Monday that it will terminate the provisional residency permits of about 200,000 Salvadorans who have lived in the country since at least 2001, leaving them to face deportation.

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[13 Janeiro 2018 | No Comment | ]
Is Trump solving the immigration court backlog or is he funding it?

by Massoud Hayoun
Janeiro 11, 2018
Courtesy of Pacific Standard
The Trump administration may soon add hundreds of thousands of new immigration court cases to an already massive—and rapidly growing—backlog, as a key corner of the legal system in the United States slows to a standstill and asylum seekers suffer unprecedented wait times. The administration has promised to take sweeping measures to slash the backlog, but some legal analysts are skeptical of the administration’s actual goal, questioning whether the administration might be clogging the system to fulfill pledges to its anti-immigrant base.

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[13 Janeiro 2018 | No Comment | ]
A prominent immigrant advocate has been detained by immigration agents in New York City

By Tiziana Rinaldi
Janeiro 11, 2018
Courtesy of PRI

Under a cloudy sky, Ravi Ragbir quietly reported for his scheduled check-in with immigration authorities at 26 Federal Plaza in lower Manhattan on Thursday morning. It is the same office where he has attended each of his routine meetings for years.

Today, embora, Ragbir didn’t walk out.

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[13 Janeiro 2018 | No Comment | ]
Dreamers pin hopes on an immigration fix

by Paola Chavez & Arlette Saenz

Janeiro 12, 2018
Courtesy of ABC News

For months, the futures of thousands of young immigrants illegally brought to the country as children have hung in the balance as pundits, politicians, judges and journalists have debated their fates.

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[13 Janeiro 2018 | No Comment | ]
Dreamers win in court, but until Congress acts, their futures are as uncertain as ever

by Aída Chávez
Janeiro 10, 2018
Courtesy of The Intercept
A court ruling late Tuesday night stalling President Donald Trump’s decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program appeared to be good news for the young immigrants known as Dreamers, who face deportation if the policy is terminated. But the decision is limited, and congressional negotiations to find a permanent solution for DACA are a mess.

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[12 Dezembro 2017 | No Comment | ]
Complaint Documents 15 Cases of Family Separation at the Border

Dezembro 12, 2017
The American Immigration Council, in collaboration with the Women’s Refugee Commission (WRC), the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association (AILA), and others filed a complaint with the Office for Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (CRCL) and Office of the Inspector General (OIG) on behalf of numerous families – most, if not all, who fled to the United States seeking humanitarian relief – who were separated at the U.S.-Mexico border. The complaint lifts up the cases of fifteen individuals – including toddlers – who were separated from their family members shortly

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[18 Novembro 2017 | No Comment | ]

By Kimberly Yam
Novembro 17, 2017
Courtesy of

For immigrants, the road to U.S. citizenship has always been a long and difficult one. But things could be getting worse.

The average processing time for naturalization applications has almost doubled, from about five months in early 2016 to an average of almost nine months today, according to a report from the National Partnership With New Americans.

The wait has undermined people’s access to critical rights, John C. Yang, president and executive director of nonprofit Asian Americans Advancing Justice | AAJC, told HuffPost in an email.

Many of these individuals …

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[17 Novembro 2017 | No Comment | ]
Feds Threaten Jackson Funds Over Immigration ‘Sanctuary’ Policy

By Arielle Dreher
Novembro 16, 2017
Courtesy of The Jackson Free Press
O U.S. Department of Justice does not know the City of Jackson has a new mayor. In a letter addressed to Mayor Tony Yarber but dated Nov. 15, 2017, Acting Assistant Attorney General Alan Hanson asked the City of Jackson to review itssanctuary cityordinance in order to receive federal funds from the Office of Justice Programs going forward.

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[17 Novembro 2017 | No Comment | ]
MIRA and Jackson officials respond to DOJ immigration laws accusation

By Roslyn Anderson
Novembro 16, 2017
Courtesy of Msnewsnow
The Capital City is in hot water with the U.S. Justice Department over federal immigration laws. Jackson received a letter demanding compliance, accusing them of immigration rule violations.
It is one of 29 jurisdictions being given just over two weeks to comply with immigration rules.
Thursday the Mississippi Immigrants Rights Alliance held a news conference responding to the Justice Department demands.
“Not only is it an overt attack on immigrants but it is a covert attack on the City of Jackson, said MIRA Executive Director Bill Chandler.

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[16 Novembro 2017 | No Comment | ]
Lumumba issues statement on sanctuary city policy letter sent by DOJ

By Donesha Aldridge
Novembro 16, 2017
Courtesy WJTV
Jackson Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba issued a statement Thursday about the letter sent to Jackson and dozens of other cities about information sharing related to immigration enforcement.