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Government must allow DACA program for 'Dreamers' to resume, judge rules
A federal judge ruled that the Trump administration's rescission of DACA program that protects hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation was not legal. It gave DHS 90 days to present better arguments before his order takes effect.
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Costa Rica, the southern route
Asylum applications have increased fivefold in Costa Rica over the last three years, due to an influx of people fleeing the Northern Triangle. The country has the most efficient legal system in the region.
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Belize is afraid
In two decades, Belize hasn’t granted a single asylum request. The government guards zealously the personal information of every Central American that has escaped violence and has requested protection in recent years. It won’t even share this information with the United Nations.
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SPECIAL REPORT: Escaping death, asylum seekers surge in Mexico
The UN Refugee Agency estimates that by the end of 2017, there will be 20,000 refugee applications in Mexico. Nine out of 10 come from three countries: Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, in that order.
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Trump complains about a "massive inflow" of immigrants to the U.S. The numbers suggest otherwise.
The number of immigrants arriving to the southern U.S. border is lower than it's been in 40 years. When compared to numbers from 2000, detentions of undocumented immigrants who entered from Mexico were down 80% in 2017.
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What is Trump's problem with Honduras?
Trump lashed out Tuesday against foreign aid for Honduras, despite its record as a U.S. ally on law enforcement and migration policy. Meanwhile, illegal crossings at the southwestern border are well down in the last year.
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After Trump decries 'caravans' in Mexico, migrants say they're just seeking safety
Nearly 1,500 Central American migrants are making the trek north to raise awareness about crime in their home countries. "This is not a wave of people who are going to try to cross the border, to jump the border fence," a spokesperson told Univision.
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Congress’ omnibus spending bill expands H-2B guest worker program
The bill doubled the number of H-2B visas for US hospitality industry to hire foreign cooks, housekeepers, and servers. The increase is good news for President Trump’s properties.
Maria Mora, an undocumented mother of 18 children in detention in Georgia.
Undocumented mother of 18 children facing deportation
María Mora's fate will be decided by a Georgia immigration judge April 10. She is hoping to gain residency as a victim of rape, and thus recover custody of 13 of her children.
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Fox News host says nation is diversifying too fast for Americans to "digest"
Tucker Carlson, who has been revered by white nationalists, said in a segment that Americans cannot handle demographic change occurring in many communities.
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Trump asked for a list of crimes committed by immigrants. So where is it?
More than a year ago, Trump ordered ICE to publish a weekly tally of crimes committed by undocumented immigrants in sanctuary cities. ICE has issued only three such lists – the last in February 2017.
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Poll: Immigration could help Democrats in November in key states
Axios poll shows that most voters in 9 states won by Trump in 2016 support DACA protections for immigrants brought to the U.S. illegally as children.
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From New York to Washington: Dreamers walk for rights of the undocumented
On the day President Trump ordered the end of the DACA program, these young people decided to pause their daily lives to take an extraordinary journey: over two weeks, they walked 250 miles from New York to Washington, D.C. to fight for their rights.
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From New York to Washington: Dreamers walk for rights of the undocumented
On the day President Trump ordered the end of the DACA program, these young people decided to pause their daily lives to take an extraordinary journey: over two weeks, they walked 250 miles from New York to Washington, D.C. to fight for their rights.
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Costly bonds: For undocumented immigrants, bail depends on a judge’s subjectivity
The difference between paying $4,000 or $28,000 to bond out of immigration detention is based almost entirely on a judge’s discretion, and those rulings often are influenced by bias or ideological leanings.