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New York Daily News
Murder trial begins for man who stoked Trump's immigration debate
New York Daily News
A man who had been deported five times before he was accused of fatally shooting a 32-year-old woman is standing trial in a case President Trump cited as a reason to create stricter U.S. immigration policies. Jose Ines Garcia Zarate's trial began ...

Murder Trial Starts For Man Who Stoked US Immigration Debate
In Homeland Security (blog)
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A Mexican national who touched off a debate on illegal immigration when he fatally shot a woman on a San Francisco pier fired the gun on purpose, a prosecutor said Monday in her opening statement at his trial. Deputy District ...



The Guardian
Dumbledore's army v the Donald: young lawyers follow professor into battle
The Guardian
Irap had several clients who were on flights when Trump issued the ban. One, Hameed Darweesh, an Iraqi national who had worked with the US army, was then held by immigration authorities in New York. “The first international flights out of JFK were ...


Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Street vendor facing deportation after Rancho Cucamonga arrest
Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
RANCHO CUCAMONGA >> Immigration advocates are concerned a mother of four is facing deportation after she was arrested for having multiple street vending citations. Marcelina Rios of Ontario was selling corn at Old Town Park Oct. 13 around 2 p.m. ...



News18
Indian Techies in US Seek Congressional Help for Green Card
News18
Every year, the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) receives about 100,000 green card applications from highly-skilled Indian applicants. However, less than 10,000 Indians receive the green card, which is a step closer to citizenship.



KTIC
Trial begins for San Francisco pier killing that provoked immigration debate
KTIC
While U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement had issued a detainer for Zarate, he was released under the city's sanctuary laws. A sanctuary city is a municipality that limits its cooperation with the federal government's efforts to enforce ...

Undermining US sovereignty over immigration
Washington Times
Ironically, however, exactly one year before that speech, the U.N. began a process to undermine U.S. sovereignty over immigration and contradict U.S. law. On Sept. 19, 2016, the U.N. General Assembly adopted the New York Declaration for Refugees and ...



U.S. News & World Report
The Latest: Father Recalls Shooting That Killed Daughter
U.S. News & World Report
A jury has been selected for the murder trial of Zarate, whose case set off a national debate over sanctuary cities and immigration during last year's presidential campaign after he was accused of shooting and killing a woman on a popular San Francisco ...


U.S. News & World Report
Politically Charged Murder Trial of Mexican Immigrant Starts in San Francisco
U.S. News & World Report
San Francisco, like other sanctuary jurisdictions, has defended its approach as making the city safer, saying its practice of not inquiring about immigration status makes immigrants, including those in the country illegally, more willing to report crimes.



The Sociable
US can now collect social media data on immigrants, citizens, and travelers
The Sociable
According to a June report in Fortune, “Border agents can't bar them [US citizens] from entering the country even if they refuse to share social media activity or other information from their phones. But they do have the power to detail Americans in ...


Fox News
Kate Steinle case that led to debate over US sanctuary cities, Trump's call for wall is under way in court
Fox News
Laura Wilkerson, whose son was killed by an illegal immigrant, discusses the highly-publicized trial. Kate Steinle's murder fueled national outrage and became a flashpoint in the divisive debate over the twin issues of illegal immigration and U.S ...


TPM
Why Was Bill Browder Blocked From Flying To The US? It's Complicated
TPM
“The only times we see things like this is when there's an irregularity,” Hanus told TPM: “previous U.S. immigration violations—when somebody stays more than the 90 day—or when there's a criminal matter.” The Chicago-born Browder, who became a ...


VICE
Trump's Feud with a Military Widow Reveals a Lot About His White House
VICE
Here is what the scandal shows us about the hivemind inside this White House: .... Borderwise is one of several burgeoning online tools offering assistance to the various communities impacted by Donald Trump's hardcore immigration policies. Others ...


NBCNews.com
Will Central Americans, Haitians 'Protected' by US Be Sent Home?
NBCNews.com
Sharon Scheidhauer, a spokesperson for U.S. Immigration and Custom Services, said in a statement to NBC News that DHS “will review conditions in each country individually to determine” what decision is warranted by the appropriate expiration date.


Facing High Legal Fees, Immigrants Are Using Web Tools to Apply for Green Cards
VICE
Peskin emphasized when we spoke that a major obstacle to becoming a permanent resident is the application process itself and not just the means, legal or otherwise, by which people arrive in the US. Immigrants who are already here may not realize that ...



Austin Chronicle
During Austin Visit, AG Jeff Sessions Rehashes Immigration Myths
Austin Chronicle
Attorney General and Keebler Elf lookalike contest winner Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III visited Austin on Friday, Oct. 20, to deliver a speech about immigration rife with mistruths and fear-mongering. Before a packed room at the U.S. Attorney's ...


NBC 7 San Diego
'I Did It': San Diego Mother Who Can't Read or Write Earns US Citizenship
NBC 7 San Diego
Escondido resident Jovita Mendez was among 700 immigrants naturalized in a U.S. citizenship ceremony in San Diego on Oct. 18 – but her struggle to get there included many hurdles. By Monica Garske ...


All the president's men and women: Trump-like leaders proliferate
USA TODAY
However, she wants to lower immigration to New Zealand. That promptedThe Wall Street Journal to tweet last month: "Meet New Zealand's Justin Trudeau (prime minister of Canada) — except she's more like Trump on immigration." Ardern said she found it ...



BuzzFeed News
So Many Father-Led Families Are Crossing The US Border That Immigration Agents Don't Have Room To Hold Them
BuzzFeed News
Garcia believes immigrants — and the smugglers paid to bring them to the US — might see this as a way to cross the border but avoid long stints in detention. As a result, groups like Annunciation House have seen a significant uptick in the number of ...

Judge Rankled by US Policy Pivot on Christian Indonesians
Courthouse News Service
BOSTON (CN) – A federal judge voiced sympathy Friday for Indonesian immigrants fighting for asylum after the U.S. government abruptly ordered them out of the country. “This is a hard case,” U.S. District Judge Patty Saris told the court. “These are ...

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