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  1. New US rules to deny green cards to many legal immigrants  INQUIRER.net
  2. Trump’s Policy Could Alter the Face of the American Immigrant  The New York Times
  3. Trump's New Immigration Policy Could Make American Children Less Healthy  BuzzFeed News
  4. U.S. immigration chief Ken Cuccinelli claims Statue of Liberty poem is about 'people coming from Europe'  The Week
  5. Statue of Liberty shown cuffed and arrested by immigration officials in new mural  The Guardian
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In latest crackdown, new policy makes it easier to deny work permits to immigrants  Miami Herald

New Trump administration policy makes it harder for foreign nationals paroled in the United States to get employment authorization. The guidance gives ...


Immigration: Baby girl in critical condition after illegal border crossing in Texas  USA TODAY

A 6-month-old girl is in critical condition after being detained along with a group of 21 migrants along the southern border, according to a statement released ...


Undocumented immigrants on edge as new Trump immigration policy calls for more deportations  USA TODAY

Aaron Hall, an immigration attorney in Aurora, Colorado, is still trying to figure out what exactly to tell his clients about a new Trump administration policy that ...


Stephen L. Carter: U.S. immigration policy was cruel long before Trump  Tulsa World

For almost two centuries, an immigration rule has been arbitrarily used keep immigrants out based on predictions of wealth, including Jews escaping Nazis in ...


Hotline for detained migrants featured on Orange is the New Black shut down  The Guardian

US Immigration and Customs Enforcement shut down hotline that connected detained migrants to an advocacy group.


Trump administration to allow longer detention of migrant families  CNN

The Trump administration on Wednesday announced a proposal to detain undocumented families together indefinitely, replacing the agreement that set a ...


Trump Policy Favors Wealthier Immigrants for Green Cards  The New York Times

Legal immigrants who rely on programs like food stamps and subsidized housing will find it harder to become permanent residents under a new administration ...


New rule gives Trump administration more discretion to change asylum law  Washington Post

The Trump administration on Friday issued a new rule that gives more power to the director of the agency that oversees the nation's immigration courts, a move ...


Trump Wants to Abolish Birthright Citizenship. Can He Do That?  The New York Times

The president reasserted his wish to do away with automatic citizenship for anyone born in the United States. Here is what he, legal experts and the Constitution ...


Google the latest company to face worker revolt over immigration policy  The Guardian

Employees urged the tech giant not to work with US agencies involved with the separation and detention of immigrants.


A popular immigration bill is bad news for US esports  Engadget

"What makes me nervous is the fact that it just sailed through the House." Genie Doi is an immigration lawyer with Electronic Sports and Gaming Law, an esports.


The History Of 'Public Charge' Requirements In U.S. Immigration Law  NPR

NPR's Mary Louise Kelly looks at the history of the "public charge" requirement in U.S. immigration law with Kunal Parker, historian at the University of Miami ...


ICE raids: Mississippi raids reveal key flaw in US immigration laws  Vox.com

A Mississippi community is reeling from the aftermath of one of the largest worksite immigration raids in history. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) ...


Opinion | Would my grandparents have made it to the U.S. under Trump's immigration policy?  Crosscut

New visa and green card rules proposed by the Trump administration threaten the core of who we are. by. Knute Berger. / August 21, 2019. Historic family ...


U.S. Immigration Policy Was Cruel Long Before Trump  Bloomberg

The U.S. has a long, cruel history of excluding the poor, and even people who only might become poor.


56,000 cases put on fast-track in US immigration courts  PBS NewsHour

A Trump administration pilot program in 10 cities from Baltimore to Los Angeles aimed at fast-tracking court hearings to discourage migrants from making the ...


US immigration and families: A tale from the Holocaust era  The Christian Science Monitor

Nobody Wants Us,” a documentary about an immigration ordeal in 1940, provides food for thought amid current tensions at the U.S. border with Mexico.


Remain in Mexico: Immigration courts are fast-tracking hearings for controversial Trump border policy  CBS News

Washington — Immigration courts along the U.S.-Mexico border are postponing certain cases to accommodate and fast-track hearings for asylum seekers ...


Six ways Trump’s new ‘public benefits’ immigration policies could hurt children and schools  Washington Post

The administration recently announced it was going to change the criteria for extending green cards and visas to immigrants, to favor the wealthy.


Judge hurries U.S. naturalization as pregnant woman gets contractions  Reuters

A judge in California had to speed up the naturalization of a pregnant immigrant on Thursday when the woman, anxious to become a U.S. citizen because of ...


Jewish groups speaking out against Trump immigration policy  ABC News

From fiery protests outside detention centers in Texas, New Jersey and Rhode Island to a sit-in that blockaded an Amazon store in New York, a fledgling ...


More than 1,000 Google employees implore leaders to stop working with U.S. border and immigration agencies  CNBC

More than 1,000 Google employees have signed a petition as of Monday asking company leaders to declare they won't work with U.S. immigration and border ...


Public Charge Rule Is Trump's Latest Attack on Immigrants  Common Dreams

Two weeks ago, a 21-year-old white man from Dallas drove 10 hours to El Paso, Texas — a city where a majority of families have Mexican roots — and shot and ...


She waited 17 years to become a citizen. Labor contractions weren’t going to get in her way.  The Washington Post

She was minutes away from becoming a citizen after 17 years in the United States, and she was not about to let a little thing like labor contractions get in her way ...


Illegal immigrants have rights. Shaping American democracy isn’t one of them.  The Washington Post

An Alabama lawsuit about apportioning congressional seats has a point.


Kids left without either parent at home for 8 days after Mississippi ICE raid  ABC News

U.S. immigration authorities took eight days before they realized they had detained both parents of two children in Mississippi earlier this month when it ...


Letters: Red flag laws make sense; It’s all about how U.S. immigration laws are enforced; Pass the Dreamer’s act (8/20/19)  The Denver Post

Red flag laws make sense. The disconnect in logic confounds me. If, as some people claim, the problem is not with guns but with mental illness, why are many of ...


Changes to US immigration policy may affect hundreds of thousands  Real Change News

The Trump administration announced sweeping changes to immigration policy that could force hundreds of thousands of people to forgo necessities like food ...


Palantir Renews U.S. Immigration Contract Despite Protests  Bloomberg

Palantir Technologies Inc. agreed to extend a contract to provide U.S. immigration authorities with data-mining software, dismissing concerns from activists who ...


Employees urge Google not to work with U.S. immigration agencies  PBS NewsHour

More than 800 Google employees have signed the petition calling on the company to pledge it won't work with U.S. Customs and Border Protection or ...


Trump Administration Revives Clause That Kept Nazi-Era Refugees From the US  Truthout

In the 1930s, the public charge clause was used to deny hundreds of thousands of Jewish refugees entry to the U.S..


18 attorneys general support challenge of Trump rule expanding rapid deportations  NBC News

A group of 18 attorneys general supported a challenge to a Trump administration rule that broadly expands its ability to quickly deport undocumented ...


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