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Today's top immigration headlines from across the country.

English (en español al final de la página): International Business Times: Trump Immigration Policy News: Will Trump Build A Wall On The Mexico Border? President-Elect May Flip-Flop On Campaign Promise By Bobby Ilich Ozy: What’s next for the millennial who turned Nevada blue? By Taylor Mayol Reuters: New York Gives Legal Guidance to Sanctuary Cities … Continue reading »

Today's top immigration headlines from across the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Los Angeles Times: As soon as he is inaugurated, Trump will move to clamp down on immigration By Brian Bennett TPM: How Far Will He Go? The 5 Biggest Questions About Trump’s Immigration Plan By Lauren Fox Medium: What Will You Do If Donald Trump Deports Me? … Continue reading »

Today's top immigration headlines from across the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Washington Post: D.C. is a sanctuary city. Here’s what that means. By Claritza Jimenez Huffington Post: Number Of Sanctuary Congregations Doubles Since Trump’s Election By Roque Planas WNYC: City-Funded Lawyers Help More Detained Immigrants Win Cases By Beth Fertig Orlando.com: Florida officials call on GOP lawmakers to … Continue reading »

 

One of the first immigration battles of the incoming Trump administration will center on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the 1.9 million DACA-eligible young people across America who could benefit from the program, including 13,000 young people who are DACA-eligible in Ohio. DACA is an unqualified success, helping to drive economic … Continue reading »

One of the first immigration battles of the incoming Trump administration will center on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the 1.9 million DACA-eligible young people across America who could benefit from the program, including 102,000 young people who are DACA-eligible in Florida. DACA is an unqualified success, helping to drive economic … Continue reading »

One of the first immigration battles of the incoming Trump administration centers on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and the more than 750,000 young people it benefits. Despite DACA’s popularity and unqualified success, President-elect Trump, with the near-unanimous support of fellow Republicans, pledged to revoke DACA work permits and expose DREAMers to … Continue reading »