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Immigration Reform News September 19, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice ICYMI: “Chicken plants lured them. Feds jailed them. How Mississippi’s immigration crisis unfolded” Stark Contrast on Display: Trump’s False Border Triumphalism vs. Real Lives Endangered By “Return to Mexico” and Sham Asylum Process ICYMI: Nepali TPS Holder Discusses Her Life in America While Fighting to Maintain Her Immigration Status English Daily Beast This … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 18, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice ICYMI: Ronald Brownstein: “Why race is moving center stage for 2020” “Kangaroo” Tent Courts the Final Step In a Sham Asylum Process with a Mounting Human Toll ICYMI: Fabiola Santiago: “This former Cuban political prisoner, 82, has been denied U.S. citizenship. Shameful” English Breitbart Progressives Attack ‘Remain in Mexico’ Program for Migrants By … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 17, 2019/ Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice ICYMI: Congressional Black Caucus Chair Slams Trump Administration for Refusing to Grant Temporary Protected Status to the Bahamas A Sham Process Designed to Fail and Endanger Lives – The Consequences of the Trump’s “Kangaroo” Tent Courts and “Remain in Mexico” Policies English Associated Press Tent Courts Hearings Underway for Migrants Waiting in Mexico … Continue reading »

Immigration 101: Who is Ken Cuccinelli, Acting Director of USCIS

Originally published June 7, 2019; last updated September 18, 2019 Ken Cuccinelli is a former Virginia attorney general and the current Acting Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). He is an anti-immigrant extremist who is prone to dangerous and disgusting rhetoric immigrants. He once compared immigration to pest control, saying that Washington, D.C.’s … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 16, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Will the Democrats realize what is at stake in 2020? ¿Sabrán los demócratas lo que está en juego en 2020? ICYMI: U.S. Reps to Donald Trump: Appoint National Security Adviser Who Will Grant Temporary Protected Status to Venezuelans Editorial Boards and Opinion Voices Highlight Trump’s Cruel and Counterproductive Immigration Policies English The Hill … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 13, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Before the invisible wall of racism ICYMI: Facing Work Disruptions, TPS Holders’ Futures Remain in Flux as Consequences of Trump’s Mass Deportation Policies Take Hold Ante la muralla invisible del racismo English Elite Daily Bahamian Evacuees Are Being Denied Temporary Protection By The Trump Administration By Shelby Black September 12, 2019 El Semanario … Continue reading »

Immigration Twitter Responds to SCOTUS’ Surprise Decision to Allow Trump Asylum Ban

In a surprise decision yesterday, the Supreme Court ruled that the Trump Administration’s asylum ban can proceed for now, while the legal fight plays out in courts. Contrary to the U.S.’ obligations under domestic and international law, border officials can now deny applications from migrants who have traveled through other countries on their way to … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 12, 2019/ Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Has the U.S. Supreme Court Become the Trump Court on Immigration?  Trump Administration Denies Bahamian TPS as U.S. is Confronted with Ongoing Death and Destruction Reaction to The Supreme Court’s Ban on Asylum Full Frontal with Samantha Bee Highlights Trump’s Abuse of Undocumented Workers Decision Enabling Trump’s Asylum Crackdown Sends Ominous Message About … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 11, 2019 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Associated Press Tent courts set to open on border for US asylum seekers By Cedar Attanasio September 10, 2019 Reuters Hasty rollout of Trump immigration policy has ‘broken’ border courts By Mica Rosenberg, Kristina Cooke and Reade Levinson September 10, 2019 The New York Times Trump’s Refugee Cuts Threaten Deep Consequences at Home and … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News September 10, 2019/ Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Immigration Experts On “Remain to Mexico” Policy’s Devastating Effects on Border ICYMI: Pollster Stan Greenberg on Why Trump’s Xenophobia May Backfire Again in 2020 Steph Solis: Consequences of Unlawful TPS Terminations Take Shape as Lives and Families Remain in Limbo Pili Tobar on August Border Apprehension Numbers: “No Successes Associated with Trump’s Assault … Continue reading »