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PHOTOS: One Year Since Remain in Mexico: Immigration Advocates Fight to #RestoreAsylumNow

One year after the Trump Administration implemented the Remain in Mexico (MPP) policy, immigrants and immigration advocates across the country called for a restoration of the U.S. asylum system.  The Remain in Mexico policy, also known as Migrant Protections Protocols (MPP) was created by the Trump Administration as an effort to keep out migrants seeking … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 29, 2020 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice PHOTOS: One Year Since Remain in Mexico: Immigration Advocates Fight to #RestoreAsylumNow English KXAN Visa restrictions on ‘birthing tourism’ could hurt border economy By Julian Resendiz January 28, 2020 Associated Press Activist Visits to Mexico’s Migrant Centers Up in Air January 28, 2020 CNN Cuban man’s death marks sixth in ICE custody since … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 28, 2020 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice ICYMI: “T.P.S. was meant to protect immigrants from global danger zones. Now thousands may face deportation” Frank Sharry Connects the Dots on the Barrage of Trump’s Attacks on Immigrants and Refugees English BuzzFeed The Supreme Court Is Allowing The Trump Administration To Deny Green Cards To Immigrants Who Might Use Public Benefits By … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 27, 2020 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Supreme Court Blesses Administration’s Systemic Ban on Working Class Immigrants When the truth no longer matters, with Trump in power Experts Discuss Ramifications Following Trump’s Travel Ban Against Women of Child-bearing Age MPP at 1-Year: Our Vision of “Success” Doesn’t Include 816 Cases of Murder, Rape, Kidnapping, and Violent Assaults After ICE Director … Continue reading »

Immigration 101: What is “Public Charge” and What Changes is the Trump Administration is Proposing?

Originally published October 17, 2018 The Trump Administration is seeking to dramatically limit the ability of working-class immigrants to enter the U.S. and hamper their ability to remain, by making it easier to bar immigrants from the U.S. if they are likely to need help. The proposed “public charge” change could prohibit immigrants from obtaining … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 24, 2020 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Huir de la desesperanza y llegar a la frontera del rechazo Advocates Condemn Trump Administration’s Travel Ban Against Women of Child-bearing Age Nine Separated Families Reunited, Finally — A Rare Dose of Good News Amidst Ongoing Traumas of Trump’s Family Separation English Vox The Trump administration’s new “birth tourism” policy, explained By Anna … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 23, 2020 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Philadelphia Inquirer (Pennsylvania) After a record 210 days, a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl can leave Pa. immigrant detention center, but her dad can’t By Jeff Gammage January 23, 2020 Associated Press US to Impose Visas Restrictions for Pregnant Women January 22, 2020 Associated Press US Bars Iranian Investors From Certain Types of Visas January 22, … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 22, 2020/ Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice ICYMI: Texas Observer “ICE Quietly Lowers (Already Low) Standards at Some Immigrant Detention Facilities” English Associated Press Mexico Begins Flying, Busing Migrants Back to Honduras January 21, 2020 Reuters Mexico Halts Migrant Caravan, Deports Hundreds to Honduras By Lizbeth Diaz, Julia Love, Abraham Gonzalez, and Anthony Esposito January 21, 2020 CNN Migrants clash … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News January 21, 2020 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Extending & Not Redesignating TPS for Somalia Offers Brief Reprieve for Some While Abandoning Others ICYMI: New Yorker on “Fight to Save an Innocent Refugee from Almost Certain Death” Trump Installs Self-Congratulatory Plaque Commemorating 100 Miles of Border Wall Construction English The New York Times Mexico Blocks Hundreds of Migrants From Crossing Border … Continue reading »

2020 Elections: Here Are the Democratic Candidates’ Immigration Plans

First published June 13, 2019; last updated January 16, 2020 The 2020 Democratic primary has in general not been marked by major policy differences, and immigration is no exception. On immigration, the candidates’ plans are in near-consensus, with differences found only in degree and emphasis. Each plan recognizes the urgent need to create a pathway … Continue reading »