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Two More Undocumented Employees Come Forward Alleging Abuse and Mistreatment At The Trump Bedminster Golf Club

Federal and state authorities must investigate the serious allegations being made. Pending an investigation, the undocumented workers should be considered for all available legal protection under federal and state law, including U and T visas Late Friday evening the New York Times reported that two more immigrant women who worked for Trump at the Bedminster … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News December 7, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice Frank Sharry on NYT Story: Investigate Trump Organization Lawlessness and Protect the Brave Women Who Have Come Forward ICYMI: NYTimes: “Making President Trump’s Bed: A Housekeeper Without Papers” English Associated Press Pelosi takes hard line on paying for Trump’s border wall December 07, 2018 Hartsburg News Thanks to Hillary Clinton, the Democrats’ big … Continue reading »

ICYMI: A Family Braces for Dad’s Deportation

TPS Holders & Their Families Stare Down Possible Family Separation as Result of Termination of TPS In an article for WNYC, Matt Katz exposes the horrific consequences of the Trump administration’s termination of Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for hundreds of thousands of TPS holders and families across the nation. If Congress does not act to … Continue reading »

Trump’s Failed Response and Contributing Actions Have Led to a Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

There are Smart and Humane Solutions The Trump administration has expressed no qualms with spending more than $200 million to deploy the National Guard and the U.S. military to the border, where tear gas was used, even on children.  It has also used Presidential and agency resources to develop and defend an unlawful regulation to … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News December 6, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Politicus USA Trump Wants Immigrants to Pay For The Right To Apply For Asylum By LEO VIDAL December 06, 2018 Associated Press 81 Migrant Children Separated From Parents Since June December 06, 2018 New York Times Southwest Key, Leading Migrant Shelter Provider, Orders Internal Inquiry By Kim Barker, Nicholas Kulish and Rebecca R. Ruiz … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News December 5, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

America’s Voice GOP Pollster: Republicans Drowned Out Economic Message with Closing Argument Focused on Immigration and the Caravan ICYMI: “Trump’s Alienation of Younger Voters is a Generational Gamble for GOP” WaPo: “José Andrés expands his humanitarian work to the Mexican border because it’s ‘the right thing to do’” English Reuters New York D.A. Won’t Appeal … Continue reading »

80+ Members of Congress and 115+ Organizations Call on DHS Watchdog to Investigate Trump’s TPS Decisions

Delays, Misinformation, Failures to Re-designate Among Issues Today, over 80 members of the U.S. House of Representatives sent a letter to U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Acting Inspector General, John V. Kelly, requesting an immediate investigation into the various regulatory irregularities and potentially unlawful decisions stemming from DHS’s decision to terminate Temporary Protected Status … Continue reading »

Immigration Reform News December 4, 2018 / Qué Pasa En Inmigración

English Wall Street Journal Fleeing Poverty and Violence, Central American Women Explain Why They Join Caravans By Juan Montes, Nadège Mazars, Nadia Shira Cohen and Erin Siegal McIntyre December 04, 2018 New York Times With U.S. Soil Achingly Close, Decision Time for Caravan Migrants By Maya Averbuch and Kirk Semple December 03, 2018 Buzzfeed Facing … Continue reading »

Powerful New York Times Photo Essay Exposes Humanitarian Crisis at the Border

A new photo essay from Miriam Jordan and Ilana Panich-Linsman of the New York Times reveals the ongoing humanitarian crisis at our border – a crisis created by the Trump administration, and yet the President refuses to even lift a finger to resolve it. As a rainstorm wreaked havoc on the immigrants, the photos captured … Continue reading »