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Immigration News

Leaked Photos Reveal Inhumane Conditions in Border Processing Centers

On January 20, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Migrants from Colombia wait to be processed after turning themselves over to authorities at the United States and Mexico border MaRead more

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U.S. Citizen Sues Pierce County for Unlawfully Detaining Him and Violating Constitutional Rights and State Law

On January 14, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Seattle, WA – Carlos Rios, a United States citizen, filed a complaint in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of WashiRead more

Seattle, WA – Carlos Rios, a United StatRead More

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 155

On January 13, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 155 (Highlights) The Biden Administration is on the Wrong Side in This Crucial Supreme Court IRead more

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The Biden Administration is on the Wrong Side in This Crucial Supreme Court Immigration Case

On January 13, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

President Joe Biden arrives to JFK airport to survey damage by hurricane Ida. – New York, NY – September 7, 2021 (ShutRead more

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Concerns Grow Over Denials of Afghan Humanitarian Parole Requests

On January 7, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

An Afghan family walking to their home where is a traditional Afghan village. – Sheberghan, Afghanistan – 5 May 2019 (ShutterstockRead more

An Afghan family walking to their home wRead More

Substance Abuse, Criminal Charges, and Death: National Guard Border Deployments Plagued by Problems

On January 5, 2022Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, Immigration Impact National Guard troops deployed to the U.S.-Mexico border face a grim reality, with tRead more

By Aaron Reichlin-Melnick, Immigration IRead More

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 154

On December 30, 2021Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 154 (Highlights) City Announces $1.5 Million in Funding to Help Newly Arrived Haitian New YorkRead more

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Haitian Asylum Seekers File Class Action Suit Against U.S. Government

On December 27, 2021Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

Haitian migrant families wait in front of the Mexican Commission for Refugee Assistance to request refuge in Mexico. – Mexico CityRead more

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DHS to Close Some Gaps in Border Wall in Ongoing Effort to Clean Up Trump-era Projects

On December 21, 2021Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

By Priscilla Alvarez, CNN The Department of Homeland Security plans to close small gaps in the border wall, make adjustments to prRead more

By Priscilla Alvarez, CNN The DepartmentRead More

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 153

On December 17, 2021Source: New York Immigration Lawyer

The Immigrants Journal – Vol. 153 (Highlights) Inclusive Voting Rights for New York City Noncitizens AG James Fights to ProtRead more

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