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Leading immigration lawyer condemns Sessions’ attack on asylum system

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Attorney generals contention that asylum system is widely abused amounts to attack on countrys core principles, says Annaluisa Padilla Attorney general Jeff Sessions latest attack on the US immigration system is an attack on core principles of who we are as a nation, according to the head of the countrys largest body of immigration lawyers. In Falls Church, Virginia, on Thursday, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), told the Guardian. Its very concerning. Sessions, who was speaking to audience of justice department lawyers, said rampant abuse and fraud was accomplished in the asylum process by people taking advantage of people fleeing [...]

Raised in America, now back in Mexico: ‘The country I loved kicked me out’

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Young Mexicans speak out about what they lost by leaving the US before Daca, what they gained, and what faces those who may now lose their protection Three years after she went back to Mexico, a country she barely knew, Maggie Loredo learned that Barack Obama had created temporary deportation relief for undocumented migrants brought to the US as children. I immediately wanted to go to the border with all of my things and go back to the US, she said. But because she had left, she did not qualify for relief from the threat of deportation under says it [...]

What is Daca and who are the Dreamers?

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With Donald Trump poised to scrap the Obama-era program for children brought to the US illegally, we explain everything you need to know about it Donald Trump has said he will announce on Tuesday whether he is scrapping a program giving work permits to people who were brought to the US illegally as children. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (Daca) but will give Congress up to six months to find a legislative alternative. But what is Daca, who are the people affected (known as Dreamers), and what will happen to them? What is Daca? Daca is a federal government program [...]

UK tourists to US may get asked to hand in passwords or be denied entry

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Although mitigation options exist, lawyers warn attempts to protect personal data may be seen as probable cause for searching British travellers to the United States face the uncomfortable choice of handing over personal information, including social media passwords and mobile phone contacts, or running the risk of being denied entry to the country, under a its general foreign travel advice page for the US, which contains no information on digital privacy at the border. The digital privacy guide continues: If a foreign visitor refuses a border agents demand to unlock their digital device, provide the device password, or provide social [...]

Are Trump’s H1-B visa reforms just a dog-whistle for his base? | Michael Paarlberg

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Trumps latest executive order cannot be taken in isolation from his broader immigration agenda, which is overwhelmingly xenophobic President Trump uses executive orders the same way he uses Twitter: a way to vaguely state broad policy intentions without actually changing policy. His Buy American, Hire American executive order, which he unveiled on Tuesday at a tool manufacturing plant in Kenosha, Wisconsin, does effectively nothing except send a signal to his nationalist base, which is precisely what it is designed to do. What the hire American part is supposed to do is order federal agencies to review and propose reforms to [...]

‘There’s a lot of fear and anxiety’: Miami’s Haitians hit by threat of deportation

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Donald Trump told Miamis Haitian community hed be their greatest champion but hes ready to pull the plug on a longstanding humanitarian program If you ask Marleine Bastien, a chill wind from the White House is fast cooling the warmth of the Haitian Heritage Month celebrations in Miamis Little Haiti neighbourhood. The party pooper, according to the executive director of the advocacy group Fanm Ayisyen Nan Miyami (Haitian Women of Miami), is Donald Trump, the man who barely eight months ago on a campaign visit here Associated Press reported that immigration officials were urgently seeking data on crimes committed by [...]

Trump immigration database exposes crime victims’ personal info, lawyers say

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Database tracking status of migrants who committed crimes also includes those who are crime victims, putting them at risk of further violence and violating laws A new US immigration database has exposed the personal information of crime victims, putting them at risk of further violence and violating federal laws designed to conceal the identities of abuse survivors, according to a coalition of attorneys. The online database recently fears of mass deportation and raids have pushed undocumented immigrants further underground, with increasing reports of immigrants refusing to cooperate with law enforcement orcrack down on immigrants, including the rollout of a new [...]

Ice agents are out of control. And they are only getting worse | Trevor Timm

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The agency is so harmful to civil rights, theres a good argument it should be disbanded altogether. Unfortunately they are only becoming more emboldened With arrests of non-violent undocumented immigrants exploding across the country, its almost as if Immigration and Customs Enforcement (Ice) agents are having an internal contest to see who can participate in the most cruel and inhumane arrest possible. The agency, emboldened by Trumps xenophobic rhetoric, is out of control and Congress is doing little to stop them. Last week, Ice agents has arrested undocumented immigrants showing up for scheduled green card appointments at a US Citizenship [...]

Can you pass the US citizenship test?

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The national success rate getting six of these 10 questions right is 91%. How will you do? Anyone hoping to become a naturalized US citizen must pass a civics test that assesses their knowledge of US history and government. To pass, applicants need to get at least six of 10 questions right. Most people pass: as of September 2016 (the latest figures available) the national success rate was 91%. Think you can, too? Take our test below. What is the name of the Speaker of the House of Representatives now? Jared Kushner Ben Carson Paul D. Ryan Sean Spicer Which [...]
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