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Trump Administration Misses the First Deadline to Reunite Children With Parents

Trump Administration Misses the First Deadline to Reunite Children With Parents

After being order last month by a federal judge to reunite the thousands of children it had separated from their parents under the “zero tolerance” policy, the Trump administration said it would not meet the first court-mandated deadline to reunite all children under the age of  five. This admission coincided with a separate federal ruling […]

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Homeland Security Extends TPS for Yemen for 18 Months

Written by on July 5, 2018 in Temporary Protected Status with 0 Comments
Homeland Security Extends TPS for Yemen for 18 Months

The Yemeni community in the United States received word today that Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Yemen will be extended through March 3, 2020.  Approximately 1,250 Yemeni TPS will now be able to renew their status to avoid being returned to what the United Nations Secretary-General has labeled “the world’s worst humanitarian crisis.”

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Nationwide Immigration Rallies Send A Strong Message: All Families Belong Together

Nationwide Immigration Rallies Send A Strong Message: All Families Belong Together

Hundreds of thousands of marchers gathered on June 30, 2018 to protest the Trump’s administration policy of family separation. Activists organized nearly 800 marches in all 50 states, from major traditional immigrant gateways such as New York and California to newer receiving communities in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, and North Carolina. The focus was the administration’s […]

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The American Public Deserves to Know the Truth About Family Separation

The American Public Deserves to Know the Truth About Family Separation

The forced separation of children from their parents by U.S. government officials has created a human rights disaster. Children—some just a few months old—continue to be housed in tent cities, shelters, and foster care while their parents desperately await word of their children’s whereabouts. In some cases, parents are deported without their children. Recent days […]

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America Is Building Detention Camps for Immigrant Families in 2018

America Is Building Detention Camps for Immigrant Families in 2018

After an unprecedented public outcry last week, President Trump signed an executive order signaling an end to the government’s horrific practice of separating immigrant children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border. While the government-sanctioned separations appear to have stopped—at least for now—the Trump administration now appears to be planning a massive increase in family […]

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Business Leaders Rebuke the Government’s Family Separation and Imprisonment Policies

Written by on June 22, 2018 in Asylum, Border Enforcement, Detention, Enforcement with 0 Comments
Business Leaders Rebuke the Government’s Family Separation and Imprisonment Policies

Criticism continues to mount for the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy and practice of separating and imprisoning migrant families along the U.S.-Mexico border. While the administration clumsily shifts its narrative around the policy, business leaders took action against what Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi‏ called an “immoral” and “unfathomable” practice. Khosrowshahi, who is himself a refugee from […]

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Here Is the Latest on President Trump’s Family Separation Policy

Here Is the Latest on President Trump’s Family Separation Policy

President Trump signed an executive order on Wednesday in response to public outcry about family separation – a horrific policy that has led to the forced separation of over 2,000 minor children from their parents. Though the order discusses an end to the callous form of family separation that has captured the nation’s attention in […]

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On World Refugee Day, a Look at the Trump Administration’s Ugly Track Record on Refugees

On World Refugee Day, a Look at the Trump Administration’s Ugly Track Record on Refugees

Across the globe, people gather together to celebrate World Refugee Day on June 20. Started in 2001, this day not only commends the courage and determination of the currently 25.4 million recognized refugees, but is also a time for countries and institutions to recommit to the principles of the United Nation’s 1951 Refugee Convention and […]

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The Trump Administration Is Choosing to Separate Children From Their Parents Every Day

The Trump Administration Is Choosing to Separate Children From Their Parents Every Day

Every day under the Trump administration’s “zero tolerance” policy, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is choosing to separate children from their parents. Despite claims by the administration to the contrary, the separation of families could stop today if the Attorney General and DHS chose to end the policy. In the past few days, there […]

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Trump’s Signature Family Separation Policy and Migrant Kid Jails Meet Outrage

Trump’s Signature Family Separation Policy and Migrant Kid Jails Meet Outrage

The outcry against family separation has only just begun. The Trump administration’s cruel policy of separating migrant children from their parents when they cross the U.S.-Mexico border is drawing sharp criticism from many corners. In addition to protests held by everyday Americans, faith leaders, pediatricians, and high-profile figures such as former First Lady Laura Bush […]

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