From The Hill President Trump is expected to refile paperwork this week to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program that offers protections for thousands of young immigrants, according to multiple people familiar with the planning. Trump was initially expected to move to once again rescind the Obama-era program last week, but it was pushed back, according […]

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From The Hill President Trump is focusing this week on highlighting efforts to restrict immigration into the U.S., seeking to reenergize his base of supporters and deliver on campaign promises as he lags in the polls behind presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden. The administration on Monday detailed new limits on work visas, and Trump […]

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From CNN Emmanuel Diaz was shocked when he saw the news flash onto his cell phone screen. A text from a friend told him the Supreme Court decision he’d been waiting to hear for months had finally come in. Justices had blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to end the program that protects him and hundreds […]

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The president has sought to curb both legal and illegal immigration, a central theme of his administration

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A narrowly divided Supreme Court extended Thursday a life-support line to some 650,000 so-called "Dreamers," allowing them to remain safe from deportation for now.

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The administration proposed a rule this week that would raise the standard of proof for migrants hoping to obtain asylum and is expected to propose additional visa restrictions.

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Black recipients of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals protection wait for the Supreme Court to decide their fate amid protests against racism.

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Opinion by Javier Quiroz Castro for the Houston Chronicle This past November, I started a nursing job at Houston Methodist West Hospital. I’d barely settled into my routine treating cardiovascular patients when COVID-19 upended our lives. Today, I’m working 12-to 14-hour shifts on the newly-created COVID-19 floor, fighting to stabilize patients and keep them from […]

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From USA Today Born in South Korea but raised in Montclair, New Jersey, Eun Suk “Jason” Hong seemed on the cusp of another American success story when he graduated from college in 2015.  Hong, whose mother brought him to the U.S. at age 10, landed a job as a financial planner and was looking forward […]

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By Marcelo Suárez-Orozco for the Rational Middle Every day, we see news stories about COVID -19 wreaking terrible loss of life, untold suffering and economic mayhem, but there is another, less noticed casualty of this pandemic: rationality about immigration. As much as the response to the virus, immigration will be a defining issue of our times. Last […]

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Opinion from the New York Daily News Every night at 7 p.m. in New York City, we clap and make noise for essential and frontline workers. In 2017, more than 15% of the health-care labor force were immigrants, and a larger percentage are home health aides, cleaning and support staff, yet immigrant communities continue to […]

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From The Hill Activists and immigrant advocates are sounding the alarm that tens of millions of immigrants are at risk of being left out of COVID-19 testing and treatment in the government’s response to the health crisis. The trillions in stimulus passed by Congress so far in response to the coronavirus crisis provide testing and […]

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From Forbes When Congress passed the CARES Act to provided relief from the coronavirus impact, it sent about $14 billion to institutions of higher education to address the unique impact the virus has had on college campuses. Half of the money sent to institutions must be in the form of emergency grant aid directly to […]

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Trump promised that information from DACA applications would not be sent to deportation agents. But internal emails show that ICE can access databases where that information is kept — and DHS decided not to tell Congress.

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Healthcare workers under the protection of Daca anxiously await a supreme court decision that may deport them

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Fearing for their health and their future.

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As early as this month, the U.S. Supreme Court could issue a decision that would mean the end of deferred action for Paz and hundreds of thousands of other young immigrants.

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Few industries are more directly effected by the immigration debate than construction. In its December issue Construction Dimension, the magazine of the Association of the Wall and Ceiling Industry, Mark L. Johnson looks at how the industry is trying to cut through the rhetoric in Washington and find reasonable solutions: Last March, during a panel […]

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Hundreds of thousands of "Dreamers" have come out of the shadows using DACA. Now the economic benefit of the program, as well as the trust dreamers have placed in us as a country, is at stake.

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