From USA Today When Eduardo Reyes-Trujillo arrived in Michigan in 2018 to work at a greenhouse about 30 minutes south of Detroit, he hoped to earn enough money to help some of his poor family members back in Mexico. The migrant worker had come to the United States legally to work at Four Star Greenhouse in Carleton through […]

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The 7-2 ruling allows people to be deported without judicial review of their cases.

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Death and job loss from pandemic threaten visa status of physicians and their families

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Opinion by Alfredo Corchado for the New York Times EL PASO — The other day, armed with a face mask, I was rushing through the aisles of an organic supermarket, sizing up the produce, squeezing the oranges and tomatoes, when a memory hit me. Me — age 6 — stooping to pick these same fruits […]

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Immigrant convicted in 1988 for possessing 50 kg of cocaine can challenge deportation

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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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