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Sen. Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump's pick for attorney general, has said the president's immigration plan is "lawless."
This means a lower court ruling against the president still stands, and his plan remains in limbo.
The facts demonstrate that building a wall is purely a political ploy and attempt to pander to Trump's base. After all, it is a powerful hallmark of his campaign that aims to create a culture of division, based on dominance and hate.
The department apologized after the judge accused its lawyers of being unethical.
A new filing seeks a rehearing on Obama's executive actions "before a full" bench of nine justices.
On June 27, four activists were arrested for blocking the roads to the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in
We live in confusing immigrant times. One moment, undocumented immigrants are filled with hope and optimism. The next is flush with dread and despair, especially since last week's Supreme Court 4-4 decision.
In a short June 23 order, the Supreme Court dashed the hopes of millions that the justices would overturn the injunction blocking implementation of Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) and expansion of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
While we traveled we heard from young college students hoping the Justices understood the sense of invisibility and alienation
This news from the Supreme Court is deeply disappointing. But the movement for healthier communities is bigger than one legal case.
The decision will fuel the flames of an already contentious presidential election.
Advocates encouraged immigrants to ask to see the credentials of their legal services provider. Applicants should never sign a blank form, and should ask for a translation if they need it. They should also make sure to get copies of any papers filed for their case.
Maria Amalia, a farm worker, has lived in the United States for more than 20 years and has three children who are U.S. citizens