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L.E. Kinzie Apr 12
Flat- out insane. giving ‘strong considerations’ to releasing migrants in ‘sanctuary cities’
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Sydney Hernandez Apr 16
This morning, Border Patrol agents found a group of 170 undocumented immigrants near Roma, Texas. says in the month of March, agents in the Rio Grande Valley Sector apprehended over 20,900 family units and more than 3,700 unaccompanied children.
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Sydney Hernandez Apr 15
Immigrants tell me they're coming to the U.S. because they're seeing advertisements on their local newspapers and TV stations, about better opportunities and free help from Americans if they enter illegally. My report straight from the border.
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Global Dallas Apr 19
How Much Slower Would the U.S. Grow Without ? In Many Places, a Lot
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Michael Johns Apr 16
It is preposterous to label ' policies "controversial." He is doing precisely what is needed, what he promised, and what the American people have asked him to, I told 's global television news tonight:
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Laurie Kennedy 9h
Replying to @lauriekennlove
And then he says this..... so what’s it really about... or Makes one wonder..
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Diego Aranda Teixeira 32m
Better than expungement, let's make the law undo the effects of any marijuana conviction for both criminal and purposes explicitly. Otherwise these will be zombie convictions in land
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HollyKFOX_CBS Apr 19
Asylum seekers are now being housed at Las Cruces High School over Easter break. Tune into News at 5 to hear why the city says this was a feasible option, and what volunteers are saying they’re lacking.
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Avenues Abroad 22m
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DouglasTodd Apr 18
has a lot of catch up to do. Even countries with superior exit controls, such as Britain, are unable to track 600,000 people who have stayed in the country after their visas expired.
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Laura Lynch Apr 15
Retired Immigration Judge, Paul Schmidt, on the human toll of this administration's malicious policies, "Some will die, some will be tortured, some will be maimed, some disfigured, some damaged for life."
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MD in GCBacklog Apr 20
Why law abiding immigrant families have to face this discrimination? End and make again
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CREDO Mobile Apr 20
People are fleeing for their lives to escape violence. Instead of being able to legally claim asylum, they are now being held at gun point by right-wing militia. 😡😡😡
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T-Bone Tells it Like it is🤬✌🌊 5h
President Bartlett understood...oh how I long for a President like this someday...
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William Nixon 17h
Half of U.S. population growth comes from immigration. New citizens are vital, but chaos and lawlessness need to be controlled through humane and enforceable policies. Only the political power complex benefits from polarized acrimony.
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New York Foundation Apr 17
Next up on, "Speak Justice: Stories from Muslim, Arab, and South Asian Organizers", we feature Murad Awawdeh () of ! Murad speaks to and the coalition's response to the travel ban. View full video here:
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CanApprove 25m
Congratulations Ms Shanthi Biju for under . We wish you success in all your future endeavors!
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paper smokers 🎭 19h
Did you know? The iconic 1959 Mini, one of the UK's greatest pieces of design, was designed by Sir Alec Issigonis, who was an asylum seeker. His Greek family fled Smyrna when Turks invaded in around 1920, and he wound up studying engineering at Battersea Polytechnic.
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Immigration Wonk 18h
Although the vast majority of migrants passing through Mexico on their way to the United States come from Central America, hundreds are from African countries such as Congo, Cameroon and Ethiopia.
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Sara A. Carter Apr 14
.: “There is a narrative in Central America, that if you can get into America with a minor child, you will never get deported…and we have to change that story line.” - We need new and laws now | via
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