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Judge Bumped By Another to Issue Removal Order

Aug 8, 2018

In May, we wrote about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ decision to make the final determination in three cases before immigration courts. It was a rare move, but one inside the scope of his authority ...

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What Does the Trump Administration's "Ineligible" Designation Mean?

Jul 28, 2018

Friday was the deadline for the government to reunite migrant families with children aged 5 and under that were separated by the “zero tolerance” policy. The Trump Administration claimed to meet the d...

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Wins in Court Create at Least a Little Tolerance

Jul 25, 2018

The Trump Administration' firehose-like nature means that a story that grips the national consciousness for a week can disappear without a trace as new controversies blast their way to prominence...

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Businesses Need to Prepare for I-9 Audits

Jul 20, 2018

In May, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that its Homeland Security Investigations division had been busy. In a press release, it said: From Oct. 1, 2017, through May 4, HSI ...

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Azar, Administration, Say They're Saving Detained Children

Jul 13, 2018

In a recent interview on CNN, Wolf Blitzer asked Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar if he could return all of the children separated from their parents as they attempted to cross the Mexi...

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