Sunday, January 20, 2019

Trump Administration targeting Texas Latinos by questioning their citizenship

The Trump administration is engaging in an immigration crackdown in South Texas against people who have birth certificates showing they were born in the United States. According to a Washington Post report published Wednesday by Kevin Sieff, immigration lawyers in the area are reporting that “hundreds, even thousands” of Latinos born near the border are being […]

ACLU claims that immigrant agencies set up “traps” for immigrants

Two federal immigration agencies coordinated to bring unauthorized immigrants who were seeking legal residency in for interviews at government offices, where they were then arrested and in some cases deported, according to internal agency communications. The interviews were timed at the convenience of ICE agents, who asked government officials to space out the meetings so […]

Trump Administration considering proposal that would make it difficult for legal immigrants to become citizens

A proposal being considered by top aides to President Trump would reportedly make it more difficult for legal immigrants to get green cards or become U.S. citizens. NBC News reports that under the proposal, a creation of senior White House aide Stephen Miller, migrants who have in the past benefited from welfare programs, including Social Security […]

Lawsuit over the end of TPS is allowed to proceed

Yesterday a federal judge in Boston rejected a bid by the Trump administration to dismiss a lawsuit alleging that its decisions to end temporary protections for immigrants in the United States from Honduras, Haiti and El Salvador were racially motivated. U.S. District Judge Denise Casper in Boston ruled that a group of immigrants and two […]

Trump Administration set to make a decision today on TPS for Hondurans

  About 86,000 Honduran nationals, including nearly 5,000 in New Jersey, are nervously waiting to find out if the Trump administration will remove them from a program that granted them temporary permission to live and work in the United States. Protection for Hondurans under the program, called Temporary Protected Status (TPS), is set to expire on […]