The California Nurse Who Was Deported To Mexico In Trump Crackdown Is Back At Home In US With Her Children
Maria Mendoza-Sanchez, who had lived in the Bay Area for 20 years, became a local cause celebre when ICE deported her in 2017. Saturday she returned to the US.
Border authorities said the father signed a form saying she wasn’t sick. The form was in English and explained to him in Spanish, a language he apparently doesn’t speak.
Trump Did Away With Previous Orders To Deport Criminals First. New Statistics Show ICE Followed Through.
One of the ironies of the statistics ICE released Friday is that the agency arrested 600 fewer convicted criminals than it had the previous year.
The Guatemalan girl started having seizures and was found to have a body temperature over 105 degrees after she and her father were detained in New Mexico.
Despite the increase, there were fewer arrests of undocumented workers at their jobs than there were under the George W. Bush administration.
“At the end of day, what’s happening here is quite simple: The executive is trying to unilaterally undermine the rule of law,” said an immigration expert.
"ICE’s failure to release this report diminishes the systemic, traumatic, and in this case fatal, violence that transgender individuals experience daily."
The US has never charged a fee to apply for asylum before. Immigration advocates are outraged.
One Reason The US And Mexico Can’t Agree On Having Asylum-Seekers Wait In Mexico: The Trump Administration Itself Is Divided
The Justice Department wants asylum applicants turned away without any vetting of their claims. Homeland Security wants them screened for fears of staying in Mexico.
Maria Mendoza-Sanchez was deported a year ago after living in the United States for more than two decades.
Maria Mendoza-Sanchez lived in Northern California for two decades before she was deported. Now she has a chance to rejoin her four children in the US.
Migrants Being Teargassed At The Border Is The Inevitable Consequence Of Trump’s Immigration Policies
Trump's policies to discourage migrants from coming to the US have only made the situation worse at the border.
The judge in Michigan ruled that the Iraqis must be released because their country will never agree to their return. Most are members of religious minorities.
“Whatever the scope of the President’s authority, he may not rewrite the immigration laws to impose a condition that Congress has expressly forbidden,” the judge wrote.
“What’s left of that expression of congressional intent?” US District Judge Jon Tigar asked as he questioned government attorneys about a policy that requires migrants to seek asylum only at ports of entry.
The Trump Administration Again Is Considering Ways To Force People To Wait In Mexico For Their Immigration Cases
Administration officials this week held discussions on a proposal that would require people to wait in Mexico while their immigration cases are decided.
Troops deployed by the Trump administration spent Tuesday putting up wires and fencing at one of the busiest crossing points on the border.
Migrant children who cross the border illegally will also be denied the right to file for asylum. Trump officials had at first said the new policy wouldn’t affect them.
More families were caught trying to enter the United States along the southern border in October than in any month since US officials began keeping the statistic in 2012.
The ACLU is asking a federal judge to block new rules that are intended to bar people from requesting asylum at any place other than a port of entry.