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Month: November 2016

Supreme Court considers indefinite immigrant detention

The Supreme Court will hear arguments today on whether immigrants awaiting deportation can be detained for months or even years without a legal hearing. This case could have an impact on proposals made by President-Elect, Donald Trump, to crack down on undocumented immigrants and increase deportations. The federal government is appealing a case, known as …

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Undocumented Haitian immigrants released through lack of space

Undocumented immigrants from Haiti are being released from detention facilities because of a lack of space, according to a report from Fox News Latino. Federal officials say that Haitian undocumented immigrants, who have been entering the US during the last year, are being released. This is in spite of the previous pledge to keep them …

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Trump could challenge CMPD undocumented leniency

The policy of leniency towards undocumented immigrants practiced by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police could be challenged by the new administration under President-Elect, Donald Trump. It is uncertain how the department will react if Trump attempts to make good on the promises he made during his election campaign. Trump has recently pledged to deport all criminal immigrants, …

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Boston Mayor pledges to defend undocumented Irish immigrants

Marty Walsh, the Mayor of Boston, says that he will defend the rights of undocumented Irish immigrants and other undocumented immigrants if President-Elect, Donald Trump seeks to deport them when he takes over the White House, in January. Walsh, himself the child of immigrants from Connemara, says that there is much uncertainty around whether Trump …

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Trump’s Justice Department choice could affect immigration

Senator, Jeff Sessions became the leading voice in Congress for a crackdown on illegal immigration and for increasing mass deportations. This would give stricter scrutiny to those wanting to enter the US and slow down all forms of immigration. As President-Elect, Donald Trump’s selection for the new Attorney General of his administration, Sessions would be …

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