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Month: October 2017

Georgia Corrections Department Wants Partnership With ICE

The Georgia Department of Corrections has applied to take part in a contentious federal immigration enforcement program, which gives local and state officers the responsibility for enforcing federal immigration laws. The program, named 287(g), trains local and state officers to carry out some federal immigration duties in prisons or jails. These include interviewing inmates about …

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Increase in Father-Led Immigrant Families Crossing Border

The last seven months have seen an increase in the number of immigrant fathers from Central America crossing the border into the US with their children, according to BuzzFeed News. A spokesman for Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and human rights activists have since confirmed the increase, claiming it is the result of the attempt …

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US Anti-immigration Policies Benefit Mexico Technology Sector

Facebook, Amazon, and several other technology companies in the US are expanding their operations into Mexico as the country tries to capitalize on the anti-immigration stance taken by the Trump administration. Since the beginning of 2017, Facebook has been partnering with local groups to develop tech talent in Mexico, while Amazon.com has opened a new …

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