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“Visa Bulletin For December 2018”

December 03, 2018.  Read at:  https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/legal/visa-law0/visa-bulletin/2019/visa-bulletin-for-december-2018.html

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“Why tear gas, lobbed at migrants on the southern border, is banned in warfare”

  “The exercise demonstrates to troops that their equipment works. It also shows, in a visceral way, what happens if an enemy targets U.S. forces with an agent such as tear gas, commonly known as CS gas — an aerosol compound considered a chemical weapon that has been outlawed on the battlefield by nearly every Read More

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“The chaos behind Donald Trump’s policy of family separation at the border”

“This past week, a federal judge struck down the president’s latest immigration order. It’s been a chaotic two years on the border as the administration imposed barriers with little consideration of their legality or consequences. The 2017 ban on travelers from Muslim countries was so abrupt it surprised the officers who had to enforce it. Read More

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“Changes to USCIS Policy Will Directly Impact Vulnerable Immigrants”

“The Trump administration’s move to deport more people from the United States has come into sharp focus again as it targets some of the most vulnerable immigrants with its Notice to Appear (NTA) policy.” November 25, 2018.  Read at:  https://immigrationimpact.com/2018/11/15/changes-uscis-vulnerable-immigrants/

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“Fights, Escape Attempts, Harm: Migrant Kids Struggle in Facilities”

“Records obtained by The Associated Press highlight some of the problems that plague government facilities for immigrant youths at a time when President Donald Trump’s administration has been making moves in recent weeks that could send even more migrant children into detention. About 14,000 immigrant children are detained in more than 100 facilities nationally, with Read More

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“Number Of Migrant Children In Texas Shelters Is Increasing”

“NPR’s Michel Martin speaks to Texas Tribune reporter Edgar Walters about why so many migrant children are in shelters in Texas and throughout the U.S.” November 25, 2018.  Read at:  https://www.npr.org/2018/11/24/670581529/number-of-migrant-children-in-texas-shelters-is-increasing

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“Record 14,000 unaccompanied immigrant children in US custody, HHS confirms”

“Lawsuits have also accused the administration of extending children’s stays, including allegedly holding them intentionally until they turn 18 and are eligible for stricter adult detention. Many of the children do have a legal right to stay in the US, but the legal process can take years.” November 25, 2018.  Read at:  https://www.cnn.com/2018/11/23/politics/hhs-record-14000-immigrant-children-us-custody/index.html

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“The US Military’s Diversity Is Part of Its Strength”

“The United States Armed Forces has done some of its greatest work when it has dismantled barriers to service and opened its ranks to Americans of different backgrounds and identities. Inclusivity within the U.S. military has been hard-fought but admittedly slow. Black service members have fought in every single war since America’s founding, but were not permitted Read More

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“U.S. Appeals Court Rules Against Trump on DACA Immigration Program”

    “A U.S. appeals court in California ruled on Thursday that President Donald Trump’s administration must continue a program begun under former President Barack Obama that protects hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants who were brought into the country as children.” November 12, 2018.  Read at:  https://www.nytimes.com/reuters/2018/11/08/world/americas/08reuters-usa-immigration-daca.html

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“At the shrine of first U.S. saint, who came to America as an immigrant”

“Born in Italy, Cabrini dreamt of working in China, but was sent to the United States instead, arriving in 1889. The contempt held for Italian-American immigrants at that time can hardly be overstated. They were seen as not white, lower than even the hated Irish, sometimes lynched — the largest mass lynching in the United Read More

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