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Diego carries his younger brother, Fabrizzio, into their home in Long Island. Even though they are fifteen years apart, the brothers spend their afternoons together. Cristina Baussan

The Trials of Being Undocumented and Turning 18

A group of young immigrants fleeing violence fought the Trump administration for their right to stay in the United States – and won.

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Chad Wolf Exposes Closeness of DHS, Trump Mission

Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf has seemingly exposed a thin barrier between a president's whims and the department's mission

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Pandemic Rules Let Federal Agents Swiftly Remove Children

Emergency rules during the pandemic allow for the quick deportation of children without a hearing, even if they face danger if they're returned home

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Appeals Court Cuts Down Public Charge Rule

The Supreme Court let Trump's public charge rule continue as a wealth test for green card applicants, but a lower court blocked it.