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USCIS Delays Furlough as Congressional Talks Progress

U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement relies on fees from visa and green card applications, which fell off amid the coronavirus pandemic

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DHS Secretary Chad Wolf Rejects Criticism

Former Department of Homeland Security secretaries accused President Trump of using the department as his own "personal militia"

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Four Poultry Plant Executives Indicted After ICE Raid

The indictments come a year after 680 people were arrested at two Mississippi plants in one of the largest workplace ICE raids in history

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Officials Worry Expedited Census Deadline May Cause Undercount

The Trump administration will end in-person census interviews a month early, possibly leading to an undercount and a cut to federal funding in New York