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A naturalization ceremony in Philadelphia in June, 2019. A furlough of USCIS employees could bring naturalizations to a halt. Credit: Shutterstock

Sen. Patrick Leahy: USCIS Furlough Doesn’t Have to Happen

Furloughs at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services are drawing closer, but Leahy says a budget surplus could sustain the agency longer

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Top U.S. Envoy Resigns Over Haitian Deportations

Plus: U.S. on track to take in record low refugees, and Biden administration prepares to reopen Guantánamo detention camp

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Haitians Facing Terror in Mexico

Plus: Social media helping Haitians get to the southern border, and state troopers make "steel wall" of cars at the southern border

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NYC Passes Legislative Protections for Food Delivery Workers

Plus: New York and New Jersey immigrant advocates protest deportations, politicians camp out to support NYC taxi drivers