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9/11 Immigration

Documented Talks: How 9/11 Changed Our Immigration System

As a result of the 9/11 attacks, the U.S. revamped its immigration system with the creation of DHS and ICE. However, the creation of this agencies also led to unfair profiling of Muslim communities who became targets for raids and crackdowns. This was the topic for Documented’s seventh panel on immigration issues: how 9/11 Changed Our Immigration System.

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Advocates Discuss Federal Policy Ending Work Immigration Raids

Plus: Very few asylum seekers were scanned under the rapid expulsion policy, and Biden's team defends using Title 42 even as borders reopen

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HHS Brings Back Emergency Shelter for Unaccompanied Afghan Minors in Michigan

Plus: Study finds immigrant workers face the most business discrimination, and ICE agents are accused of torturing asylum seekers