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Articles By Max Siegelbaum

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Study: More Immigrant-Origin Students in Higher Education Than Previously Thought

Over 5.3 million students enrolled in colleges in 2018 came from immigrant families, making up a 30 percent of all students

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Advocate Arrested After Protesting at ICE Director’s Home

The director of an advocacy organization was arrested for dumping trash in the yard of the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

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Justice Department Appeals ICE Transfer Injunction Order

A federal judge barred ICE from transferring immigrant detainees to the Farmville, Virginia, immigration jail undergoing a massive COVID-19 outbreak

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De Blasio Asks ICE to Stop Impersonating NYPD Officers

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrest residents while dressed as New York Police Department officers, and are unlikely to stop.

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Grants to House Unaccompanied Minors Went to 14 Unlicensed Facilities

A Government Accountability Office report found the Office of Refugee Resettlement inadequately monitors facilities taking care of migrant children

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Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Preventing Trump Administration Cutting the Census Short

A federal court stopped the Trump administration from ending the census headcount a month early, but upheld an early deadline for delivering population totals

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How a Teenager’s Immigration Court Case Upended the Entire System

Reynaldo Castro-Tum's case triggered former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end administrative closure, which immigration judges use to close cases

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How the Immigration Courts Malfunctioned: What We Saw

A prosecuting attorney for ICE losing a detainee´s file, immigrants spending more time in jail because the video teleconferencing system malfunctioned, a judge deporting children because they failed to show up to court. The following are some of the negligences we saw after we spent three months in the immigration courts.