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Articles By Max Siegelbaum

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Circuit Court Blocks Third Country Rule

It's the second loss for the policy that bars immigrants from seeking asylum in the U.S. if they didn't in other countries they passed through

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Trump Administration and Congress Spar Over USCIS Bailout

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services is set to furlough nearly 70 percent of its workforce if it doesn't get critical funding soon

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New York International Students Upended by ICE Visa Decision

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement will not issue visas to international students if their schools go fully online this fall

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USCIS on the Verge of Collapse

U.S. Customs and Immigration Services has begun furloughing workers, putting asylum, visa, and other programs in jeopardy

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Drive-In Naturalization Ceremonies Grow While USCIS Budget Crisis Looms

A U.S. Customs and Immigration Services budget crisis could jeopardize naturalization ceremonies and November's elections

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Judge Orders ICE to Free Man Held on Terrorism Charges

The government tried to use the Patriot Act to declare the Palestinian man a "danger to national security" and hold him indefinitely

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Supreme Court Boosts Expedited Removal

The Supreme Court's 7-2 ruling blocks asylum seekers from appealing their fast-track deportations in court

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Philadelphians Try to Stop ‘Medical Repatriation’ of Incapacitated Undocumented Man

Advocates have physically gathered to stop the deportation of an undocumented man severely injured in a motorcycle accident

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Immigration Analysts Say Trump’s Executive Order is Toothless

With consular offices still closed around the world, it'll be a while before immigrants feel the impact of visa restrictions