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Articles By Mazin Sidahmed

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Republicans Block TPS for Venezuelans

A Republican authored a bill to extend TPS protections to Venezuelans, but a Republican senator still blocked its unanimous passage

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Testimonies Emerge to Complicate Georgia Whistleblower’s Complaint

Community members are defending the doctor who allegedly performed hysterectomies on immigrants without their consent

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DHS Wolf Downplays Role at Republican National Convention

Wolf claimed he had no idea the naturalization ceremony would be aired at the RNC, putting him in conflict with the Hatch Act

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Man Dies of COVID-19 in ICE Custody

A 50-year-old Honduran man detained in Texas became the 19th person to die in Immigration and Customs Enforcement custody so far this fiscal year

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People Rally for Immigrant Relief Fund in New Jersey

Gov. Phil Murphy (D) unveiled the state’s budget on Tuesday, but just like federal relief bills, it included no coronavirus relief money for immigrants.

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Trump Admin Reportedly Considered Using ‘Heat Ray’ on Migrants

Customs and Border Protection Officials reportedly wanted to deploy an “Active Denial System” that uses lasers to make people's skin feel like it is burning

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Coronavirus and the Census May Change This Largely Immigrant Town’s Economy

Micronesians are a growing part of Milan, Minnesota, but their unfamiliarity with the Census and a lack of outreach likely won't help the town financially.

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Portland Protesters Clash with Federal Agents Outside ICE Building

After a peaceful march during the day, some protesters gathered outside the ICE building in Portland, drumming on and spray painting plywood covering it

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House Passes Emergency Funding to Stop USCIS Furloughs

The House's bill would help USCIS cover its $1.2 billion shortfall and prevent furloughs, but the Senate won't return until September to vote on it