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Articles By Mazin Sidahmed

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How Immigration Fit Into the Final Presidential Debate

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden discussed their immigration records, including Remain in Mexico and zero tolerance

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545 Children Still Separated from Parents, 3 Years Later

Lawyers are struggling to reunite more than 1000 children separated from their parents at the border under Trump's zero tolerance policy

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Supreme Court Will Review Trump’s Undocumented Census Exclusion

Trump is aiming to exclude undocumented immigrants from counting toward federal funding and congressional seats

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New York City Sees Record Census Count

This year’s 61.9% census response rate in New York City is slightly higher than 2010's of 61.8% — a surprising rise given the coronavirus pandemic

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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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DHS Employees Warned About Leaks

Homeland Security Department employees were told to report colleagues they suspected of leaks as the Trump administration tries to crack down

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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.

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Trump Cuts Refugee Cap Again

America will only accept 15,000 refugees in 2021, the lowest number in its history and down from 18,000 in the past year

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Judge Rules Trump Cannot Block Visas

Trump blocked companies from hiring immigrants on certain visas as the U.S. faced an unprecedented unemployment crisis during the pandemic