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Articles By Mazin Sidahmed

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How the FBI Coerced This Muslim Immigrant Into Working as an Informant

Immigrants vulnerable to deportation are sometimes coerced into becoming FBI informants with the promise of adjusting their status. For five years, the FBI dangled this promise in front of Fatma until one day she gave up and decided to break up with them.

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Trump Administration Finalizes El Salvador Asylum Pact

The Trump administration has secured an agreement with El Salvador to send certain asylum seekers to claim asylum there instead of the U.S.

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Report: Two-Thirds of Undocumented Workers Have Essential Jobs

Around 69 percent of undocumented workers have jobs deemed essential to fighting COVID-19 by the Department of Homeland Security.

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New York Schools Serving Immigrants See Drop in Enrollment

New York schools serving immigrants have seen enrollment drop at three times the rate of the citywide average.

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New Trump Rule Could End Asylum For Most Immigrants

The rule instructs asylum officers to negatively factor in if people crossed the border illegally when deciding to grant asylum.

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Report: ICE Immigration Jails May Have Caused 250,000 COVID Infections

Links between immigration jails and confirmed cases of COVID-19 in nearby counties suggest they could've led to 250,000 cases.

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Senate Passes Green Card Bill Removing H1-B Cap

Senate Passes Green Card Bill Removing H1-B Visa Cap

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ICE Won’t Reveal How It Uses Cell Phone Data At the Border

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reportedly used cell phone data to make an immigration arrest this year.

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White House Reportedly Refused to Fund Mental Health Services for Separated Families

The White House attempted to avoid paying for mental health services for families who had been separated under the administration's zero-tolerance policy, NBC News reports.