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Pandemic Rules Let Federal Agents Swiftly Remove Children

Emergency rules during the pandemic allow for the quick deportation of children without a hearing, even if they face danger if they're returned home

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Appeals Court Cuts Down Public Charge Rule

The Supreme Court let Trump's public charge rule continue as a wealth test for green card applicants, but a lower court blocked it.

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ICE Director Retires

Matthew Albence, acting director of ICE, announced he was retiring on Friday.

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US to Begin Charging People to File for Asylum

The U.S. will be one of only four nations to charge people seeking protection.

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Bronx Immigrant Remains in ICE Detention Despite Cuomo Pardon

Ousman Darboe has been in ICE detention in Bergen, New Jersey since 2017.

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Census Bureau Didn’t Know About Apportionment Change

President Trump's order keeps undocumented immigrants from counting toward congressional apportionment, but the Census Bureau says it knew nothing about it

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Guard at ICE Jail Dangerously Kneels on Detainee’s Back

Detainees say a guard at an immigration jail in Virginia knelt on the upper back of a man who was already bleeding from his head.

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Judge Dismisses Challenge to New Jersey Immigrant Trust Directive

The Immigrant Trust Directive bars collaboration between state and local law enforcement, but doesn't stop federal agencies from enforcing their laws

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Broken Air Conditioning Mandates Release from ICE Detention, Attorneys Say

Lawyers say air conditioners are broken in the Bergen County Jail as temperatures near 100°, but the jail says that's not true