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Supreme Court to Hear Last Trump Immigration Case

The Supreme Court will decide whether Trump can bar undocumented immigrants from being included in the Census count.

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Biden Nominates 1st Latino and Immigrant to Head DHS

Alejandro Mayorkas was the Department of Homeland Security's deputy secretary during former President Barack Obama's term.

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Fingerprint App Reportedly Helps ICE Deport Immigrants

A mobile fingerprinting app called EDDIE may have become key to President Trump’s immigrant deportation crackdown.

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COVID-19 Outbreak at New Jersey’s Elizabeth Detention Center

At least five people detained at Elizabeth Detention Center in Elizabeth, New Jersey, were reported to have COVID-19.

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Trump Reportedly Targeting Birthright Citizenship Again

Ending birthright citizenship is reportedly one of Trump's last-minute immigration goals before Biden takes over.

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Undocumented Women Fear Receiving Prenatal Care

President Trump's public charge rule and fear of deportation has discouraged pregnant undocumented women from seeking care.

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Jewish Clergy Support Immigrants on Hunger Strike

Rabbis and clergy came together on Friday in front of New Jersey’s Bergen County Jail to support seven immigrant detainees’ hunger strike.

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New Jersey Police Cooperated With ICE Just 4 Times Last Year

While police are largely following New Jersey's Immigrant Trust Directive, corrections officers are a different story

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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.