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Court Decision on Asylum Seekers Resonates with Washington Area Latinos
Immigration, News

Court Decision on Asylum Seekers Resonates with Washington Area Latinos

By Énoa Gibson A federal judge has ruled that the Trump administration cannot prevent Central American migrants from requesting asylum at the southwestern border of the United States, a limited victory for the Washington area’s Latino communities. The administration last year began requiring persons fleeing poverty and persecution, mostly in El Salvador, Honduras and Guatemala,…

Trump Administration Takes Aim At Immigrants From Africa
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Trump Administration Takes Aim At Immigrants From Africa

By Chandler Carter It was the final day of January when the Trump administration announced tighter restrictions on persons from four African nations who would ask permission to move to the United States.“Today, President Trump reaffirmed his oath to protect our Nation by raising the bar of security around the world—ensuring that those who wish…

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2 Years In, Trump’s Promises on Immigration Are Mostly Unfilled

By Kamilah Tom In the closing days of the midterm campaign, President Trump promised to make it no longer possible for children whose parents are not citizens of the United States to be citizens themselves just because they were born here. “We’re the only country in the world where a person comes in, has a…

Haitian Immigrants Ordered to Return Home
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Haitian Immigrants Ordered to Return Home

By Tyler Brady WASHINGTON –The Trump administration announced Nov. 20 that it is ending a program that for the past seven years has allowed thousands of Haitians to live and work in the United States following a natural disaster in their country. When and Why Did the Haitians Come to the U.S.? In 2010, an…