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Building communities

NCR: Helping Immigrants Build a Haven Amid Fear and AngerAmy Ketner, co-director of leadership development at Strangers No Longer, a Michigan-based Catholic organization that promotes …

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Title 42 rollback

Border Report: Immigration advocates fear delays in Title 42 rollbackImmigration advocates ⁠— preparing to assist asylum seekers once they are allowed to again apply at U.S. ports …

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Asylum agreement with Mexico

Under a new agreement with Mexico, the Biden administration has begun expelling Cubans and Nicaraguans to Mexico ⁠— under Title 42 ⁠— denying them the chance to seek …

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National Backlog

KTAR: Backlog causes delays for immigrants in ArizonaA national backlog means that some immigrants in Arizona are experiencing long delays in getting their applications processed. This is …

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Ukrainian detention

CBS: Aunt works to get Ukrainian nephew out of immigration detentionA 14-year-old was taken from Ukraine by his aunt who lives in the United States. …

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Sanctuary policy

AP: Kansas law bans local immigrant ‘sanctuary’ policiesA new Kansas law overturns “sanctuary” policies in three communities, aimed at allowing undocumented immigrants to live in …

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Electronic Monitoring

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Electronic monitoring of immigrants increasesElectronic monitoring of immigrants has increased under President Biden, who calls it a more humane alternative to detention. The …

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Public Health

Arizona Republic: Understanding Title 42 and its effect on ArizonaTitle 42 allows prohibition of non-citizens into the United States for public health reasons. It has …

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Unaccompanied children

CDC Terminates Title 42 for Unaccompanied Minors On March 12, 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, or CDC, terminated Title 42 with respect to unaccompanied …

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USCIS and Telephonic Interpeters

USCIS Extends Rule for Telephonic Interpreters at Affirmative Asylum Interviews On March 15, 2022, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, again extended the temporary final …

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TPS for Afghanistan

TIPs: Topline Immigration Policy Updates Contents:TPS for AfghanistanUSCIS Extends Rule for Telephonic Interpreters at Affirmative Asylum InterviewsCDC Terminates Title 42 for Unaccompanied Minors TPS for …

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Florida Senate Bill

Fox13: Florida Senate passes immigration enforcement planThe Florida Senate passed a bill that would boost immigration enforcement. Critics say it could adversely affect migrants seeking …

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Work Permit

Bloomberg: Visa delays frustrating workersMore than one million immigrants are waiting for U.S. work permits and visas because of the backlog as embassies and immigration …

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Closing detention center in FL

 Miami Herald: Immigration advocates want closure of federal detention centersAbout 24 Floridians rallied to urge the Biden administration to close the Glades County Detention Center …

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Immigration reform

NCR/CNS: New coalition to push Congress on immigration reformA new coalition of faith groups, immigration advocacy groups and business organizations is urging Congress to pass …

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