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Immigration Court, Case Manuel Duran: Judgment of the Judge of Memphis

CLOSE Memphis police arrested activists who turned against immigration denial policies on Tuesday, April 3, 2018. Daniel Connolly / The Commercial Call Buy Photo Members of the community attend a service watch in front of El Mercadito de Memphis at Hickory Hill to assist Manuel Duran. The reporter from a Spanish-language media company was arrested on April 3 for making …

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The immigration authorities are demanding more help at the border

WASHINGTON – While hundreds of National Guard troops are stationed on the US border with Mexico this week, immigration officials warn Thursday that another thousands of people are needed. "At the moment, the National Guard is absolutely necessary, we must have a bottom, no upper limit of 21,370 agents, and right now we are at 19,300," said Brandon Judd of …

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Justice Department to stop the immigration legal aid program in custody

Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The Ministry of Justice will temporarily suspend a program that provides judicial assistance to detained foreigners facing deportation while reviewing the cost-effectiveness of the program, a federal official said Tuesday. (Susan Walsh / AP) The US Immigration Tribunals will temporarily suspend a program providing legal support to detained aliens facing deportation while verifying the cost-effectiveness of …

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The Latest: Mexico rates immigration cooperation with the US

PHOENIX – The latest on the deployment of National Guard members on the US-Mexico border (all times local): 7 pm Mexico's Secretary for External Relations says his government is evaluating its cooperation with the United States [19659004] Luis Videgaray said in a Monday interview with local media that he would give results of the analysis in the coming weeks to …

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Trump opposes the fight against illegal immigration after criticizing the critics

President Trump continued illegal immigration and securing the border this week, reinforced the rhetoric, and led a push to support the border – reportedly responding to the Conservatives' response to his handling of last month's omnibus bill "We seal our southern border," Trump tweeted on Saturday. "The people in our big country want security, the demos were a disaster on …

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Trump Signs memo order end to "catch and release" immigration policy

Photo President Trump leaves the Oval Office for Marine One on Thursday. He began the week to speak out against immigration and ended it by ordering the National Guard to patrol the southwestern border. Credit Tom Brenner / The New York Times President Trump issued a memorandum on Friday calling on his government to quickly bring an end to "catch …

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Oregon Gov. Will say "no" if Trump asks her to send National Guard troops to the border

President Donald Trump's announcement Wednesday that he would send National Guard troops to the US-Mexico border encounters resistance in at least one governor's office. When Trump Oregon asks Gov Kate Brown to send troops, she tweets Wednesday, she will say "no". "As commander of the Oregon Guard, I am deeply touched by Trump's plan to militarize our border," she said. …

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President Whiplash fights immigration crisis to justify troop boost

You may deny it, but evidence suggests that a hastily announced deployment of National Guard forces at the southern border was triggered by a tweet from the President apparently provoked by a Fox News story. Homeland Security minister Kirstenjen Nielsen insisted Wednesday that the plan was long on the table – and that it was a response to an expected …

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The Latest: Mexico says US troops at the border will not be armed

WASHINGTON – The Latest About President Donald Trump and Immigration (All Local Times): 9:55 pm The Mexican Foreign Ministry says US Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstenen Nielsen has told Mexico's top diplomats that US National Guard Troops deployed at the border "carry no weapons or carry out migration or customs control activities." Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videaray visits Washington. A …

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