After a week of raids and an alarming government leak, uncertainty hangs over immigrant communities as they wait to see what Trump will do next, reported The Guardian.
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Under current law, unsuccessful applicants for asylum in Canada can be sent back to the US, and since Trump’s executive order, migration advocates have called for the agreement to be repealed.
Representative Luis Gutiérrez discusses in The Atlantic last week’s immigration raids and how these deportations under President Trump are different from the ones he protested in the early years of the Obama administration.
Juntos stands in solidarity with a strike across the city.
The United States President continued his attack on the media on Saturday as he spoke to supporters at a rally in Florida. Senator John McCain warned that suppression of a free press is “how dictators get started”
Employing native English speakers who understand US culture would give Mexican call centers an edge over rivals in India and the Philippines in billion-dollar industry, reports The Guardian
Durante el Día de San Valentín, Pat Toomey recibió casi 1000 tarjetas de San Valentín por parte de los residentes de Pennsylvania.
En conjunto con una petición que recolectó 800 firmas, la población le solicitó a Toomey que protegiera la ACA.
President turns fire on media in erratic display as his labor secretary pulls out and replacement for disgraced national security adviser turns the job down
On Valentine’s Day Pat Toomey received close to 1,000 Valentine’s cards from the PA residents.
In conjunction with a petition that got 800 signatures, the Valentine’s asked Toomey to protect the ACA.
Arrest of a 23-year-old Daca recipient, apparently the first case of its kind under Trump, has raised fears of a massive crackdown on undocumented immigrants. Daniel Ramirez Medina, who has no criminal record, was brought to the US from Mexico as a child and was granted a work permit under Obama’s program.
The Supreme Court late Monday blocked the first of at least six executions planned in Arkansas over the next two weeks after a dizzying day of state and federal court disputes about lethal injection drugs, mental health claims and the right to legal representation.