Deportation. Legal news and articles for April 26 - 30, 2017

Too Scared to Report Sexual Abuse. The Fear: Deportation.Francis Wilkinson, Bloomberg View: Trump immigration policy is now anyone's guessNo one can trust Trump's immigration promises: Bloomberg ViewHow ICE Expanded Its Deportation Force Without Asking Congress for a DimeDeportation is not a solutionNo One Talks About Life After Deportation. These Mexican Activists Are Changing That.No One Can Trust Trump on ImmigrationLaw enforcement and Latino community discuss building relationships, fear of deportationA noncriminal mother of four was deported. Now in Mexico, she fears for her safety.Denver takes stab at sentencing reform that could help immigrants avoid deportation for low-level crimesPaylan Proposes Bill to Study Armenian DeportationsTrump Administration Position on Supreme Court Case Suggests Melania Trump Could Be DeportedCA lawmakers consider legal aid for deported vetsTrump's Quiet Reversal on Deporting Young Undocumented ImmigrantsInside The Immigrant-Prosecuting Machine That Transformed America's Deportation Policy

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California's Senate Just Approved a Bill to Protect Its Residents From Trump's Deportation Forces
ACLU (blog)April 5, 2017

This is where Trump's deportation dragnet lies — in the arrests, hand-offs, and information-sharing between local law enforcement and federal immigration agents. The administration needs local law enforcement as its “force multipliers.” Without their ...more »

DACA recipient's deportation leads to protest & petition
WJLAApril 20, 2017

Prior to his arrest by the United States Border Patrol on February 19, 2017, Montes-Bojorquez's last documented encounter with any United States immigration law enforcement official was in August of 2010, where he was permitted to withdraw his ...more »

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Too Scared to Report Sexual Abuse. The Fear: Deportation.
New York TimesApril 30, 2017

Since the presidential election, there has been a sharp downturn in reports of sexual assault and domestic violence among Latinos throughout the country, and many experts attribute the decline to fears of deportation. Law enforcement officials in ...more »

Francis Wilkinson, Bloomberg View: Trump immigration policy is now anyone's guess
Waco Tribune-HeraldApril 30, 2017

Trump has always cast his deportation plans as a consequence of his respect for law. He's not against immigrants, he insists. Just illegal immigration. “We're going to have people come in, but they're going to come in legally,” Trump said in 2015 ...more »

No one can trust Trump's immigration promises: Bloomberg View
OregonLive.comApril 29, 2017

Trump has always cast his deportation plans as a consequence of his respect for law. He's not against immigrants, he insists. Just illegal immigration. "We're going to have people come in, but they're going to come in legally," Trump said in 2015 ...more »

How ICE Expanded Its Deportation Force Without Asking Congress for a Dime
Slate Magazine (blog)April 28, 2017

Another was the hiring of 10,000 additional immigration officers, a request made “to the extent permitted by law and subject to the availability of appropriations” that would have nearly tripled the number of ICE agents that initiate deportations in ...more »

Deportation is not a solution
The News JournalApril 28, 2017

The ill-considered executive order for blanket deportation could never be implemented without enlisting state and local police and facilities and accessing civil and educational records. But this would create a crisis in law-enforcement, taking police ...more »

No One Talks About Life After Deportation. These Mexican Activists Are Changing That.
The Nation.April 28, 2017

Montes-Bojorquez is suing the US government with the National Immigration Law Center. Inconsistent deportation targets, expanded definitions of criminality, and more leeway for federal immigration agents to act autonomously has sent the immigrant ...more »

No One Can Trust Trump on Immigration
BloombergApril 28, 2017

Trump has always cast his deportation plans as a consequence of his respect for law. He's not against immigrants, he insists. Just illegal immigration. “We're going to have people come in, but they're going to come in legally,” Trump said in 2015 ...more »

Law enforcement and Latino community discuss building relationships, fear of deportation
Bradenton HeraldApril 28, 2017

Law enforcement officials representing their agencies said those in the Latino community are victims of crime, but the crimes often go unreported out of fear, including they may be deported. Encouraging the community to overcome those fears was the aim ...more »

A noncriminal mother of four was deported. Now in Mexico, she fears for her safety.
Washington PostApril 28, 2017

An Arizona family struggles with a mother's deportation.] Her deportation was yet another clear sign that despite Trump's claim that he is targeting dangerous criminals, his administration is deporting undocumented immigrants who are otherwise law-abiding.more »

Denver takes stab at sentencing reform that could help immigrants avoid deportation for low-level crimes
The Denver PostApril 27, 2017

In the face of a federal immigration crackdown, Denver is set to change its sentencing ordinance to help some immigrants avoid deportation. City officials plan to rewrite penalties for criminal violations, enact a local hate-crimes law and try out ...more »

Paylan Proposes Bill to Study Armenian Deportations
The Armenian Mirror-SpectatorApril 27, 2017

ANKARA — Garo Paylan, a member of the Turkish Parliament who represents a district of Istanbul, and is in the HDP party, this week presented a bill to parliament in which he proposes that body research the results of the Temporary Deportation Law ...more »

Trump Administration Position on Supreme Court Case Suggests Melania Trump Could Be Deported
Slate Magazine (blog)April 27, 2017

The Trump administration argued to the court that not only was the woman in question's deportation defensible, but that any inaccuracy on official paperwork, even regarding the most trivial and "immaterial" issues, can justify deportation and the ...more »

CA lawmakers consider legal aid for deported vets
89.3 KPCCApril 27, 2017

If the bill is approved, California would become the first state in the nation to provide legal aid to deported vets, according to Kevin Johnson, dean of the UC Davis School of Law and a national expert on immigration law. Veterans who run afoul of the ...more »

Trump's Quiet Reversal on Deporting Young Undocumented Immigrants
The AtlanticApril 27, 2017

“If you don't get this advanced permission, known as advance parole, then by leaving the country you have effectively abandoned your DACA status,” said Stephen Yale-Loehr, a professor of immigration law practice at Cornell Law School. “If you return ...more »

Inside The Immigrant-Prosecuting Machine That Transformed America's Deportation Policy
Huffington PostApril 26, 2017

Clinton signed immigration reform laws that fast-tracked deportations and helped lay the foundation for the sprawling immigrant detention system that now reserves space to lock up 34,000 immigrants at a time. In a less-publicized development of his ...more »

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