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The spider web of legal questions that could ensnare Texas's sanctuary cities banAfter ruling, deported immigrant plans return to Mich.Judge: Trump Deportation Order for Man in Hawaii 'Inhumane'Judge: Trump deportation order for man in Hawaii 'inhumane'Deportation Fears Silence Some Domestic Violence VictimsQatar: Activist at risk of torture after deportation to Saudi ArabiaSome fight, others flee over Texas immigration crackdownMan asked about legal status on light rail train to be deported ...Defense Attorney Arrested For Allegedly Using Threat of Deportation To Stop Rape Victim From TestifyingWomen Are Now Living With the Fear of Deportation If They Report ...'Law & Order: SVU' Tackles Hate Crimes and Deportation in the ...Judge Slams Law Firm Blocking Deportation of Rochdale Muslim Grooming GangDenver fights back against Trump's deportation crackdown with surprisingly simple change in lawThe Supreme Court's Immigration Law ShowdownA New Proposal Could Protect Farmworkers From Deportation - Eater

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Women Are Now Living With the Fear of Deportation If They Report ...
Mother JonesMay 25, 2017

President Donald Trump's January executive orders on immigration worried advocates working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, who ...more »

A New Proposal Could Protect Farmworkers From Deportation - Eater
EaterMay 23, 2017

Undocumented farmworkers are the backbone of the United States' agriculture industry, a situation that has long posed numerous challenges for these workers, ...more »

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The spider web of legal questions that could ensnare Texas's sanctuary cities ban
Washington PostMay 31, 2017

So although it's about to be a crime under state law to refuse to hand over immigrants to federal officials, ignoring deportation requests are perfectly legal under federal law. (See question No. 4.) This is why President Trump's executive order ...more »

After ruling, deported immigrant plans return to Mich.
The Detroit NewsMay 31, 2017

Since Esquivel-Quintana's conduct did not constitute sexual abuse under federal immigration laws, Thomas said the state conviction did not count as an aggravated felony and he could not be deported. Esquivel-Quintana moved to the United States with his ...more »

Judge: Trump Deportation Order for Man in Hawaii 'Inhumane'
U.S. News & World ReportMay 30, 2017

A Trump administration order to deport a man who entered the country illegally nearly three decades ago and became a respected businessman in Hawaii was "inhumane" and "contrary to the values of the country and its legal system," Reinhardt, a judge on ...more »

Judge: Trump deportation order for man in Hawaii 'inhumane'
ABC NewsMay 30, 2017

... a crime under California law, but his conduct did not violate federal immigration law. Also Tuesday, a divided 11-judge panel of the 9th Circuit upheld a law that bars people who are in the country illegally from avoiding deportation if they are ...more »

Deportation Fears Silence Some Domestic Violence Victims
TIMEMay 30, 2017

But concern about the law has already consumed the community. Libby Hasse, a staff attorney at Tahirih's Houston branch, says she's heard a lot from a client who is a survivor of sex trafficking who watches a lot of Spanish-language news and has shown ...more »

Qatar: Activist at risk of torture after deportation to Saudi Arabia
Amnesty InternationalMay 30, 2017

Forcibly returning Mohammad al-Otaibi to Saudi Arabia under the guise of judicial cooperation, where he risks torture and an unfair trial, is a shameful and inhuman act on the part of the Qatari authorities and a blatant violation of international law.more »

Some fight, others flee over Texas immigration crackdown
CBS NewsMay 29, 2017

AUSTIN, Texas -- Abril Gallardo rode 15 hours in a van to urge fellow Hispanics living in the Texas capital of Austin to fight back against a new state law targeting "sanctuary cities," an immigration crackdown reminiscent of one her home state of ...more »

Man asked about legal status on light rail train to be deported ...
Minneapolis Star TribuneMay 27, 2017

A man questioned by a Metro Transit officer about his immigration status while riding the light rail this month, a scene captured in a video viewed more than a ...more »

Defense Attorney Arrested For Allegedly Using Threat of Deportation To Stop Rape Victim From Testifying
Above the LawMay 25, 2017

They “explained that the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) would likely be present in the courtroom for their client … and cited new federal laws and policies and maintained there is a high risk that” they would be deported if they ...more »

Women Are Now Living With the Fear of Deportation If They Report ...
Mother JonesMay 25, 2017

President Donald Trump's January executive orders on immigration worried advocates working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault, who ...more »

'Law & Order: SVU' Tackles Hate Crimes and Deportation in the ...
TVInsiderMay 24, 2017

No stranger to controversial topics, 'Law & Order: SVU' will take on deportation and hate crimes in the Season 18 ender.more »

Judge Slams Law Firm Blocking Deportation of Rochdale Muslim Grooming Gang
Breitbart NewsMay 24, 2017

A top immigration judge has criticised a “cavalier and unprofessional” law firm for obstructing the deportation of members of the Rochdale child sex gang and “weakening the rule of law”. Only two of the nine men convicted following the Rochdale child ...more »

Denver fights back against Trump's deportation crackdown with surprisingly simple change in law
Washington PostMay 24, 2017

Under federal law, an immigrant living in the United States legally can be deported for committing a low-level crime, like shoplifting or trespassing, as long as that offense carries a potential sentence of one year. This means that even someone living ...more »

The Supreme Court's Immigration Law Showdown
The AtlanticMay 24, 2017

Many of the remaining cases, however, pose questions like “[w]hether the filing of a putative class action serves, under the American Pipe & Construction Co. v. Utah rule, to satisfy the three-year time limitation in Section 13 of the Securities Act ...more »

A New Proposal Could Protect Farmworkers From Deportation - Eater
EaterMay 23, 2017

Undocumented farmworkers are the backbone of the United States' agriculture industry, a situation that has long posed numerous challenges for these workers, ...more »

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