SAN DIEGO - The government of President Donald Trump reported Thursday that he has reunited 364 children of 5 years or more with their families after they were separated at the border, although there are still hundreds before the expiration of the deadline. by the court.
The Justice Department said in an official document that it has identified 2,551 children who could be covered by the order of federal district judge Dana Sabraw. More than 900 "do not meet the requirements or are not yet known if they comply," and the vast majority of them are under evaluation to verify their parents' identity and ensure that children are safe.
Maria Palacios became a naturalized US citizen in June 2017, but an unclear constitutional rule in Georgia led a judge to deny her the possibility of competing as a Democrat for a seat in the Congress of that southeastern state.
Una poco clara norma de la Constitución de Georgia fue el argumento que usó el fiscal general de ese estado, que luego fue ratificado por un juez, para negarle a María Palacios presentarse como candidata demócrata por el distrito 29 a la Cámara de Representantes Estatal.
The US Citizenship and Immigration Service has informed its officers that they can deny incomplete or erroneous requests and requests, without having to first issue a "request for evidence" (RFE) or a Notice of Intent to Denial (NOID, for its acronym in English). With this, the evaluation and decision will be entirely at the discretion of the official.
This new procedural canon will become effective on September 11 and will have no effect for applications related to the Deferred Action or DACA program. This would apply for errors in the procedures and also for applications that lack supports or documents.
It’s been a decade since Postville, a small town in Iowa, suffered the largest immigration raid at a worksite in U.S. history: 389 immigrants were arrested in the biggest kosher meatpacking plant in the country. As Donald Trump revives some aspects of George W. Bush’s immigration enforcement policies, the Postville experience sheds light on the impact, efficiency and repercussions of massive worksite raids.
A judge temporarily slows the deportations of reunified families after being separated at the border
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had filed an application with Judge Dana Sabraw in the San Diego district for the possibility of deportations of the reunited families. The judge granted a week for government lawyers to respond to these fears.
A federal judge temporarily stopped the deportations of reunified families after being separated at the border on the occasion of the application of the "zero tolerance" of the Donald Trump government.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) had filed an application with Judge Dana Sabraw in the San Diego district for the possibility of deportations of the reunited families.