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Immigration And Customs Enforcement Twitter Account ‘Doesn’t Exist’

Immigration And Customs Enforcement Twitter Account ‘Doesn’t Exist’

KAYLEE GREENLEE Reporter The Immigration and Customs Enforcement Twitter account “doesn’t exist” on the social networking site as of Thursday afternoon. The account (@ICEgov) does not appear to have been suspended, since Twitter places disclaimers on accounts suspended for violating the “Twitter Rules.” Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) was active on the account as of […]

Federal Judge Vacates Trump Administration’s ‘Public Charge’ Rule

Federal Judge Vacates Trump Administration’s ‘Public Charge’ Rule

BY ISABEL VAN BRUGEN A federal judge in Chicago threw out a key immigration rule on Monday that makes it easier for the Trump administration to deny legal status to immigrants who receive public assistance. Judge Gary Feinerman of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, an Obama appointee, issued a nationwide halt to the “public charge” […]

Sheriff to report on Contact Between Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Inmates

Sheriff to report on Contact Between Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Inmates

Ventura, CA – The County of Ventura Board of Supervisors will hold a public community forum according to the provisions of AB2792 Transparent Review of Unjust Transfers and Holds (TRUTH) Act on: November 17, 2020 at 4:00 p.m. at: County Government Center Hall of Administration Board of Supervisors Hearing Room 800 S. Victoria Avenue Ventura, […]

After Fleeing Socialism, Some Immigrants Fear for America’s Future

After Fleeing Socialism, Some Immigrants Fear for America’s Future

BY BOWEN XIAO MIAMI—A diverse group of supporters gathered outside President Donald Trump’s hotel in Doral, hoping to catch a glimpse of him during a recent Latinos roundtable event. Many were exiles from socialist or communist regimes like Cuba and Venezuela. This personal backdrop—many having fled to America—and the notion that the Democratic party has been shifting […]

Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States ‘2020’

Hispanic Heritage Month in the United States ‘2020’

    By Armando Vazquez Makes me want to Holler; Ya Basta con Trump Mi Gente!   Fact Check – Cages Were Used in the Obama Administration If it were not so pathetically packaged as totally absurd, insincere and damaged capitalistic propaganda, of absolutely no consequence or redeeming value whatsoever, for the roughly 18 million […]

Judge Orders Trump Admin to Stop Holding Migrant Children in Hotel Detention

Judge Orders Trump Admin to Stop Holding Migrant Children in Hotel Detention

BY JANITA KAN A federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to end its practice of detaining children asylum seekers in hotels while arrangements are made to expel them from the country as part of an immigration policy designed to curb the spread of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic. U.S. District Court Judge Dolly Gee in Los Angeles […]

The Chicano Moratorium: A 50 Year Struggle Continues

The Chicano Moratorium: A 50 Year Struggle Continues

    By Armando Vazquez “Today, the sixteenth of September, the day of independence for all Mexican peoples, I declare my independence of the Selective Service System. I accuse the government of the United States of America of genocide against the Mexican people. Specifically, I accuse the draft, the entire social, political, and economical system […]

All New DACA Applications Will Be Rejected, Renewals Shortened, DHS Says

All New DACA Applications Will Be Rejected, Renewals Shortened, DHS Says

BY ZACHARY STIEBER All new applications to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program will be rejected, under a new memo issued July 28 by Acting Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf. DACA is a highly controversial program that shields hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants who came to the United States as children from deportation. It was created through executive […]

Here’s How College Professors And Students Are Trying To Stop ICE From Deporting International Students

Here’s How College Professors And Students Are Trying To Stop ICE From Deporting International Students

By Jake Dima and  Spencer Landis  Several top universities and professors are pushing back against a recent ICE mandate that could deport international students taking only online courses.  Online-only schooling has become commonplace since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, but college professors at some institutions have sought to establish in-person dummy classes to shield international […]

Trump Says He Is Seeking Legal Solution on DACA Following Supreme Court Ruling

Trump Says He Is Seeking Legal Solution on DACA Following Supreme Court Ruling

BY JANITA KAN President Donald Trump decried the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to reject his bid to end an Obama-era program that provided legal protections and work authorizations to illegal immigrants who were brought into the United States as children, saying they have to “start this process all over again” for a legal solution. On Thursday morning, the Supreme […]