Immigration

  • Caravan to travel 1,700 miles to witness border problems

    A group of faith leaders is caravaning 1,700 miles to the Tornillo detention center, where hundreds of unaccompanied minors are…

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  • Protesters “occupy,” briefly shut down Detroit ICE office

    “We’re going to be in the street fighting, at the border shutting down the detention camps,….”

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  • Immigrants Might Save Michigan From Losing Another Congressional Seat

    Michigan’s influence in Washington is already waning. The 2020 census could lead to even less representation.

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  • Appeals court hears arguments in Iraqi deportation case

    The appeals court decision could affect some 1400 Iraqis with removal orders.

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  • Out of the Limelight, Cindy Garcia Keeps Fighting for Immigrant Family Reunification

    Cindy Garcia is in Michigan trying to keep Jorge’s story alive

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  • Facing deportation, he needs a miracle. A Detroit church may provide one.

    …but stepping outside the church – even to go to the hospital – could get Rranxburgaj deported.

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  • OneDetroit | Jorge Garcia Deported

    e’s tried to find a pathway to legal citizenship for years and has no criminal record, but on Monday, was…

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  • Iraqi nationals challenging deportation win key ruling

    The government must release detainees who don’t get a bond hearing by Feb. 2.

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  • They grew up in the United States. They’re finding a better life abroad.

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  • American dream, Mexican nightmare: A Michigan mom’s life after deportation.

    It is Mexico itself, Juarez said, that scares her. Once again, a dead body was found near her home in…

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