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ICE says foreign students can't take online-only classes in the fall

ICE says foreign students can't take online-only classes in the fall

The Trump administration on Monday unveiled new fall semester rules for foreign students, including a requirement that they take in-person classes to remain in the U.S., a condition that raised concerns as certain colleges and universities are planning to use online instruction because of the coronavirus pandemic.Under the new by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), which oversees the U.S. Student and Exchange Visitor Program, foreigners with F-1 or M-1 visas — which are for academic and vocational international students, respectively — will not be allowed to participate in an...

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Supreme Court sides with Trump on speedy deportations of asylum-seekers

Supreme Court sides with Trump on speedy deportations of asylum-seekers

The Supreme Court on Thursday ruled that migrants placed in fast-tracked deportation proceedings can't appeal negative asylum decisions in federal court, finding that speedy removals don't violate due process rights or constitutional protections against unlawful detention.In a 7-2 authored by Justice Samuel Alito, the court said asylum-seekers whom the government seeks to summarily deport are not entitled to seek habeas corpus. The opinion from Alito, a conservative jurist appointed by President George W. Bush, said a 1996 immigration law that authorized these speedy deportations for...

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U.S. ramps up mass expulsions of migrants as border crossings rise

U.S. ramps up mass expulsions of migrants as border crossings rise

U.S. immigration officials at the southern border carried out more than 20,000 summary expulsions of migrants last month as unauthorized border crossings increased by the thousands — despite strict U.S. coronavirus restrictions and lockdowns in Mexico and Central America.Customs and Border Protection officials at the U.S.-Mexico border encountered more than 23,000 unauthorized migrants in May and swiftly expelled over 20,000 of them under an emergency directive by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to published on Friday. In April, the first full month of the public...

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U.S. policy of expelling migrant children during pandemic faces first court challenge

U.S. policy of expelling migrant children during pandemic faces first court challenge

Lawyers for a 16-year-old boy from Honduras on Tuesday made a last-ditch attempt to stop his swift deportation from U.S. soil, mounting the first legal challenge against the Trump administration's policy of rapidly  from the southern border during the coronavirus pandemic. In a lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., the American Civil Liberties Union argued that the teenage boy's expulsion from the U.S. would violate the anti-trafficking and asylum laws that afford special protections for unaccompanied migrant children who arrive at the southern border without their...

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U.S. suspends protections for migrant kids at border, expelling hundreds amid pandemic

U.S. suspends protections for migrant kids at border, expelling hundreds amid pandemic

María does not know what to do. Her request for U.S. asylum was denied. Her authorization to be in Mexico, contingent on having an ongoing U.S. immigration case, has expired. And now, the U.S. has sent her 10-year-old son alone to Honduras, where she fled an abusive partner who threatened to kill her if she returns.After losing their asylum case under the Remain-in-Mexico policy, which has granted protection to of the migrants who have completed their proceedings under the program, María allowed Jesús, her young son, to cross the border alone to turn himself over to U.S. officials, thinking...

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Trump targets immigrant visas he's long sought to limit in new coronavirus proclamation

Trump targets immigrant visas he's long sought to limit in new coronavirus proclamation

President Trump on Wednesday signed a proclamation to certain visas for foreigners seeking to move permanently to the U.S., decreeing that the admission of new immigrants would hurt American workers already struggling in an economy ravaged by the .The , which will take effect Thursday night, applies to people overseas seeking to become U.S. permanent residents through petitions filed by their family members or employers in the U.S. The order also pauses the diversity visa lottery, a frequent target of Mr. Trump's ire. Since it restricts family-based immigration, the main way people move...

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22-year-old Guatemalan asylum-seeker dies in ICE custody; 8th death since October

22-year-old Guatemalan asylum-seeker dies in ICE custody; 8th death since October

A 22-year-old asylum-seeker from Guatemala detained by U.S. immigration authorities died at a Texas hospital Sunday, becoming the eighth immigrant to die in the custody of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in fiscal year 2020. Maria Celéste Ochoa Yoc de Ramírez, whose death was first reported by , had been hospitalized since February 18.According to officials, Ochoa Yoc de Ramírez died of "autoimmune hepatitis, complicated by septic shock and acute liver failure" at a hospital in Fort Worth.Ochoa Yoc de Ramírez had family in the U.S. and passed her credible fear interview, the first...

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Judge rules Cuccinelli appointment to top immigration post was unlawful, voiding some asylum orders

Judge rules Cuccinelli appointment to top immigration post was unlawful, voiding some asylum orders

Washington — A federal judge on Sunday ruled that Ken Cuccinelli was unlawfully in the Trump administration, invalidating some of his directives to restrict the access asylum-seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border have to lawyers.In his , Judge Randolph Moss of the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., said Cuccinelli was "not lawfully" appointed last year as acting director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) that administers and vets benefits for non-citizens like refugees, asylum-seekers and green card holders...

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After ordering Trump to stop returning asylum-seekers to Mexico, court pauses own ruling

After ordering Trump to stop returning asylum-seekers to Mexico, court pauses own ruling

A federal appeals court in California on Friday initially blocked a centerpiece of the Trump administration's network of restrictive policies at the southern border, ordering officials there to stop sending asylum-seekers to Mexico, where tens of thousands of Latin American migrants returned by the U.S. have been stranded for months.But later on Friday, the same court temporarily paused its own order, granting an emergency request filed by Trump administration lawyers who rushed to defend the controversial Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) program. Through its initial ruling, the 9th...

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