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Trump Loses Travel Ban in Appeals Court
The Wrong Help Can Hurt
Immigration Activist Applies for DACA
DACA'S Fate Still Undecided
Trump Wants Budget Increase for Deportations


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Obama's New Immigration Law Shut Down
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Trump Loses Travel Ban in Appeals Court

Trump Loses Travel Ban Ruling in Appeals Court
The effort to limit travel to predominantly Muslim countries by President Trump’s revised travel ban was denied by a second federal court of appeal. It was a unanimous decisions by a panel of three judges.

The Wrong Help Can Hurt

                     THE WRONG HELP CAN HURT
                       BEWARE OF IMMIGRATION SCAMS - USCIS Publication 

Who can help me with my USCIS Case?
You can always represent yourself before USCIS. Many people, including family members, may be willing to help you fill out USCIS forms with the information you provide. These people may do this for free or charge a small fee.

Immigration Activist Applies for DACA

“Immigration activist who says she was victim of retaliation by Border Patrol applies for ‘Dreamer’ protections”
by James Queally
Los Angeles Times

On May 18, Claudia Rueda was arrested outside of her aunt’s home by agents with the United States Customs and Border Protection. The agents claim they were involved in a drug investigation in the area but neither Claudia nor the six other individuals arrested were brought in on drug charges. Rueda believes her detention happened in response to her protest against her mother’s arrest days earlier. Now, Rueda plans on applying for DACA.

DACA'S Fate Still Undecided

“Fate of program to protect young immigrants still undecided”
by Alicia Caldwell
Washington Post
As of June 16, the Trump administration remains undecided on the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program. Proposed by the Obama administration, DAPA seeks to protect and assist the immigrant parents of US citizens. However, the program has yet to be passed. In response to growing concerns around how this will affect DACA, or the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security has assured that DACA “has not changed” and will remain enforced.

Trump Wants Budget Increase for Deportations

Trump Wants Multibillion Dollar Budget Increase For Deportations
Federal immigration arrests — already up sharply since President Trump took office — could rise dramatically next year if Congress approves the administration’s multibillion-dollar budget proposal, the nation’s top enforcement official said Tuesday.

Trump's Second Ban Shot Down Again by Appeals Court

Trump’s Second Ban Shot Down Again By Appeals Court
This week theNinth Circuit Court of Appealsdetermined that the president exceeded his authority by issuing an Executive Order (EO) that did not respect the very statutes Congress enacted.
The Court found that the EO’s reasons do not support the conclusion that the entry of nationals from the six countries would harm national interests.

Trump's Arrest of Overstay Immigrants

“In 100 Days, ICE Officers Arrested over 41,000 Illegal Immigrants”
National Review
“Staggering number of visa overstays now biggest problem in illegal immigration”
Washington Times
            Between January 22 and April 29, ICE has arrested over 41,000 illegal immigrants on the coattails of President Donald Trump’s executive order for stricter immigration enforcement. Compared to this time last year, this is a 37.6% increase in arrests.

Immigration and Cell Phone Tracking

Trump’s immigration crackdown relies on controversial cellphone tracking device”
            Previously used in counterterrorism operations, the controversial device, called a Stingray, is often used to pinpoint cellphones in a targeted area. The device does so by imitating a cellphone tower, making cellphone signals appear on the Stingray rather than on an actual tower. Recently, federal records have demonstrated that ICE has been using these devices in order to track down undocumented immigrants.

DAPA is dead, DACA remains

President Trump's Department of Homeland Security has rescinded former President Barack Obama's order shielding millions of migrants from deportation, but is letting stand a policy that grants reprieves to people who arrived in the United States as children.

"Dreamers" "who were issued three-year extensions before the district court’s injunction will not be affected, and will be eligible to seek a two-year extension upon their expiration.

Trump's Executive Orders on Immigration

“Key points in Trump's immigration executive orders”
link: http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/25/politics/donald-trump-immigration-executive-orders/
Date: January 26, 2017
Summary: One of the major details is the wall, in which Donald Trump states that it must be explicitly a physical wall or barrier. In regards to deportation, Department of Homeland Security has been instructed to hire 5,000 more agents and 10,000 immigration officers. These officers should be trained in order to interrogate, detain, arrest, and look for non-citizens.
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