February 2018

Trump’s Hardline Approach Is Forcing Immigrant Advocates to Readjust: Over the years, they’ve pushed for reform, but the latest attempt at policy change is forcing them to consider how far they’re willing to go to protect young undocumented immigrants, Atlantic, Feb....

March 2018

There Are Echoes of the Fugitive Slave Act in Today’s Immigration Debate, The American Prospect, March 6, 2018 These women could lose their right to work in the US, Wired, March 9,...

April 2018

A Year Later, Fewer Deportations in Cities That Adopted “Welcoming” Policies: Where local governments collaborate with ICE, deportations have increased more than 75 percent. New Mexico shows a different way., Yes! Magazine, April 11, 2018 Trump ordered National Guard...

May 2018

The Trump Administration’s Hard Line on Refugees Comes Under Fire, The New Yorker, May 1, 2018 Seeking asylum in the U.S. under Trump, Jessica Villagomez, PBS News Hour, May 1, 2018 Hundreds of Immigrant Children Have Been Taken From Parents at U.S. Border, NY Times,...

June 2018

US expected to limit visa length for Chinese students, Daily Northwestern, June 1, 2018 CEO OF NON-PROFIT SHELTER THAT CALLED POLICE ON SENATOR FOR TRYING TO VISIT DETAINED CHILDREN PAID $770,860, Newsweek, June 4,...

July 2018

Trump plans to rescind work permits for spouses of immigrants on H-1B visas: Advocates say revoking the Obama-era rule could confine spouses at home and strip their families of a necessary second income, The Guardian, July 27, 2018 Justice Department: Use...