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More demands to close immigration courts as judge tests positive for COVID-19

Immigration lawyers, judges and prosecutors sent a joint message to the Department of Justice to close the courts.

Judges ask DOJ to reconsider hearings in high-traffic immigration courts amid coronavirus outbreak

Judges and attorneys working in immigration courts say they need federal support to protect their clients and the public.

Final charge dismissed against humanitarian aid worker Scott Warren

Prosecutors declined to say why they dropped the case against Warren.

Crackdown on immigrants who use public benefits takes effect

Advocates say as a result many immigrants are dropping government social services, including citizens and legal residents.

Arizona sanctuary city ban dies in the Legislature

The proposed constitutional amendment was pulled from further consideration.

Judge caps time CBP can hold migrants in ‘degrading’ Tucson centers

The ruling noted overcrowding, a lack of sleeping areas or blankets, a lack of showers and other problems.

Homeland Security waives contracting laws for border wall

The move is expected to speed construction and bring the president closer to his pledge of 450 miles by year's end.

Mexico says fewer migrants are reaching the US border

The country's administration says its efforts to the reduce the flow of migrants are proving effective.

‘Remain in Mexico’ policy’s impact in Nogales, Sonora

The migrant protection protocols expanded to Nogales in January 2020.

Touring a new center for migrants and deportees in at the border

The facility allows Kino Border Services to drastically expand its services in Nogales, Sonora.

DOJ sanctuary city crackdown won't impact Arizona cities, US attorney's office says

The state doesn't have sanctuary cities or policies that fit that definition, an assistant U.S. attorney in Arizona said.

Federal judge throws out No More Deaths convictions

The volunteers had been convicted of misdemeanors after leaving food and water in the Cabeza Prieta National Wildlife Refuge.

Supreme Court says ‘public charge’ rule can take effect — for now

The policy will require migrants to demonstrate that they will not need public assistance before they can gain admission to the U.S.

Judge overseeing Border Patrol trial may order tents for Tucson Sector

Government attorneys said the number of families seeking asylum in the sector is already far higher than the last fiscal year.

US sending Mexican migrants 1,000 miles from border

Mexicans accounted for half of the arrests and people stopped at the U.S. border in December.

Mexican consulates to reinforce legal protections for workers

The country has asked its consulates to partner with nonprofits to strengthen protections for Mexican workers ahead of the USMCA.

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