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The U.S. Has Accepted Only 11 Syrian Refugees This Year

Updated at 5:38 p.m. on Monday The Trump administration retaliated Saturday against Syria’s suspected chemical weapons attack, launching missiles with France and the U.K. targeting Syrian regime facilities. “This is about humanity, and it cannot be allowed to happen,” President…
Canada Moves to Ease Pressure on Quebec as Asylum Seeker Numbers Grow

TORONTO (Reuters) – Canada’s government has pledged to help the province of Quebec cope with a growing influx of asylum seekers crossing from the United States, as officials say the province is reaching “saturation point.” The federal government said this…
Summit Educates Teachers on How to Support, Mentor DACA Students

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Typically, educators are the ones teaching students. But on Saturday, dozens of teachers were the ones learning at a seminar organized by the New Mexico Dream Team, where DACA students taught their instructors how to be more…
Report: Over 30 Percent Of Texas Children Have An Immigrant Parent

The Kaiser Family Foundation report follows a study on how changing policies and attitudes towards immigrants can affect a child’s health when their parent is foreign born. Some 2.4 million Texas children have at least one immigrant parent, according to…
Will Immigration Authorities Use Our Taxes to Go After Immigrants?

People across the country filed their tax returns last week, glitches and all. If historical patterns hold up, this year’s taxpayers will include millions of undocumented immigrants. Federal law protects the confidentiality of tax information, but recently concerns have been…
Immigration Myths

When President Trump announced his presidential campaign in June 2015, he spoke about the need for immigration reform by saying of undocumented immigrants, “They’re bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, they’re rapists.” This week troops from the National Guard are sending…