Warren's new U.S. immigration policy would end border crossing as a crime
Thursday, 11 July 2019 () Democratic U.S. presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren on Thursday announced a broad immigration policy that would decriminalize undocumented border crossing and end the use of privately run detention centers if she is elected president.
President Donald Trump presented a bill to his Cabinet aimed to boost border security. Additionally, the bill would overhaul the current immigration system to make it more merit-based. An official said..
At least 18 migrant infants and toddlers under the age of two were separated from their parents at the border, says CNN. According to a House Oversight Committee report "nine infants under the age of..
As a new Trump administration policy on Central America asylum-seekers rapidly expands, family separations are increasingly complicated by a formidable barrier: an international border. Yahaira Jacquez..
Confusion prevailed at the Mexico border after US President Donald Trump's new immigration policy aimed at slashing number of asylum seekers went into effect on... Firstpost Also reported by •Seattle Times
Until Thursday, Ms. Warren had not offered a detailed immigration plan. She would decriminalize border crossings and resettle more refugees per year. NYTimes.com Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India •Seattle Times
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The president of U.S. bishops’ conference issued a statement on Tuesday condemning a newly-announced rule on asylum eligibility at... Eurasia Review Also reported by •Seattle Times •CNA