Immigration

Immigration

Trump plan to boost Border Patrol is in trouble

President Trump ordered the Border Patrol to hire 5,000 new agents to enforce aggressive new immigration policies. Four months later, the agency hasn’t even filled the vacancies it had before Trump took office —and critics on both sides of the immigration debate say it will be years, if ever, before all of that hiring can be completed.

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Immigration attorney Ira Kurzban addresses Haitians TPS status

Ira Kurzban, a respected immigration attorney who was honored at the event for his decades-long fight on behalf of Haitian refugees, said there are ongoing talks with the American Civil Liberties Union about the possibility of going to court if TPS is terminated.
Pedro Portal The Miami Herald
Immigration attorney Ira Kurzban addresses Haitians TPS status 1:23

Immigration attorney Ira Kurzban addresses Haitians TPS status

Protesters gather to oppose President Trump's immigration measures 1:08

Protesters gather to oppose President Trump's immigration measures

'Kid Caravan' rallies against Trump's immigration policies in D.C. 1:41

'Kid Caravan' rallies against Trump's immigration policies in D.C.

Rev. Jesse Jackson: The vote can be a powerful tool 6:38

Rev. Jesse Jackson: The vote can be a powerful tool