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Appeals Court Keeps Block on Texas Migrant Arrest Law

A federal appeals court late Tuesday ruled against Texas in its bitter clash with the federal government, deciding that a law allowing the...

Mexico Condemns Texas Law, and Says It Will Not Accept Deportations From the State

Mexico will not accept deportations made by Texas “under any circumstances,” the country’s foreign ministry said on Tuesday in response to the U.S....

One Big Reason Migrants Are Coming in Droves: They Believe They Can Stay

For decades, single young men, mainly from Mexico and later Central America, did their best to sneak past U.S. border agents to reach...

He Killed His Molester as a Teenager. Should He Be Spared Deportation?

Marco Flores was months away from finishing his prison sentence when an immigration agent showed up last spring at the maximum-security Souza-Baranowski Correctional...

Biden Said He’d Veer From Trump on Immigration. The Reality Is More Complicated.

WASHINGTON — In his final debate with Donald J. Trump on Oct. 22, 2020, Joseph R. Biden Jr., then a candidate, excoriated his...

Court Widens Scope of Deportations

A Biden administration policy that prioritized the arrest of undocumented immigrants who are considered a threat to public safety and national security has...
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