A Bay Area woman with a rare genetic condition who had feared for years she would be deported, will be able to stay in this country. KTVU's Heather Holmes spoke with Congressman Mark DeSaulnier about the new immigration legislation.
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The boost in unlawful immigration is also likely to be slightly positive for the beleaguered Social Security trust fund.
- NBC News
Seventy-seven Democrats sent a letter to Biden Wednesday criticizing his administration’s policies restricting asylum access for migrants at the southern border.
- Fox News
Hundreds of migrants flew into the Miami International Airport from Cuba, Nicaragua, Venezuela, and Haiti—fearing the Biden admin's immigration program could end after a lawsuit.
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Illegal immigrants from Mexico were taken into custody in Cameron County, Texas, on Monday after they tried to evade authorities by hiding underneath houses.
The number of people making a perilous crossing on foot of the Darien Gap jungle between Colombia and Panama as they head north to try to get to the United States has dropped significantly since the U.S. government tightened its rules on migrants, the International Organization for Migration (IOM) said. Earlier this month Washington expanded COVID-19 pandemic-era restrictions to include migrants from Cuba, Haiti and Nicaragua and not just Venezuelans as people who can be expelled back to Mexico if caught crossing the border into the United States.
- Fox News
A new set of border security measures introduced this month by the Biden administration is facing significant pushback from both Republicans and Democrats across the U.S.
- Miami Herald
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas is visiting Miami on Monday to meet with the Haitian and Cuban communities as well as local and federal authorities.
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During a White House briefing on Friday, press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responded to a question from Yahoo News Senior White House Correspondent Alex Nazaryan about concerns from New York City Mayor Eric Adams about the Biden administration’s ability to handle a new surge of migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border. Jean-Pierre contended that the administration’s efforts have helped to reduce illegal immigration at the southern border.
- USA TODAY
A U.S. law is designed to shield kids from traffickers. But often it separates them from their grandparents or aunts.
The United States is poised to start using fast-track asylum screenings at the U.S.-Mexico border, part of U.S. President Joe Biden's recent efforts to address a record number of illegal crossings, five sources told Reuters. The move is likely to upset immigration advocates, some fellow Democrats and asylum officers who criticized similar programs implemented under Republican former President Donald Trump. The government is starting to plan for the rapid screenings to determine whether arriving migrants at the border have a legitimate fear of persecution or torture in their home countries - the first step in an asylum claim, the five sources told Reuters.