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Ending TPS for Nicaraguans, Leaving Hondurans in Limbo; Devastates Families, Communities, and Sets Dangerous Precedent
November 8, 2017 – KIND condemns the Trump Administration’s decision to end Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the more than 2,500 Nicaraguans who have lived in the United States for decades. Over 20 years ago
Last August, Lesli Gonzalez, 22, got a phone call at 6 a.m. Did she know Doralinda Lopez de León, a Guatemalan girl who said she was running from danger and had been caught by border
In the waning days of George W. Bush’s presidency, Democrats and Republicans in Congress unanimously agreed to increase protections for victims of human trafficking. Years later, as tens of thousands of Central American children arrived at the
On Sunday night, after repeatedly urging Congress to pass a bill legalizing DACA—an Obama-era program granting work permits and deportation relief to immigrants brought illegally into the country as children—President Donald Trump made that legislative
October 9, 2017—The immigration priorities demanded by the White House in exchange for the DREAM Act is a non-starter. The proposal eviscerates basic protections for immigrant and refugees, and specifically targets refugee and migrant children
WASHINGTON — The White House on Sunday delivered to Congress a long list of hard-line immigration measures that President Trump is demanding in exchange for any deal to protect the young undocumented immigrants known as
By Ending Vital Lifeline for Central American Children, Trump Administration Endangers Thousands and Ensures Many More Will Make Dangerous Journey to US
September 28, 2017—The Trump Administration has just ensured that thousands more children from Central America will make the life-threatening journey to the United States alone to seek safety from gangs and narco-traffickers. Ending the
Despite rhetoric, it is not illegal for children and families to come to our border and seek protection from violence, Julie Linton, MD, FAAP, co-chair of the AAP Immigrant Health Special Interest Group, told attendees