• May 22, 2022

Tags : asylum

3 Central Americans Separated from Their Children at US-Mexico Border

Three Central Americans detained after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border to seek asylum are suing the federal government over its now-reversed policy of separating them from their young children. The lawsuit, filed by lawyers with Texas RioGrande Legal Aid on Wednesday, argues the Trump administration’s policy of separating immigrant youth from their parents — which the president pulled back on […]Read More

U.S. Attorney General: Victims of Domestic or Gang Violence Alone

United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions ruled Monday that most victims of domestic or gang violence alone were generally not eligible for asylum under federal law, a move that reverses long-standing U.S. policy and, immigration attorneys and advocacy groups say, paves the way for victims of violence to stay trapped in their home countries. Sessions overruled the Board of Immigration […]Read More