• September 28, 2021

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Tornillo Tent City for Migrant Teens is on the Verge

EL PASO — After more than six months of serving as a symbol of President Trump’s hardline immigration policies, the detention center for young migrants at Tornillo is on the brink of closing for good. “We expect the vast majority of [unaccompanied alien children] currently at Tornillo to be released to a suitable sponsor by […]Read More

Tornillo Facility for Migrant Kids will Remain Open into 2019,

The immigration detention center for undocumented migrant youth at Tornillo, Texas will remain open into next year, the federal Health and Human Services agency confirmed Thursday. The facility, which critics have called a “tent city” and sits on a remote port of entry in far West Texas, was opened in June to house mainly unaccompanied […]Read More

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

Republicans in Washington Closer to Compromise on Immigration – But

WASHINGTON — Republicans in Congress appear closer to reaching a compromise on immigration — and ending family separations at the Texas-Mexico border — after a closed-door meeting with President Donald Trump Tuesday evening. Trump, who has repeatedly blamed Congress for his administration’s “zero tolerance” policy, encouraged House Republicans to pass a modified version of a […]Read More

Texas House Speaker Straus Asks Trump to End Policy of

Texas’ Republican House Speaker Joe Straus asked President Donald Trump on Tuesday to rescind the “zero tolerance” policy of his administration that has led to thousands of immigrant children being separated from their parents at the border. “I know that members of Congress from both parties have proposed various ways to address this issue in the form […]Read More

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