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Watch Arianna Huffington Tell Former Obama Adviser That Record Deportations Are a 'Tragedy'

Watch Arianna Huffington Tell Former Obama Adviser That Record Deportations Are a ‘Tragedy’

by Jorge Rivas on June 3 2013, 3:39PM

Huffington reminded the former Obama advisor that deporting someone means sending them back to a different country and separating them from their families.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Senate Drops Immigration Bill Summary, Will Let Some Deportees Return

Senate Drops Immigration Bill Summary, Will Let Some Deportees Return

by Seth Freed Wessler on April 16 2013, 10:28AM

Deportees who are the parents or spouses of U.S. citizens or permanent residents could apply to return. The same is true for some deported DREAMers.

Topics: Immigration Reform, /NOW

Big Win? Senate Immigration Bill May Let Some Deportees Return

Big Win? Senate Immigration Bill May Let Some Deportees Return

by Seth Freed Wessler on April 15 2013, 5:32PM

In a huge, unexpected victory, sources familiar with the soon-to-be-released Senate immigration reform bill say it may allow some deportees to return to their families in the U.S.

Topics: Immigration, Immigration Reform, /NOW

Could You Wait 163 Years to be Reunited With Your Family?

Could You Wait 163 Years to be Reunited With Your Family?

by Jorge Rivas on March 26 2013, 11:02AM

A 163-year pathway to citizenship contingent upon a broken family immigration system is not a real pathway.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

Immigration Reform May Throw Siblings Under the Bus

Immigration Reform May Throw Siblings Under the Bus

by Seth Freed Wessler on March 26 2013, 6:00AM

Everyone knows the current immigration system is broken. For brothers and sisters waiting for family visas, the way some lawmakers hope to fix it could make things even worse.

Topics: Immigration Reform

Mee Moua Politely Schools GOP Senator Jeff Sessions on Separating Families

Mee Moua Politely Schools GOP Senator Jeff Sessions on Separating Families

by Jorge Rivas on March 19 2013, 1:34PM

When white men get schooled by Asian women.

Topics: Immigration, /NOW

LGBT Couples Seek Inclusion in Immigration Reform

LGBT Couples Seek Inclusion in Immigration Reform

by Michelle Chen on September 14 2010, 9:30AM

In the fractured patchwork of policies governing same-sex marriage, federal restrictions could overlap painfully for transnational LGBT couples.

Topics: Immigration, On Gender

Defining the Immigrant Family: Legal Reform and Common Sense

Defining the Immigrant Family: Legal Reform and Common Sense

by Michelle Chen on August 12 2010, 9:00AM

A legal analysis of the key problem that current immigration policy cannot answer: who do we call mom and dad?

Topics: Immigration, On Gender

Marriage Equality Without Borders: Prop 8 and Immigration

Marriage Equality Without Borders: Prop 8 and Immigration

by Michelle Chen on August 5 2010, 6:30AM

The Prop 8 ruling could change the meaning of the right to marry for couples facing other social barriers, including immigrants and people of color.

Topics: On Gender, Prop 8

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