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‘Remain in Mexico’ migrant policy resumes, even as feds and Az advocates vow to end it

The Trump-era “Remain in Mexico” policy will resume, even as DHS vowed to continue working to end the program it is now being forced to reinstate. Opponents of the policy urged the Biden administration to terminate the “inhumane and illegal” program.... Read more»

As asylum seekers push Biden for help, fresh DHS regulations complicate system

Untangling the Trump administration's asylum restrictions may prove difficult for President-elect Joe Biden, who has to manage new DHS regulations — even as hundreds of people have waited some for nearly a year to seek protection in the United States.... Read more»

Coronavirus halts some immigration courts, but not in Arizona

Immigration courts across the country on Wednesday postponed most hearings through April 10, including in Arizona, though for detained adults, teens and children it is business as usual, according to the Executive Office for Immigration Review.... Read more»

Asylum granted: LGBTQ Guatemalan couple begin a new life in Phoenix

A couple from Guatemalan find solace and protection among the LGBTQ community Phoenix after receiving asylum in the United States. ... Read more»

Sinema pushes for streamlined reviews for asylum seekers

Sen. Krysten Sinema joined eight other senators in pressing immigration officials to spin up a pilot program that would streamline the asylum review process, and allow the Trump administration to deport migrant families within 15 days. ... Read more»