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IC4IJ on Trump’s Census Exec Order: Fear or resilience?

Ontario, CA — There is no question that the Trump administration has worked tirelessly to strip immigrant communities from every right available to us as people. From family separation, children in cages, the right to asylum, Indefinite detention, deportations and most recently the use of federal agents to criminalize protesters and civil rights activists.  Now, …

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Public Charge

COVID-19 UPDATE: “USCIS has announced that immigrants can seek testing, treatment, and prevention of COVID-19 without fearing immigration consequences due to public charge. The public charge regulations from the Department of Homeland Security & Department of State — which institute a wealth test in our immigration system – went into effect on Monday, February 24, …

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GEO Group Files Shameless Lawsuit

Following their move for 15 year contracts, GEO Group files shameless lawsuit to protect profit-driven private prisons & detention centers. Adelanto, CA – The multi-billion dollar private prison corporation, GEO group, has filed a lawsuit in an attempt to stop the implementation of CA State Law AB-32 which prohibits new for-profit prison contracts after January 1st. Lizbeth …

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ICIJ Policy: New Study Outlines Barriers for Undocumented Elders to Healthcare

Tuesday November 19, 2019 Contact: Media@ic4ij.org Riverside, CA – On Monday, ICIJ Director Javier Hernandez facilitated a panel discussion on the obstacles facing Undocumented Elders in the Inland Empire. The panel was part of a collaborative study with Professor Cecilia Ayón, MSW, PhD, School of Public Policy, University of California Riverside, the Center for Social …

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