Julia Preston

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed immigration judges this week, saying, “Asylum was never meant to alleviate all problems, even all serious problems that people face everyday,…

Asylum claims get tougher for domestic violence survivors

Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed immigration judges this week, saying, “Asylum was never meant to alleviate all problems, even all serious problems that people face everyday,…

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For foreigners looking to win asylum in the U.S., the prospects are better for women who are also victims of domestic or sexual violence.

Domestic violence may no longer be a reason to grant asylum

For foreigners looking to win asylum in the U.S., the prospects are better for women who are also victims of domestic or sexual violence.

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Donald Trump's wall to keep undocumented Mexican immigrants out of the country might have unintended consequences as the flow migrants appears to be changing directions.

More Mexican Immigrants Leaving the US than Entering

Donald Trump's wall to keep undocumented Mexican immigrants out of the country might have unintended consequences as the flow migrants appears to be changing directions.

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