Melissa Keaney

National Immigration Law Center

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Staff attorney with the National Immigration Law Center

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Garcia de Rayos was deported after showing up for a routine meeting with a local immigration officer. In past years, officials reviewed her case, then released her.

Phoenix woman becomes lightning rod for Trump's new policy on undocumented immigrants

Garcia de Rayos was deported after showing up for a routine meeting with a local immigration officer. In past years, officials reviewed her case, then released her.

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Immigrants’ rights activists are showering praise on Governor Brown for
8 new laws he signed into effect this weekend, including the Trust Act. It prohibits local law enforcement…

Gov. Jerry Brown Signs The Trust Act, Other New Laws

Immigrants’ rights activists are showering praise on Governor Brown for 8 new laws he signed into effect this weekend, including the Trust Act. It prohibits local law enforcement…

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