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Mimi Dwyer

Children rapidly deported from the United States strain Guatemalan shelters

9:11am EDT

GUATEMALA CITY/LOS ANGELES Hundreds of migrant children rapidly expelled from the United States under a coronavirus immigration policy are returning to shelters in Guatemala where virus testing and bed capacity are regularly stretched to their limits.

Trump orders voting districts to exclude people in U.S. illegally

Jul 21 2020

By Nick Brown, Mica Rosenberg, Mimi Dwyer and Alexandra Alper | Video

Harvard, MIT seek temporary halt to Trump administration rule on international students

Jul 08 2020

NEW YORK Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology sued the Trump administration on Wednesday, seeking to block a new rule that would bar foreign students from remaining in the United States if their universities move all courses online due to the coronavirus pandemic. | Video

Foreign students fret over being sent home after U.S. visa rule

Jul 08 2020

When the phone rang Tuesday morning, Raul Romero had barely slept. | Video

U.S. colleges scramble after new Trump order on foreign students

Jul 08 2020

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Many U.S. colleges were scrambling on Tuesday to modify plans for the fall semester in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic a day after the Trump administration issued an order that could force tens of thousands of foreign students to leave the country if their schools hold all classes online. | Video

U.S. to force out foreign students taking classes fully online

Jul 07 2020

NEW YORK Foreign students in the United States, numbering in the hundreds of thousands, will have to leave the country if their classes are all taught online this fall or if they transfer to another school with in-person instruction, a government agency said. | Video

U.S. agency prepares for massive staff cuts in blow to legal immigration system

Jun 24 2020

NEW YORK The U.S. agency in charge of processing immigration applications said on Wednesday it was preparing to furlough nearly 70% of its workforce unless it received fresh funding, a move employees say could bring an already backlogged system to a virtual halt.

Videos of alleged police misconduct went viral. Then what happened?

Jun 23 2020

Some U.S. authorities have moved with unusual speed to fire, suspend or charge police officers caught on video hitting and pushing peaceful protesters and targeting them with pepper spray during nationwide protests in recent weeks, a Reuters review of 44 videos recorded during the demonstrations found.

Factbox: Who is affected by Trump's new rules on work visas?

Jun 22 2020

NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump suspended the entry of certain foreign workers on Monday until the end of the year, a move the White House said would help the coronavirus-battered economy, but which business groups strongly oppose.

Factbox: Who is affected by Trump's new rules on work visas?

Jun 22 2020

NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump suspended the entry of certain foreign workers on Monday until the end of the year, a move the White House said would help the coronavirus-battered economy, but which business groups strongly oppose.

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