Daily Dispatch 11/16/18


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Daily Dispatch

November 16, 2018


Top Story – Caravan News

As reported earlier, the first of the recent refugee caravans from Central America arrived at the U.S./Mexico border this week. The group of LGBTQ refugees had left the main group following harassment. The San Antonio, Texas-based organization RAICES raised funds for buses from Mexico City to the border. Sandra Cuffe, writing for Al Jazeera, provides some excellent context. [Note: Sandra Cuffe has been covering the refugee caravan for Al Jazeera since the beginning. You can review her articles here.]

 

More Good news

An appellate court in Brooklyn ruled Wednesday that local police officers in New York state can’t hold immigrants in custody beyond their release date solely to turn them over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement without a judicial warrant.

 

A network of cities that provide legal services to immigrants facing deportation is expanding. The Vera Institute for Justice launched the Safety and Fairness for Everyone (SAFE) Network, which currently includes 12 cities and 8 counties around the country.

Denver is the latest city to extend this program.

More background on the SAFE Cities Network.

 

TPS for Haitians will be extended as federal courts agree to let lawsuit move forward.

 

Elizabeth Warren is among a group of Senators who sent letters demanding details from private detention center operators CoreCivic and the GEO Group, as well as their auditors, The Nakamoto Group. 

 

Mother reunited with child five months after separation at the border. More evidence that having legal representation makes all of the difference!

 

 

 

 


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