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IMMIGRATION

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Believe it or not, it's possible to acknowledge that migrants crossing our borders illegally are engaged in a proud American tradition — how many of our ancestors were immigrants seeking safety and prosperity for their families? — while simultaneously believing that immigration ought to be regulated and orderly.
According to The New York Times, the current spasm of violence is being driven by the government's announcement that it was raising fuel prices. Haiti has been in turmoil since the assassination of its president last year. In recent days, gangs have killed police officers and journalists, the newspaper reported.
With proposals to modernize the H-2A seasonal visa program, state labor unions, legal experts and a southern Minnesota local orchard speak to how federal and state labor regulations play out in Minnesota.
The sudden closure of Lutheran Social Services of North Dakota in January 2021 left people like Suheila Hamid in a lurch when it came to finding affordable legal services to help relatives immigrate to the U.S.
The migrants died inside a tractor-trailer in San Antonio, Texas, where temperatures swelled to a high of 103 degrees. It was one of the most deadly recent incidents of human smuggling along the U.S.-Mexico border.
Temperatures in San Antonio, which is about 160 miles from the Mexican border, swelled to a high of 103 degrees on Monday with high humidity.

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Despite the setback, the administration is moving ahead with other changes at the border in an attempt to advance Biden's plans to better manage migrant arrivals.
A federal judge in Louisiana blocked U.S. authorities from lifting Title 42, which since March 2020 has empowered U.S. agents to quickly turn back over a million migrants to Mexico and other countries.
The policy prevented certain non-Mexican migrants, including asylum seekers fearing persecution in their home countries, from being released into the United States to await immigration proceedings, instead returning them to Mexico.

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