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Most Americans want DREAMers to stay — and the wall to go

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| Americans are not sold on President Trump's immigration deal that calls for billions for a border wall. That's one finding of an NPR/Ipsos poll that shows Americans sharply divided on immigration.

Immigrants losing deportation protection have few options

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Immigrant service agencies in Southern California are hurrying to screen those who will lose their temporary permission to live and work legally in the U.S.

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ICE formalizes plan to make courthouse arrests

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In a jab at sanctuary cities, immigration authorities say the unwillingness of local jurisdictions to transfer "targeted aliens inside their prisons and jails has necessitated additional at-large arrests."

Syrian immigrants can renew deportation protection — for now

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The Trump administration is allowing about 7,000 Syrian immigrants temporarily renew their ability to live in the U.S. legally, but it is unclear what happens next.

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Both sides blast Trump plan to cut family-tied immigration

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President Trump proposed allowing DACA recipients reach citizenship while dramatically reducing family-based legal immigration. The proposal may not get far.

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A father, a husband, an immigrant: Detained and facing deportation

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Manuel came to the U.S. illegally two decades ago, one of 143,470 such people who were arrested in the country's interior last year. Most are ordered to leave. For six months, Manuel awaited his fate.

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Here are Trump's immigration demands

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On the table: a path to citizenship for up to 1.8 million people, $25 billion for a border wall and changes to the legal immigration system. Read the draft plan.

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Mayors boycott Trump meeting after sanctuary cities threat

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L.A. and 22 other jurisdictions were threatened with subpoenas if they don't willingly relinquish documents showing they aren't withholding information about the immigration status of people in custody.