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Young, unauthorized immigrants grapple with what's next

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| Protection for nearly 800,000 young immigrants under the DACA program is set to expire beginning next March. Congressional action seems increasingly unlikely.

Temporary Protected Status for Nicaraguan immigrants to end in 2019

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The Trump Administration has announced it will end Temporary Protected Status for more than 5,000 Nicaraguan immigrants in the U.S., while delaying a decision on Hondurans.

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Detained Cambodian immigrants sue US immigration officials

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Civil rights advocates filed a lawsuit against immigration officials for arrested Cambodian immigrants, alleging officials are unlawfully detaining them.

Central Americans worry Trump may not allow them to stay

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The Trump administration is expected to soon announce the fate of more than 86,000 Hondurans living in the U.S. temporarily. Their status is set to expire next year.

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ICE targets Cambodians with deportation orders

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Federal officials have arrested as many as 100 Cambodians nationwide as part of a push to send them back to their homeland.

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Refugee admissions resume — with even more vetting

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The Trump administration is imposing new limits on refugees entering the U.S. — although resettlement agencies say vetting is already strict.

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While travel ban on hold, heavy vetting cuts issued visas

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Federal courts in Hawaii and Maryland this week blocked President Trump’s third attempt at a travel ban, but they did not suspend restrictions like tighter vetting.

Trump's 3rd travel ban blocked: A closer look at the Hawaii court order

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Two federal judges temporarily restrained President Trump’s third attempt at restricting travel from mostly Muslim-majority nations. Here's a look at one of those court orders.

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