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A year after it was rescinded, DACA is still afloat - for now

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| It's been exactly one year since the Trump administration announced it was rescinding the Obama-era Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which lets hundreds of thousands of young unauthorized immigrants who arrived as children live and work in the U.

Hundreds of migrant kids remain separated from parents

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More than a month after a deadline to reunite families separated at the border, more than 500 children remain in federal care. Here's one teen's story.

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Decorated Army Vet becomes citizen after facing deportation

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Yea Ji Sea came to the US when she was 9 years old. After four years in the military she was discharged because of her immigration status, and had to fight to stay.

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LA is suing Trump administration over public safety funds

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City attorney says new federal requirements for anti-gang grants would run counter to Los Angeles' policies limiting police cooperation in immigration enforcement.

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More deportations likely for Cambodians in near future

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Although a federal judge gave a group of Cambodian immigrants a temporary reprieve from deportation, some still will be removed.

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Reunited migrant family starts tenuous new life in LA

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For separated migrant families, reuniting is one more step in their odyssey. Next comes the challenging of settling in — and fighting deportation.

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New lawsuits challenge implementation of Trump travel ban

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Opponents of the Trump travel ban blocking most travelers from five Muslim-majority countries are challenging how officials are deciding on requests for ban waivers.

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Court to feds: submit plans for still-separated families

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U.S. District Judge Dana Sabraw in San Diego ordered the government to submit plans on how it will reunite families still separated after detained at the border.

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