Federal Judge OKs Refugee Class Action Against Trump Administration

A federal judge ruled Thursday that Vietnamese refugees here a quarter century or more but who have lately been taken into custody by immigration authorities — despite not being eligible to be deported — may continue their national class action challenging their detentions.

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Feds Want Onus to Reunite Immigrant Families on ACLU

Attorneys for the federal government revealed for the first time Thursday how it plans to reunite parents deported without their kids under President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, but its plan appears vague and puts the onus on the American Civil Liberties Union to reunite families.

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Judge Orders Migrant Kids Out of ‘Restrictive’ Facility

Undocumented immigrant children separated from the parents at the U.S.-Mexico border and detained at a Texas immigrant detention center after being separated from their families must be moved to a less restrictive setting, after a federal judge on Monday found the facility violated a decades-old settlement.

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