Thousands Who Realized Their American Dream Face Deportation

The American Dream is fast approaching its expiration date for thousands of law-abiding immigrants who will become illegal aliens when the clock runs out on their protected status. Three shared their stories with Courthouse News and told what awaits them if they are forced to return to their home countries.

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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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Refugees Describe Border Police Brutality in the Balkans

Omar Dyab, a 33-year-old Syrian war refugee, shook his head. “Police in Croatia, Mafia,” he said with distaste. Dusk was settling over Sarajevo, the war-scarred capital of Bosnia-Herzegovina ringed by mountains, and shadows grew around the bleak central train station where Dyab and fellow Syrians seeking entry into Europe camped on the pavement.

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