Last Friday, a US federal judge lifted President Trump's travel ban for people from seven Muslim-majority countries. Now they are arriving back in the US.
Just ahead of the midterms, the US president deployed thousands of soldiers to the southern border, curtailed asylum law, and threatened the use of military force against an approaching "migrant caravan." Is that legal?
The Trump administration has signed an order that would effectively ban migrants who illegally cross the US-Mexico border from qualifying for asylum. The move comes as thousands of migrants are making their way north.
Donald Trump has pledged to scrap the constitutional guarantee of citizenship for anyone born in the US. Ahead of the November 6 midterm elections, the president is pushing his anti-immigration agenda harder than usual.
US President Donald Trump has said he will cut foreign aid to Honduras, El Salvador and Guatemala, as a caravan of migrants makes its way toward the US-Mexico border. He branded the situation a "national emergency."
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