immigration

Supreme Court keeps Title 42 restriction on border entry in place for now

WASHINGTON (CNS) — In an end-of-the year decision, the Supreme Court said Dec. 27 that a federal public health rule that allows immigration officials at the border to quickly turn away migrants seeking asylum could stay in place while legal ...
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Living in Limbo: 10 Years of DACA

When their parents brought them to the United States as children, they were too young to have a say in the matter. Now, as adults, they are advocating for the right to remain in the only country they've ever known.
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Franciscans at the Border

Along treacherous stretches of borderland between the United States and Mexico, Franciscans are working to respond to the humanitarian crisis there with faith and compassion.
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Welcome the Stranger—Every Stranger

Next to abortion, immigration is probably the most divisive issue in our country.
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Father Ruskin Piedra

‘I Was a Stranger and You Welcomed Me’: Father Ruskin Piedra

Filled with passion and energy, 85-year-old Father Ruskin Piedra works tirelessly to support and defend the immigrant community in his Brooklyn parish.
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DACA recipients attend a rally in DC

Editorial: Dream On

The word dream is closely connected to our cultural identity as Americans. From the idea of the American Dream to Martin Luther King Jr.'s "I Have a Dream " speech.
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