Appeals Court Lifts Block on Trump Policy Expelling Migrant Children Without Court Hearings

Appeals Court Lifts Block on Trump Policy Expelling Migrant Children Without Court Hearings

A federal appeals court on Friday allowed border authorities to use an emergency policy under former President Donald Trump to quickly return unaccompanied migrant children apprehended at the US-Mexico border without an asylum interview or a court hearing.
Immigrant Children at Border Have High Chance of Staying in the U.S.

Immigrant Children at Border Have High Chance of Staying in the U.S.

Immigrant children arriving at the United States-Mexico border from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador have more than a 95 percent chance of remaining in the U.S. after their arrival, according to newly released data from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
Melatonin May Be Viable Option for Treating COVID-19, New Study Suggests

COVID-19 Prompts Judge to Order Release of Migrant Children in Family Detention Centers

U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee has ordered the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to free migrant children held at the country's three family detention centers for more than 20 days.
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Immigrant Youth Less Likely to Engage in Deliquent Behaviors: Study

Donald Trump is wrong about immigrants, and there's proof. New research demonstrates that immigrant youth are less likely than their U.S.-born counterparts to participate in delinquent behaviors and use/abuse marijuana and other illegal drugs. Additionally, they only begin to engage in these behaviors when assimilating.
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Immigrant Children Less Physically Active Than U.S.-Born White Children, Says Study

Immigrant children, regardless of their ethnic and racial background, are less physically active than U.S.-born white children, according to a study from Rice University's study.
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Women, Immigrants & Children Affected by Economic Crisis, Homelessness in Spain

With over 5 million unemployed in Spain, the economic crisis has hit homeowners particularly hard -which is nearly everyone. Spain has the highest rate of home ownership in the European Union, as high as 85 percent, and that's greatly due to decades-long aggressive governmental promotion of home ownership and borrowing.
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English Language Literacy in Immigrant Parents Is Important for Early Childhood Education, Report Says

More than any others, children in immigrant households are the least likely to enroll their children in federal and state preschool programs, due mainly to language and literacy barriers.
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