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Opinion: Trump Notches an Immigration Win at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court this summer upheld a key pillar of President Trump’s immigration agenda. In a 7-2 decision in June, the justices ruled that the administration can proceed with its “expedited removal” policy, which allows the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Border Patrol to quickly deport fraudulent asylum seekers without prolonged court hearings. The Supreme Court made the right call. The administration’s

COVID-19

Detention center in Eloy has most COVID-19 cases of any ICE facility

La Palma Correctional Center, a privately run immigration detention center in Eloy, is facing an alarming spike in COVID-19 cases among immigration detainees. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials confirmed the first case of COVID-19 at the La Palma Correctional Center on April 6. On May 30, at least 76 undocumented immigrants tested positive for

National

ICE ramps up arrests, including 67 in Arizona, after lull from COVID-19

ICE  touted the arrest of more than 2,000 immigrants, 67 of them in Arizona, in a five-week nationwide sweep as the agency recovers from a dip in apprehensions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials said the effort, from July 13 to Aug. 20, targeted immigrants with criminal charges and convictions, including

COVID-19

COVID-19 threatens migrant, officer safety at cramped ICE detention centers

In the six months Maria Chávez’s husband has been detained at La Palma Correctional Center, he has been quarantined twice after being exposed to suspected cases of COVID-19. And quarantine, for him, has meant solitary confinement. Andrés gets 20 minutes a day outside his cell, Chávez said, which he first uses to call his wife

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