The CDC ruled this weekend that unaccompanied minors should not be turned back at the border over COVID-19 concerns, a move welcomed by advocates who say the change now needs to be extended to all immigrants. The ruling Saturday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention applies to Title 42, which lets border officials deny entry
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Attorney General Mark Brnovich announced today that his office (AGO) has obtained internal emails and documents from the federal government as part of a court-ordered discovery in Arizona and Montana’s lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and federal officials. The states are challenging DHS’ interim guidance that presumptively halts nearly all deportations outside of three narrow categories.
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