PBS NewsHour | Will Congress have an immigration breakthrough or breakdown?

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PBS NewsHour has the latest on the immigration debate--Republicans are confident they have an immigration plan that would garner the president's support. The bill, however, doesn't have the Democratic support it needs, and is drawing criticism for its proposed cuts to legal immigration.

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Ask an Immigration Law Expert | Why don't undocumented people obtain U.S. citizenship?

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Alex Vernon of University of Detroit Mercy Immigration Law Clinic Explains: Why don't undocumented people obtain US citizenship?

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PBS NewsHour | For some immigrants, deportation means death

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What is the fate of deportees? PBS NewsHour's Hari Sreenivasan talks with the New Yorker's Sarah Stillman.

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Immigration Law Expert Q&A | If I'm undocumented and married to a U.S. Citizen, can't I stay in the U.S.?

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In this #OneDetroit Explainer, Alex Vernor of U of D Immigration Law Clinic gives a quick overview of how Marriage and Citizenship work.

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PBS NewsHour | More churches are opening their doors to undocumented immigrants facing deportation

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Special correspondent Duarte Geraldino meets one immigrant who has been welcomed by a congregation in hopes of buying time to find a legal way of staying in the U.S.

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MiWeek Preview | Jorge Garcia Deported

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Jorge Garcia's story of deportation has made national news, bringing to light how the current administration's immigration policies are affecting families. One Detroit's Bill Kubota spent some time with the Garcia family last weekend, just days before Jorge had to leave the country and went with them to the airport when they had to say goodbye.

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Detroit Free Press | After 30 years in U.S., Michigan dad deported to Mexico

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After 30 years of living in the U.S, Garcia, a 39-year-old Lincoln Park landscaper, was deported on the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday from metro Detroit to Mexico, a move supporters say was another example of immigrants being unfairly targeted under the Trump administration.

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Associated Press | Iraqi nationals challenging deportation win key ruling

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Detroit federal Judge Mark Goldsmith on Tuesday ordered immigration judges to release the detainees unless they’re a public safety risk. The order applies to people who have been held for at least six months.

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ICYMI | Deported from Detroit: Behind the Warehouse

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A sobering look at the reality of thousands of dreamers could face if they are deported from the US.

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Deported from Detroit | They grew up in the United States. They’re finding a better life abroad.

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Daniel Arenas had one dream – to go to college. At the age of 18 and undocumented, he saw his dream dying in America. So Arenas did what he says more young Mexicans who were raised in America should do: he went back to Mexico.

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Detroit deportee adjusts to Mexico’s poverty. ‘You can’t believe it.’

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Deportation split his family in two. Now, he’s surrounded by shanties and homes without running water.

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American dream, Mexican nightmare: A Michigan mom’s life after deportation.

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She grew up in America, married an American and had an American baby. Her story could hold lessons to Dreamers worried about deportation.

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DJC Partner, WDET | How Has Detroiter Maria Juarez Fared Since Being Deported to Mexico in May?

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Bridge Magazine's Chastity Pratt Dawsey and One Detroit's Bill Kubota recently went down to Mexico to find out what Maria’s living conditions are like and to get an update on the story. She speaks with Detroit Today producer Jake Neher about her recent trip to Mexico and Maria’s situation.

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A Michigan deportee adjusts to Mexico. ‘I don’t wish this on anybody’

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What happens after deportation? Bridge Magazine was in Mexico last week along with its reporting partner, Detroit Public Television, to continue telling the story of Maria Juarez and other deportees who find themselves strangers in lands that are now their home.

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ICYMI | MiWeek features Maria's Story: Across the Border

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One Detroit follows the story of one Detroit woman’s deportation. Chastity Pratt Dawsey of Bridge Magazine and Bill Kubota of Detroit Public TV were in Mexico last week getting a closer look at the immigration process and what happens when people are deported to a native country that is unknown to them.

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