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Deported man fighting to maintain parental rights of 3 sons

When a parent is deported, the aftermath can devastate a family. In many instances, immigration officials will not even allow the deported parent to make arrangements for their children. A father of three young boys that was deported to Mexico after being stopped for traffic violations is currently back in the United States under humanitarian parole, but he is set to go back to Mexico by Dec. 23.

12-year-old boy begs judge not to deport his father

A father of five children that reportedly never missed a day of work and regularly volunteered his time at a food distribution center since coming to the United States from Mexico is desperately seeking relief from deportation. Letters have poured in on behalf of the father, advocating against separating him from his family, but the most gut-wrenching words comes from the man's son. The 12-year-old child born in the United States wrote to the judge presiding over the case, "Please I beg you with all my heart to leave my dad with us and I promise you I will be a good student and I will be somebody in life to help this country."

Assistant professor successfully secures green card

There are a number of individuals that currently work and live in Washington, D.C. thanks to a temporary worker visa. A man that exactly fit this description came to the United States eight years ago from Germany as a genomics researcher with high hopes of landing a tenure-track academic position.

Lawsuit against ICE seeks data on immigration detention centers

More data on federal immigration detention centers could become available if a recently filed lawsuit is successful. Late last month, the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse sued U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, asking for greater access to such pieces of information as facilities' inspection reports and the demographic statistics of immigrants detained by ICE.

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