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Children Fleeing Central America: Stories From The Front Lines in Florida

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THE “HIELERAS”: A REPORT ON HUMAN & CIVIL RIGHTS ABUSES COMMITTED BY U.S. CUSTOMS AND BORDER PROTECTION AGENCY

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Broward Transitional Center: A ‘Model’ for Civil Detention

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Congressional Immigration Reform Must Address Abuses in Immigrant Detention Facilities

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ICE’S “Secure Communities” Program Makes Miami-Dade Less Safe and Casts Racial Overtones

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After the Earthquake – Haitian Children Seeking Safety in the United States

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Countless vulnerable Haitian children are at risk in the United States in the earthquake’s aftermath. Some were evacuated after suffering life-threatening injuries in the quake. Others have lived here for years, separated from their parents. FIAC is releasing a new report today at 2:00PM EST

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Unleash the DREAM: End the Colossal Waste of Young Immigrant Talent

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U.S. Immigration Detentions Reforms

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Cheryl Little and Susana Barciela discuss U.S. Immigration Detention Reforms in a LexisNexis® Emerging Issues Analysis.

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Dying for Decent Care: Bad Medicine in Immigration Custody

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Detention and Removal: Immigration Detainee Medical Care

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Unaccompanied Minors Today

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