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Minnesota men facing deportation flown back to States

December 8, 2017
A plane carrying two Minnesotan men facing deportation to Somali was turned around and is en route for Unites States soil, according to the attorneys representing the men. Attorneys Kim Hunter and Jo…

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Immigration arrests up in Minnesota, surrounding states

December 6, 2017
Arrests made by the St. Paul Regional Office of Immigrations and Customs Enforcement are up this year, with officials citing new policies from the Trump administration that no longer exempt classes of…

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For 5 Somali Men in Minnesota, a Last-Ditch Effort for Legal Status

December 4, 2017
Five men, including a Minneapolis city engineer, a cardiovascular technician at Mayo Clinic and an Uber driver, are nearing 48 hours to deportation to Somalia. The men are being held at a U.S. Immigr…

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St. Paul lawyers rush to stop deportation of 5 Somali men

December 3, 2017
Five Minnesota men who have lived in the United States for decades are facing imminent deportation to Somalia, as their lawyers work to halt it.Immigration lawyers with the Kim Hunter Law firm in St. …

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The 2017 James H. Binger Center for New Americans Forum: On All Fronts

November 8, 2017
This inaugural annual forum invites vital international voices to participate in a range of presentations that provide the legal and greater community with insights into major trends, practices and de…

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As Detentions Grow, ICE Looks for More Space in Minnesota

October 18, 2017
Immigration and Customs Enforcement wants space for hundreds of additional jail cells, and is sending a request for information that identifies the four cities in which its looking to expand.

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MN lawyers gather to denounce immigration policy

February 3, 2017
Attorneys gathered in St. Paul Thursday said that President Donald Trump’s approach to immigration is creating a crisis unseen in past administrations.

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