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The 19th Explains: Why domestic violence survivors once again have a better chance of getting asylum
The Trump administration removed women fleeing domestic violence from a qualifying category in 2018. That decision has been reversed, but the move may not be permanent.
President Biden has tasked Harris with addressing the root causes of migration from Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.
Advocates ask Biden administration to reverse Trump restrictions on asylum for domestic violence survivors
President Joe Biden has committed to restoring protections for people fleeing gender-based violence, but he has not yet reversed those policies.
“It is clear to all of us that ICE will never be a safe place for our communities,” a letter sent to Biden said.
The 19th reports on some of Biden’s early actions that have implications for women, people of color and LGBTQ+ Americans.
Biden signs order aimed at reuniting migrant families separated at the border under the Trump administration
As part of his promise to reform the immigration system, the president issued three executive orders that review and further roll back his predecessor’s policies.
The two-minute video of Estela Juarez’s emotional and personal letter to President Donald Trump spotlighted the realities for some families living under his immigration policies.