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Tehran, 17 June_As the impact of massive job losses from the coronavirus pandemic sweeps through the US economy, most black immigrant domestic workers in the country fear losing their homes or having utilities turned off in the coming months, according to new research.
News ID: 46526    Publish Date : 2020/06/17


TEHRAN, Nov 3_A US federal judge has temporarily blocked a Trump administration policy that would have required prospective immigrant s to obtain health insurance within 30 days of their arrival in the United States.
News ID: 44128    Publish Date : 2019/11/03


TEHRAN, Jun 23 -Donald Trump has defended mass deportations carried out by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) targeting thousands of immigrant families.
News ID: 41007    Publish Date : 2019/06/23


TEHRAN, Jun 22 -Donald Trump has defended mass deportations carried out by the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) targeting thousands of immigrant families.
News ID: 41001    Publish Date : 2019/06/22


TEHRAN, October 14 -Under the Chihuahuan desert's cloudy sky just outside the border metropolis of El Paso/Ciudad Juárez, 230 immigrant families separated by the border came together Saturday for a brief, three minute embrace across the international line.
News ID: 30171    Publish Date : 2018/10/14


TEHRAN, June 24 -US-based immigrant rights groups are relying on a pending lawsuit in southern California city of San Diego in a bid to compel the Trump administration to reunite thousands of children separated from their immigrant parents detained at southern US borders for illegal entry into the country.
News ID: 24828    Publish Date : 2018/06/24


TEHRAN, June 18 -A former first lady of the United States, Laura Bush, has blasted the Trump administration for separating Central American immigrant children from their parents at the southern border, describing President Donald Trump’s so-called “zero tolerance” policy “cruel” and “immoral.”
News ID: 24548    Publish Date : 2018/06/18


TEHRAN, June 12 - The Trump administration will stop granting asylum to victims of gang violence and domestic abuse as it believes they generally do not qualify for asylum under federal law.
News ID: 24250    Publish Date : 2018/06/12