Immigration [noun]

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Troye held a key role on the coronavirus task force but also carried out an array of other duties for the vice president, advising him on mass shootings, immigration, hurricanes and some foreign affairs issues, she said.

New York's boom years, at the beginning of two successive centuries, coincided with its peak levels of immigration.

She was nevertheless ordered deported in an immigration court ruling that she is now appealing before the 11th Circuit.

So long as immigration remains suppressed, New York will suffer.

The president told a voter he would offer an immigration plan soon.

For more coverage, read ProPublica’s previous reporting on immigration.

In 2019, the US signed immigration agreements with Guatemala, El Salvador, and Honduras.

This story led to a team-effort series on immigration that won a Polk Award and was a finalist for the 2019 Pulitzer Gold Medal for public service.

If I had to summarize the broader trend, it’s the securitization of every aspect of governance, from criminal justice to immigration to welfare, and it’s coinciding with the push for biometrics.

I don’t think for a lot of the folks that are talking about the problem of illegal immigration, I don’t believe it’s a race issue for them either.