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Federal officials now are expediting the cases, even for those with pending visas or green cards.
Citizenship claim is upheld by immigration judge, but man is still being detained.
The Muslim holy month of Ramadan begins this week, observed with sunrise-to-sunset fasting.
Prison companies and a county sheriff's office pitched proposals to expand immigration detention facilities in Minnesota as a rise in arrests has created a space crunch for immigration authorities.
During almost three decades in the Star Tribune newsroom, Martha Sawyer Allen cut a blunt, no-nonsense figure — particularly as a religion writer lending insight…
Simonson, of Worthington, said freezing or lowering tuition is a priority.
In an unusual situation, the legislative committee couldn't settle on just one.
The charity will instead focus on fighting homelessness and helping at-risk kids.
City ordinances and police department changes seek to streamline the process to get the special visa.
Minnesota and more than 30 other states have passed "revenge porn" laws against sharing such images in recent years, but Somali and other immigrant victims can face steeper hurdles in asking for help — and especially devastating consequences from humiliation on the internet.