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Supporters say return to Guatemala could put union organizer in harm's way.
Ban supporters say the decision largely vindicated Trump. But opponents point out that most refugees coming to Minnesota have family or other ties to the state, so few would be affected by the order.
Minnesota DACA recipients feel reassured yet still anxious after the Trump administration's announcement of keeping Obama-era program for children of immigrants.
Eight months into the fiscal year, deportations to Somalia have already outpaced last year's record-setting numbers. Nationally, more than 260 people were deported to Somalia since October.
Attorneys are also weighing a formal complaint about the handling of the case by the officer, who has since resigned.
The University of Minnesota social work professor and her partner each adopted sons from Korea as single women — a groundbreaking move in 1970s Minnesota.
Bill would add 18 months for people from Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
Immigration court has a nearly two-year wait.
After the bill's near-unanimous passage in the House, longtime critics of the practice have raised concerns about the measure, leading to some second thoughts.
Arrivals hit a low of 66 statewide in March, roughly one-fifth the level of a year ago, before rebounding slightly in April. Somalis, who last fall were a majority of refugees in the state, made up less than a quarter of last month's arrivals, based on new data from the State Department.