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Man facing immediate deportation granted one-year stay

It can be a terrifying experience for an immigrant in Kentucky or anywhere else in the nation to be detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, often with little notice. However, sometimes, these stories have happy endings. For example, one man living in the United States has been granted a one-year stay of removal after previously been notified by ICE that he will be deported immediately.

Approximately 3.6 million DREAMers face possible deportation

People in Kentucky may have been immigrants themselves at one point, or chances are that they know someone who is. Immigration is in the forefront of our nation's politics these days, in particular issues regarding how to handle "DREAMers" -- undocumented persons who came to the United States as children. This is important as, according to one report by the Migration Policy Institute, there are approximately 3.6 million DREAMers in our nation. This amounts to approximately one-third of all undocumented individuals in the United States.

Cambodians given month-long reprieve from deportation

It may seem that in our government's current state, we only hear bad news about deportation in the United States. However, it is good to know that there are still people in our nation who fight on behalf of immigrants who are facing deportation and removal.

Children of parents facing deportation may go to foster care

Parents will do just about anything to give their children a better chance at life. For some people this meant moving to the United States, even if they were undocumented. In fact, Kentucky residents may be surprised to hear that, according to one report, around five million children in the nation have a parent who is an undocumented immigrant. However, what happens when that child's parent faces deportation and removal?

More private deportation holding facilities to be built

If an immigrant is apprehended by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, he or she may be held in a detainment center until his or her court date. However, ICE is turning to private companies for the construction and operation of such centers, which some Kentucky residents may feel is not the best option.

Some may face deportation after loss of special status

For years, many people living in the Kentucky area and throughout the United States who were born in Haiti, the Central American countries Honduras, El Salvador and Nicaragua, as well as people born in other countries including Somalia, South Sudan, Yemen and Syria have been able to reside in the U.S. per a special status called the Temporary Protection Status. However, the U.S. Department of State announced that this special status is no longer necessary, meaning some of these individuals might now face deportation and removal.

Are there any forms of relief for those facing removal?

People immigrate to the United States with a dream of a better life, but sometimes life throws them a curveball and they find themselves facing removal, also known as deportation. Such a situation may seem hopeless, but it is not. If a person in Kentucky is facing deportation and removal from the United States and back to their home country, there are several avenues of relief they may pursue in order to stay in the country.

Immigrant researchers fear future may bring deportation

Immigrants in Kentucky and across the United States hold many important jobs. Some of them work as medical researchers. In fact, of all the post-doctoral researchers in the life sciences in our nation, 55 percent are immigrants residing in the United States through temporary visas. Unfortunately, the Trump Administration's recent crack-down on immigration and the repeal of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has left many of them worrying about how not only their professional future, but also their personal future, will be put into jeopardy.

Deportation and removal raid scrapped citing hurricanes

Immigrants in Kentucky and nationwide come to the United States to seek a brighter future, to be reunited with loved ones or to escape danger in their homeland. However, the road toward citizenship is not always easy, and sometimes an immigrant faces the threat of deportation.

'Dreamers' may have deportation concerns if Trump ends DACA

The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program protects young people known as "Dreamers," who came to America illegally before age 16 and have been living in the country for a certain amount of time and have not done anything illegal. DACA has allowed almost 800,000 young immigrants to avoid being deported and gave them the chance to find lawful work through a two-year work permit, which could be renewed. Many of these immigrants came to America when they were so young, that they have no memory of their birth country.

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