Stories on U.S. immigration and policies. Also international developments on immigration.
In recent weeks, several faith-based organizations involved in refugee resettlement had asked the administration to raise that number to its past average: 95,000.
Faith-based organizations express outrage over plan to cut refugee admissions to historic low — again
If a new number isn’t set by Wednesday (Sept. 30), no refugees will be admitted to the U.S. until the Trump administration's determination of the limit is made.
Lutherans ask Trump administration to admit more refugees as deadline looms
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Letter from the Evangelical Immigration Table
In their letter, [Russell] Moore and the other EIT members asked Trump to urge leaders in Congress "publicly and consistently" to adopt a measure that establishes a pathway for Dreamers...
Moore, others ask Trump not to rescind DACA
But according to a new report released Friday (July 10) from two Christian groups, the president is falling short of that goal when it comes to Christian refugees.
Evangelical, Catholic leaders say Trump has left persecuted Christians in danger
"Our concern is rooted in our Christian belief that each human life is made in the image of God..."