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As the Trump administration has ratcheted up its vicious crackdown on immigrants, The Intercept has been reporting from the front lines and the borderlines — exposing the lies and the inhumanity of U.S. immigration enforcement agencies.
Some 300 people arrested during August raids at Mississippi chicken plants remain detained, while the companies have received no legal penalties.
The Trump administration has placed significant roadblocks to asylum in the way of Central American women in particular.
Sheriffs for Trusting Communities is backing two candidates in Virginia and one in Louisiana who are running on a plan to end police cooperation with ICE.
U.S. border officials are putting fake addresses on asylum paperwork. When asylum seekers fail to show up for hearings, they are being deported in absentia.
If the agreement goes into effect, the U.S. will start deporting people to El Salvador wherever they may be from.