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San Diego Resettlement Groups Continue Operations As Court Weighs T...

San Diego Resettlement Groups Continue Operations As Court Weighs Trump’s Refugee Order

Feb. 8
By Tarryn Mento

At least 59 refugees from Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia and Syria are scheduled to arrive in San Diego County in the coming days.

Travel Ban Decision In Hands Of Federal Appeals Court Judges

Travel Ban Decision In Hands Of Federal Appeals Court Judges

Feb. 8
By Associated Press

A federal appeals court will decide whether to reinstate President Donald Trump's travel ban after a contentious hearing in which the judges hammered away at the administration's motivations for the ban, but also directed pointed questions to an attorney for two states trying to overturn it.

After Settling In San Diego, Struggle Doesn't End For Some Syrian R...

After Settling In San Diego, Struggle Doesn't End For Some Syrian Refugees

Feb. 8
By Tarryn Mento

Many refugee families are worried about making ends meet after they’ve resettled in San Diego.

Mexican Breadwinners Fear Paying For Trump's Border Wall

Mexican Breadwinners Fear Paying For Trump's Border Wall

Feb. 8
By Jean Guerrero

President Trump has threatened to force Mexico to pay for his border wall by targeting money transfers into Mexico, or remittances. This would affect U.S. citizens as well as Mexicans.

Border Film Week Goes To Tijuana

Border Film Week Goes To Tijuana

Feb. 7
By Marissa Cabrera, Maureen Cavanaugh

The 11th annual Border Film Week returns Tuesday with four days of film screenings and panel discussions in San Diego and Tijuana.

California Attorney General Challenges Trump's Immigration Orders

California Attorney General Challenges Trump's Immigration Orders

Feb. 6
By City News Service

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed court papers Monday joining the legal challenge to President Trump's immigration orders, supporting Washington state's lawsuit that contends the travel restrictions targeting people from Muslim-majority countries are unconstitutional.

Yemeni Student Back In San Diego After Travel Ban Lifted

Yemeni Student Back In San Diego After Travel Ban Lifted

Feb. 6
By Tom Fudge

A court injunction, lifting Trump’s travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries, allows Wasim Ghaleb to return to the Grossmont College campus.

San Diego, Tijuana Mayors Reaffirm Regional Partnership

San Diego, Tijuana Mayors Reaffirm Regional Partnership

Feb. 6
By City News Service

The mayors of San Diego and Tijuana reaffirmed the partnership of the two border cities Monday in the face of U.S. President Donald Trump's immigration policies.

Travel Ban Lifted But For How Long? Court Must Decide

Travel Ban Lifted But For How Long? Court Must Decide

Feb. 6
By Associated Press

Lawyers for Washington state and Minnesota are telling a federal appeals court that restoring President Donald Trump's ban on refugees and travelers from seven predominantly Muslim countries would "unleash chaos again."

Travelers Denied Entry A Week Ago, Now Arriving In US

Travelers Denied Entry A Week Ago, Now Arriving In US

Feb. 6
By Associated Press

Travelers from the seven Muslim-majority countries targeted by President Donald Trump who were denied entry into the United States a week ago are arriving at airports around the country and into the open arms of their loved ones.