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Shutdown Means No E-Verify for Arizona Hospitality Industry

The break in the system to verify someone can legally work in the U.S. comes at the start of the peak season.

US-Bound Migrants Opt Instead for Mexican Coding School

The software engineering school originally catered to returning Mexican migrants.

2018 Year-In-Review: Immigration

Arizona 360 revisits issues that shaped the debate over immigration reform.

US to Invest $10.6B to Address Migration From Mexico, Central America

The money is said to be targeted at root causes of migration by investing in development those countries.

New ICE Data Show an Increase in Arrests and Deportations

DUIs, drugs and traffic offenses topped the list of crimes for which ICE arrested people.

Mexico to Pump $30B Into Central America to Slow Migration

The development plan would benefit Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador.

ACLU: Cross-Certification Used to Profile Immigrants

The practice is legal if the border patrol agent has been cross-certified by the Pima County Sheriff's Office.

US Starts to Withdraw Troops from Trump Border Mission

2,200 are being withdrawn, leaving about 3,000 active duty troops in Texas, Arizona and California.

Report: Impact Of Deportee Reintegration Efforts Is Unclear

Successful reintegration is a key part of a broader goal to cut illegal immigration by improving conditions there.

Granted Asylum But Still Confined in a Detention Center

A transgender woman from Honduras continues to fight for U.S. asylum. She says death awaits her in Central America.

CBP Ups Precautions at Border After Clash with Caravan

A discussion with Arizona Republic reporter Rafael Carranza from Tijuana.

Return to Rio Bravo

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How the Kino Border Initiative is aiding migrant families; Tucson mystery writer bases novel around opioid addiction; and remembering filmmaker Nicolas Roeg.

Mexico Requests US Investigation Into Use of Tear Gas at Border

The diplomatic note expressed concerns after U.S. agents launched tear gas at the border in the San Diego-Tijuana region.

Recent Events Empower US Border Patrol, Immigration Advocates Warn

The acquittal of CBP Agent Lonnie Swartz sends the wrong message to Border Patrol agents, the ACLU says.

Asylum-Seeking Women Targeted by Smugglers

Single women with children are often forced to take in an unkown male to get into the U.S.

Federal Judge Denies President's Asylum Plan

President Trump wants to deny asylum to migrants who cross to the U.S. outside of official ports of entry.

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