(RNS) — The preliminary injunction is part of HIAS v. Trump, a lawsuit by three faith-based organizations against the US government over the order.
(RNS) — A federal judge heard arguments Wednesday (Jan. 8) in the lawsuit by three faith-based organizations against the federal government over a recent executive order allowing state and local officials to block refugee resettlement.
(RNS) — Three refugee aid groups argue that a recent executive order granting officials authority to block resettlement inhibits their ability to practice their faith.
RALEIGH, N.C. (RNS) — Speaking at Umstead Park United Church of Christ, Warren was grilled about economic and political issues at a forum organized by the national Latino advocacy organization Mijente.
(RNS) — ICE spokesman Richard A. Rocha confirmed that his office has dropped the fines for eight undocumented immigrants.
(RNS) — The Trump administration’s announcement it would once again slash refugee admissions to the United States to unprecedented lows was met with outcry by refugee resettlement groups — many of which are faith-based.
(RNS) — Noah’s prophetic witness called on his community to heed the darkening skies and take action to save their world before it was too late.
(RNS) — The Trump administration is considering shutting down refugee resettlement for the coming fiscal year, a move that would dismantle an already weakened refugee resettlement infrastructure.
(RNS) — Some indigent immigrants would owe as much as $500,000 for overstaying their deportation orders.
(RNS) — The global challenge — organized in the United States by Church World Service — asks participants to live for a week on the same food rations refugees receive to raise money and awareness for the challenges they face.
GREENSBORO, N.C. (RNS) — Juana Luz Tobar Ortega will mark her two-year anniversary in sanctuary later this month. A new film documents her struggle.
(RNS) — Providing support to separated families is one way faith-based agencies normally tasked with welcoming refugees got involved in the crisis at the border.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — For the six faith-based agencies authorized to settle refugees in the U.S., the battle over the travel ban is also a fight to protect their ministries — and, by extension, the refugees they serve.
(RNS) Some religious leaders are preaching caution rather than participation.
(RNS) 'Muslims have always dealt with feeling misunderstood, but this is altogether something different,' said 24-year-old Nadia Dreid.
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