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Caught in the Deportation Machine: Elders, Family Separation, and Immigration Reform

Cross-posted from the Diverse Elders Coalition blog. By Mari Quenenmoen, Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) This year, the Obama administration will surpass the 2 million mark – this is, it will have deported 2 million people since 2008, more than any other administration in history. The largest numbers of people being deported are those without legal status, but many Green card holders are also among the 2 million deportees. Since 1998, over 13,000 Southeast Asians (from Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam) have been deported, including many Green card holders who arrived in the U.S. decades ago as refugees fleeing war and genocide. The majorityRead More