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How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump

How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump
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President Donald Trump's hard-line stance on immigration has sent immigrants, their attorneys and sanctuary cities like Denver into a tizzy. Rumors of Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids and checkpoints are running rampant, and local attorneys are scrambling to provide accurate information to concerned, often frightened immigrants. Keep reading for ten stories about recent immigration issues.

Julie Gonzales giving a "Know Your Rights" presentation on Wednesday, March 1.
Julie Gonzales giving a "Know Your Rights" presentation on Wednesday, March 1.
Chris Walker

1. Immigration Lawyers Scrambling to Address Fears of ICE Checkpoints and Raids

The Colorado Department of Corrections houses 1,052 foreign-born prisoners who are slated to be deported upon release, including 410 past their parole eligibility date.
The Colorado Department of Corrections houses 1,052 foreign-born prisoners who are slated to be deported upon release, including 410 past their parole eligibility date.
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2. Awaiting Deportation, Immigrants in State Prisons Costing $37 Million a Year

Marco Dorado
Marco Dorado
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3. Meet Marco Dorado, Exhibit A in What's Wrong With Trump's Immigration Policies

How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump
Chris Walker

4. Denver Officials "Ready to Fight” Trump on Immigration Orders

Jeanette Vizguerra meeting the media in 2014.
Jeanette Vizguerra meeting the media in 2014.
Melanie Asmar

5. Day Without Immigrants: Jeanette Vizguerra's Sanctuary Story Goes National

Keep reading for more stories about immigration.

How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump
Mark Antonation

6. Colorado Restaurant Association Alerts Members to Day Without Immigrants

Sudanese coffee is laced with spices.
Sudanese coffee is laced with spices.
Mark Antonation

7. Sudan Cafe Builds a Lasting Home in Aurora's Immigrant Restaurant Community

How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump
Chris Walker

8. As Immigration Raids Spread, Mayor Hancock Tries to Reassure Denver

How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump
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9. Jeff Sessions's Confirmation Spurs Pot Biz Pain, GOP Pleasure, Immigration Worries

How Immigrants, Their Attorneys, Sanctuary Cities Are Navigating President Trump
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10. Activist: In Trump Age, Verbal Racism Aimed at Denver Kids of Color Is Rising

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