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Despite Trump’s travel ban, this couple is building a life together in the U.S. For others, that’s not the case.

Americans married to citizens from travel ban countries have reached out to The Post to share their stories

This mother’s separation from — and then reunification with — her son illustrates a ‘chaotic’ U.S. border policy

Confusion and contradictions for families seeking asylum have emerged in the past year

A migrant woman was taken into ICE custody. Four days later, her pregnancy ended in a stillbirth.

The case raises new questions about ICE’s policy of detaining pregnant women

Despite Trump’s claims, his national emergency declaration hasn’t eliminated his problem with suburban women

Polling suggests that they broadly oppose his border security moves

Andrea Levy, renowned author detailing the struggles of black immigrants in Britain, dies at 62

She drew on her Jamaican-born parents’ experience of moving to Britain

Beyond the border: Family separation is untenable, and it’s not a new phenomenon

Poverty and illness are other factors that have led to parents being separated from their children

Elaine Chao came to the U.S. when she was 8. Now, she’s one of the top women in Washington.

A Q&A with the secretary of transportation

President Trump claims migrant women are being taped up at the border

Experts have no idea what he’s talking about

Federal judge halts deportation of a woman who won a lawsuit over her immigration arrest

Roxana Orellana Santos was detained while her attorneys try to negotiate damages in her case

Saudi teen who fled her family starts new life in Canada with a new name

The 18-year-old’s escape during a family holiday in Kuwait drew worldwide attention