deportations ‘Families Belong Together’ Event Facilitates Discussion Of Immigration Practices By Katie Cook • Jun 14, 2018 Katie Cook / WKAR-MSU One result of the Trump administration’s crackdown on immigration has been the separation of children from their parents upon crossing the U.S. border. Action of Greater Lansing and the ACLU’s Civil Rights for Immigrants Task Force held a town hall in Lansing Thursday to discuss these issues. Katie Cook reports. Listen Listening... / 1:14 Michigan, Ohio See Rise In Immigrant Arrests, Deportations By Associated Press • Mar 20, 2018 Wikipedia Commons A newspaper review of federal records has found that the number of immigrants arrested or deported by federal agents in Michigan and Ohio has risen in the past year as President Donald Trump's administration has increased immigration enforcement. Woman Facing Deportation Finds Sanctuary in Kalamazoo Church By Associated Press • Mar 13, 2018 WMUK public media A Michigan woman has moved into a church in the southwest part of the state in an effort to avoid being deported to Pakistan. Ingham County Changes Immigration Holds Policy By Associated Press • Jul 19, 2017 WKAR File Photo The Ingham County sheriff's office has announced it no longer will detain people with federal immigration holds past the detention period on their original booking charges. Ann Arbor Residents Rally for Woman Who May Be Deported By Reginald Hardwick • Jul 19, 2017 WXYZ-TV, Detroit The mayor of Ann Arbor and the community members rallied for a mother of three who may be deported to Mexico soon. Detroit Judge to Consider US Freeze on Iraqi Deportations By Associated Press • Jun 26, 2017 WKAR-MSU File photo A federal judge in Detroit will consider whether to put a temporary national halt on the deportation of Iraqi nationals recently rounded up by U.S. authorities.