Julia Preston

Journalist (NATIONAL)
National correspondent covering immigration for the The New York Times since April 2006. Previously federal courts reporter, deputy investigations editor and foreign correspondent.
Tags: Immigration Process

Links: Link to bio | (Current as of: October 13, 2014)

Ms. Preston became a national correspondent covering immigration for The New York Times in April 2006. She was a federal courts reporter from May 2004 to March 2006. Previously she was deputy investigations editor from March 2003 to April 2004. Prior to that, she had been United Nations bureau chief and a foreign correspondent. From September 1995 to December 2001, she was a New York Times correspondent in Mexico.



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Feature

Fearful of Court, Asylum Seekers are Banished in Absentia

Julia Preston
Marshall Project
July 30, 2017
Under Trump, an Obama strategy unravels.

News Story

Texas Grants Child Care License to Migrant Detention Center

Julia Preston
New York Times (NYT)
May 2, 2016
The authorities in Texas have granted a child care license to a federal immigration detention center where thousands of mothers with their children have been confined, often for weeks and sometimes months.

News Story

Experts See Legal Hazards in States’ Immigration Suit

Julia Preston
New York Times (NYT)
December 5, 2014
Lawyers for RAICES (Texas) representing unaccompanied minors who crossed the border this summer said the children were not attracted by the president’s programs.

News Story

Rush to Deport Young Migrants Could Trample Asylum Claims

Julia Preston
New York Times (NYT)
July 19, 2014
Overview of situation, including stories of children and quotes from Jonathan Ryan of Texas RAICES, which screens unaccompanied minors in an emergency shelter at Lackland Air Force Base.



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