Deportation

Activists—undocumented immigrants and their allies—hold their banner in solidarity with immigrants who are facing increased ICE detentions.

Immigrant Rights Action Ends in 3 Arrests in Michigan

Activists blocked a highway in lead up to the Day Without Immigrants strike set for May 1.

A woman in a taupe coat stands before a uniformed police officer holding up a sign that says "No ban, no wall."

Surge of Somali Deportations Worries Communities Already Facing Marginalization

A reported 4,000 Somali nationals are in the pipeline for being deported to a homeland suffering a severe humanitarian crisis.

Brown woman in black shirt stands next to brown man and Black suit with white tie against grey and black background

Telemundo Town Hall Examines Impact of Deportations on Undocumented Immigrants

The panelists also discussed steps undocumented immigrants and their families can take to protect themselves from possible deportation.

The border wall on July 6, 2012, in Nogales, Arizona. President Donald Trump wants to expand this wall, which currently separates Guadalupe García de Rayos from her husband and two children after she was deported yesterday (February 8).

ICE Deports Mexican Mom, Separates Her From Children

"No one, no one, should go to through the pain of packing [their mother’s] suitcase," said Guadalupe García de Rayos's 14-year-old daughter.

People holding black blue and gold "Cosecha" sign and other signs and blue Donald Trump drawing while wearing Black shirts in front of crowd against grey and black Manhattan skyscrapers

Undocumented Students, Allies Hold Nationwide #SanctuaryCampus Protests

In the shadow of Donald Trump's pledge to deport millions of undocumented immigrants and crack down on sanctuary cities, students at schools across the country are planning walk-outs and other actions to demand their campuses remain safe for undocumented people.

Women in front of the U.S. Supreme Court hold up red, heart-shaped signs that say, "Keep Families Together!"

More Shattered Families

The Supreme Court's non-decision on immigration means that, for now, states can refuse to expand DACA and start DAPA. How do we get over this stunning setback? 

Nine black-and-white portraits from TheExcluded.net in two rows

These Photos Highlight the Undocumented Immigrants Excluded from DAPA

The #Not1More campaign created TheExcluded.net to put a face on the undocumented immigrants whose fates the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) program doesn't address.

U.S. Planning New Round of Deportation Raids

A new Reuters exclusive says the month long round of raids will target undocumented Central American immigrants.

Diane Guerrero Talks About Family's Deportation in These Audio Excerpts From New Memoir

"In the Country We Love" hit bookshelves on May 3. 

STUDY: 'Trump Effect' Gives Children of Color 'Alarming Level Of Fear And Anxiety'

The Southern Poverty Law Center surveyed nearly 2,000 educators for a new report on how the Republican presidential candidate's rhetoric has invaded their classrooms.

Educators and Activists Urge Hillary Clinton to Stop Student Deportations

"Our children should be in school and not in detention centers. We are here to demand that Hillary act on her campaign promises."

WATCH: OITNB Star Diane Guerrero Protests Hate, Describes Parents' Deportation

The actress describes her story in a new video from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center. 

Dem Presidential Hopefuls Talked White Privilege, Deportation, Diversity at Iowa Forum

Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley answered pointed race questions from Fusion at the oldest people-of-color focused presidential debate in the country. 

Justice Department to Grant Early Release to 6,000 Inmates

The Justice Department says it will be the nation’s largest one-time discharge of federal inmates.

Diane Guerrero Is Happy Her Immigration Story Went Viral

The OITNB actress wants her experience to inspire people to vote.

California's Drivers License for the Undocumented Carries Risks

Immigration advocates have celebrated the passage of California's AB-60, a law that allows undocumented people to apply for drivers licenses. Still, the process can be lengthy, costly, and under rare circumstances, could lead to arrest.

How to Watch President Obama's Immigration Announcement

CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox won't be airing it

Obama Order May Give DACA Parents Some Relief

Insiders say the president will make a primetime announcement on Thursday

DHS Sued to Stop Deportations

The suit seeks to expand deferred action for more immigrants

LAUSD Asks Judge to Reveal Child Sex Abuse Victims' Immigration Status

The district's motion confirms some parents' fears.