With Detention Centers at Capacity, ICE Begins Releasing Immigrant Families
Unable to keep up with case files at the Arizona-Mexico border, Immigration and Customs Enforcement is releasing apprehended immigrants to churches and other nonprofits.
Citing Racial Bias, Judge Blocks Trump Administration from Terminating TPS
A district judge extends protection from deportation for some 300,000 immigrants from El Salvador, Sudan, Nicaragua and Haiti.
Inspector General Issues Scathing Report on Family Separation Policy
The government watchdog spotlights widespread disarray among federal agencies tasked with implementing the Trump administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy.
Bipartisan Bill Would Bar DHS from Arresting Immigrant Child Sponsors
The proposed measure comes after ICE arrested dozens of potential child custodians.
Alejandro Escovedo Chronicles Border Stories On New Album
The veteran Mexican-American rocker discusses his new album, “The Crossing,” which tells the story of immigrants seeking liberation despite the barriers the United States throws their way.
READ: Can East Asian Americans Reclaim 'Yellow' for Themselves?
Writer Kat Chow revisits the history of the term and asks what it would take to wrestle it from racists.
REPORT: Feds Hire Doctors with Criminal Records to Examine Immigrants
A new report from the Office of the Inspector General says that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ faulty vetting procedures are placing immigrants at risk.
Migrant Farmers Could Be Hardest Hit By Hurricane Florence
This group of workers—many of whom are of undocumented status—have to choose between asking for help from FEMA and being deported by ICE.
3 Questions With 'Mayans M.C.' Badass Michael Irby
That star of the “Sons of Anarchy” spinoff talks about playing a complex villain, depicting a slice of Latinx culture on TV and the cruelty of the American criminal justice system.
Trump Administration Plans to Restrict Green Cards For Immigrants Enrolled in Safety Net Programs
Per a new 447-page proposal, the federal government seeks to deny green cards to immigrants who have received benefits including Medicaid, housing vouchers and supplemental food assistance.
ICE is Arresting Immigrants Who Attempt to Sponsor Undocumented Children
Majority of arrests are result of immigration violations, not criminal activity.
Attorney General Further Limits Judges' Ability to Dismiss Deportation Cases
Critics say the new directive from Jeff Sessions is the latest in a series of moves designed to limit judicial independece and integrity.
Trump Administration Retreats on Vow to Lower Refugee Cap
After announcing record low refugee cap of 30,000, administration says it will consult Congress before making a final decision.
Trump Administration Funneled $10 Million from FEMA to ICE Detention Program
Newly released DHS documents show that, at the start of hurricane season, the money was diverted to buttress the federal government’s detention and deportation efforts.
Trump Administration Proposes Longer Detention for Migrant Children
A newly proposed rule would circumvent a long-established agreement that limits child detention to 20 days.
ICE Requests Millions of North Carolina Voting Records
State officials say complying with the request will prevent them from preparing for the general election. Critics say the request is brazen attempt to suppress voting rights for people of color.
Democrats Demand Reunification Plan for 500 Separated Children
More than 40 days after the deadline to reunify thousands of immigrant families, hundreds of children still remain separated from their parents.
ICYMI: Feds Revoking Passports of Thousands of Latinx Citizens Along the U.S.-Mexico Border
The Trump administration is accusing Latinx citizens of using fake birth certificates, revoking their passports and placing them in immigration detention and deportation proceedings.
Migrant Parents Say ICE Intimidated Them Into Waiving Reunification Rights
Immigrant rights groups say parents were misled and coerced into signing away their rights to be reunited with their children.
Immigrant Caravan to Travel from L.A. to D.C. to Protest End of Deportation Protections
Beneficiaries of Temporary Protected Status are calling on the Trump administration to restore protections for some 400,000 immigrants.