DAPA

Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt arrives at Trump Tower on December 7, 2016, in New York City. The president-elect announced today that Pruitt would head the EPA.

3 Things People of Color Need to Know About Trump's EPA Pick

Scott Pruitt is anti immigration, antiObamacare and anti criminal justice reform—and he doesn’t believe in the idea of human-made climate change.

Protestors holding orange sign with black letters in downtown Hartford

Activists in 3 Cities Block ICE Office Entrances, Roads to Protest Deportations

Representing a coalition of immigration reform and anti-deportation groups across the country, the activists took to the streets in the aftermath of the Supreme Court’s split United States v. Texas decision.

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? 

SCOTUS Issues Opinions on Immigration, Tribal Court Jurisdiction and Affirmative Action

Here is everything you need to know about the Court’s latest rulings.

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.

Boy on school stairwell with striped shirt

Children of Immigrants Share Their 'American Story' in New PSAs

Children’s advocacy group First Focus launched “My American Story” in support of immigration reform efforts.

SCOTUS Hears Challenge to Administration's Immigration Programs

Twenty-six states say President Barack Obama’s executive orders, which offer a pathway to citizenship for families, represent an overreach of his power.

U.S. Supreme Court Will Decide If Obama Abused His Power With Immigration Executive Order

Obama created DAPA, a program that would halt the deportation of some undocumented parents, through an executive order last year. The program has been in limbo due to legal challenges from 26 states. Now, the Supreme Court is getting involved.

White House Asks SCOTUS to Rule on Immigration Program

If the Supreme Court finds that it’s within President Obama’s authority to enforce DAPA, it could put 5 million undocumented immigrants on a path to citizenship.

Five Questions to Think About During Clinton’s Remarks on Immigration

The Democratic presidential candidate will speak in Nevada this evening

ICE Raid Apprehends Hundreds of Immigrants With Misdemeanors

Misdemeanor records account for nearly half of the people caught in a weeklong raid.

Obama: My Administration Will Fight Texas Ruling

As a potential Department of Homeland Security shutdown looms.

Judge Halts Obama's Executive Action

Get ready for a dramatic legal battle.

The Executive Action Learning Curve

The Obama administration will begin accepting applications for the president’s enhanced deportation relief program next week. Undocumented immigrants are gearing up for the time-consuming, expensive process.