Lawmakers Are Asking For A Copy Of A Memo That DHS Secretary Nielsen Used To Justify Family Separations
DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen has repeatedly denied that the administration had a policy to separate families at the border.
The migrant men have told authorities there was no attack on the agent who killed Claudia Patricia Gómez González, according to the Guatemalan Consul.
The judge said that the termination of temporary protected status would cause indisputable and irreparable harm to recipients and their children, many of whom are US citizens.
In A Rare Move, Teamsters Are Jumping Into The Immigration Fight To Support Workers Who Could Lose Their TPS Status
“This is the first time I see the Teamsters mobilize alongside TPS holders and it’s a good thing.”
Stymied By Waits To Seek Asylum Legally, Some Immigrants Crossed Illegally, A New Government Report Finds
The practice of regulating or metering how many asylum-seekers can enter the US may have pushed immigrants to cross illegally during last spring’s family separation crisis.
The Secretary Of Homeland Security Said There Was “No Policy Of Separating Families.” A Memo Proves There Was.
Kirstjen Nielsen maintained that the administration did not enact a family separation policy, but a memo she signed stated that the “zero tolerance” policy would have that effect.
But there's still no explanation of what sent Juan David Ortiz on a murderous rampage. “I never in a million years would picture him doing something like this,” said a friend.
Juan David Ortiz, a supervisor for the Border Patrol whom authorities have described as a "serial killer," was arrested after a woman escaped and notified authorities.
Many parents said they had been coerced into signing away their rights to seek asylum, believing it was the only way to be reunited with their children.
Here's A Statistic You Won't Hear From Trump: Over 90% Of Families Seeking Asylum Show Up For Their Court Hearings
The issue is current now as the Trump administration attempts to overturn a 1997 court agreement that requires that most children be released after 20 days.
Officials want to change a settlement agreement that stops them from detaining immigrant kids for more than 20 days.
Irineo Mujica, the head of Pueblo Sin Fronteras, which organized this spring's caravan, was arrested. So was another organizer.
Police harassment and indifference from the authorities are common complaints of migrants who stayed in Mexico rather than crossing into the United States.
An Army Director Hired To A Top Immigration Post Spewed Anti-Muslim Comments On Facebook — Then He Lost The Job
Guy Sands-Pingot, who once compared Islam to the Nazi Party in a Facebook comment, was hired as a deputy director at US Citizenship and Immigration Services. He will now not fill the role.
The Border Patrol shooting of a young Guatemalan immigrant remains a mystery three months later. A phone video provides the only clue about what happened.
The allegations are part of a new complaint filed with the Department of Homeland Security.
Attorneys fear the 16 dads were separated in order to quell protests inside the Texas immigration detention center.
"It is inconceivable that any reasonable officer could have thought that he or she could kill [Jose Antonio] for no reason."
"The reality is that for every parent who is not located, there will be a permanently orphaned child, and that is 100% the responsibly of the administration."
The Trump administration said family separation was the result of a "zero tolerance" prosecution strategy. But a new analysis shows that parents with children were the ones sent to court, while adults without kids weren't.