"This is very clearly illegal."
Turning away asylum-seekers at official border crossings and sending them back to the country they're fleeing is against US and international law, immigrant advocates said.
If the Trump administration’s new rule is implemented, it will likely result in thousands of families being detained while their immigration cases play out.
Border Patrol Agents Are Writing “Facebook” As A Street Address For Asylum-Seekers Forced To Wait In Mexico
"It's wild...People are having to make things up as they go along."
The Trump Administration Has Created A Central American Barrier For Asylum-Seekers With A New Honduras Deal
Honduras is the third Central American country through which asylum-seekers will first have to apply for asylum before appealing to the United States.
The Trump Administration Signed An Agreement That Could Force Asylum-Seekers To Ask For Refuge In El Salvador
The agreement is the latest attempt by the Trump administration to decrease the number of asylum-seekers showing up at the US border.
More Immigrant Children Are Dying At The Border As The Trump Administration Sends People Back To Mexico
A 21-month-old immigrant boy's drowning is the latest in a growing number of child deaths at the border.
The Trump Administration Spent $33 Million To Keep A Child Detention Center Open That Doesn’t House A Single Child
A member of Congress expressed disbelief at the price tag to keep the facility running for what he called "invisible, imaginary, nonexistent human beings."
A Teen Girl Forced To Wait In Mexico Under Trump’s Asylum Policies Nearly Drowned While Waiting To Cross
The near-drowning in the same waters where a father and his daughter died just months ago highlights the danger asylum-seekers face while forced to wait in Mexico.
The Trump Administration Opened Secretive Tent Courts At The Border. The Public Is Not Allowed Inside.
“I don’t know any other word to describe this other than a sham,” a lawyer said.
The 39-year-old Mexican national was not arrested or charged with a crime after surrendering to the FBI.
One medical director said separated children felt physical manifestations of their psychological pain and made statements like “every heartbeat hurts” or “I can’t feel my heart.”
A white man in his thirties shot a police officer during a traffic stop, took off, and randomly fired at other drivers, wreaking havoc and injuring 22 people near Odessa and Midland, Texas.
An Asylum-Seeking Mom Who Applied For A Special Visa For Victims Of Violence Is About To Be Deported Anyway
"I just want a chance. ... I'm afraid I'll be killed if I'm sent back to El Salvador."
In A Rare Prosecution, A Border Patrol Agent Has Resigned After Pleading Guilty To Assaulting An Immigrant
Jason Andrew McGilvray pleaded guilty to one count of deprivation of rights under color of law as part of a plea agreement.
We Asked Asylum-Seeking Kids Forced To Wait In Mexico What They Hoped Their Futures Would Look Like In The US
“In my country, it’s hard to dream like that. You have to leave in order to reach your dream."
The administration announced a new rule that seeks to replace a 1997 court settlement known as the Flores agreement, which limits detention of children to 20 days.
His Wife Died In The El Paso Shooting And He Has No Other Family, So Hundreds Showed Up For Her Funeral
As one El Paso resident said, the funeral was also a chance for locals to show the world — and themselves — "there's still good in mankind, that there's still hope in the world."
Unlike the immigrants detained in a massive sweep this week, their employers weren't criminally charged or arrested. It's unlikely they'll face prosecution.
A Secret US Government List Targeting Journalists And Activists Is Under More Expansive Investigation
"Government surveillance that targets journalists, individuals providing legal services to migrants ... is absolutely unacceptable," Sen. Tom Udall said.