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.
Among the instructions: Attorneys were told they no longer had to check the inbox where immigration lawyers emailed requests for deportation relief.
Senate Democrats Are Calling For DHS To Withdraw Its Proposal To Penalize Green Card Applicants For Using Food Stamps
The lawmakers say the rule "will cause tremendous harm to the health and well-being of thousands of children, citizen and immigrant alike."
ICE officers defended their actions to a BuzzFeed News reporter invited to witness an immigration operation in Southern California.
The government estimates that the regulation, released late Saturday, would affect roughly 382,000 people per year.
The attorney general's comments were immediately criticized by the group representing immigration judges.
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.
A new federal filing says Iraq never intended to take back Iraqi citizens — and that ICE lied about it while keeping more than 100 Iraqis in detention for months.
ICE agents arrested 160 suspected undocumented workers at the north Texas worksite this week.
Advocates say the move could threaten due process rights for immigrants and lead to more deportations.
The Lawyer For The Man Charged With Killing Mollie Tibbetts Claimed He’s Here Legally. The Government Says He Is Not.
Cristhian Bahena Rivera registered to work under a false name, his employer revealed Wednesday.
Levy Jaen’s hope to return home to his children hinged on what US law says about who should be considered his father.
When detained workers, including two pregnant women, asked for air conditioning in the bus they were riding in, government agents turned on the heater, the ACLU said.
“For the over 355,000 immigrants whose cases have been administratively closed, this is frightening.”
The school in tiny O'Neill, Nebraska, was closed for the summer, but teachers opened it so children whose parents were caught in the raid had a place to go.
They were picked up as agents sought 17 individuals accused of conspiring to hire undocumented workers.
The judges claim Attorney General Jeff Sessions removed a judge from a case to ensure that the result would be one Sessions favored.
US District Judge Andrew Hanen will hear arguments on a motion to close the Obama-era program. Many fear he'll order it shut down.
Matthew Albence's rise to the No. 2 position in Immigration and Customs Enforcement is a move that may indicate a hard line on immigration from the agency.
A Federal Court Just Ruled Against Trump On Sanctuary Cities, But It Also Could Delight Jeff Sessions
The 9th Circuit agreed with a lower court that the order is unconstitutional, but rejected making the injunction apply nationwide.
Here's The Thing About Immigration Court: If The Government Doesn't Like A Ruling, It Can Get A New Judge
The Justice Department replaced an immigration judge who'd blocked the deportation of a man who failed to show up for a hearing. The new judge ordered the man deported.
New statistics released Tuesday show the extent of the Trump administration's efforts to enforce immigration laws at US workplaces.