Biden Was Forced To Bring Back Trump’s “Remain In Mexico” Policy, But Now He’s Expanding The Pool Of Immigrants Who Can Get Caught Up In It
“It is very mixed messaging when leaders from the US and Mexico who so strongly oppose the Trump-era Remain in Mexico policy reimplement it with an even broader scope,” one expert said.
The Biden administration issued a second memo in an attempt to end a Trump-era policy that forced thousands of immigrants to wait in Mexico.
Biden Officials Plan To Expand The List Of Places Where Immigration Agents Would Be Limited From Making Arrests
Immigration officers are restricted from making arrests at schools and hospitals. The new policy would include additional domestic violence shelters.
A Leaked US Government Report Documents How People With Medical Conditions And Disabilities Were Forced Into The “Remain In Mexico” Program
The report offers a rare window into the behind-the-scenes dysfunction and confusion surrounding the so-called Remain in Mexico program, which is set to come back.
The Biden Administration Has Suspended A Trump-Era Policy That Put Immigrants At Risk Of Being Deported Without Due Process
The decision comes after BuzzFeed News inquired about data detailing how the little-known policy was used for several immigrants this year.
The Biden Administration Is Moving To End Mass Worksite Raids That Resulted In Hundreds Of Immigrants Being Arrested
The so-called worksite operations resulted in some of the largest single-day arrests of undocumented immigrants during former president Donald Trump’s presidency.
“This is putting a lot more trust in the agents’ approach,” one former ICE leader told BuzzFeed News.
The Biden Administration Is Providing Legal Representation For Certain Immigrant Children In Eight US Cities
The new initiative will provide government-funded legal representation to certain children in Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, and Portland.
Immigrants Who Escaped The Texas Camp Crackdown Are Facing Another Set Of Dire Circumstances In Mexico
“I’d like to stay here in Mexico, but I’m scared because I don’t have permission to be here,” one immigrant told BuzzFeed News. “I don't know what to do."
David Neal left in 2019, when many immigration judges were concerned about how Trump had reshaped the work the court was doing.
21 Savage Turned Himself In To Police And Was Released On Bond. His Attorneys Claimed There’s An ICE Connection.
Earlier this month, a local judge signed a warrant authorizing his arrest on suspicion of felony drug possession and weapons possession.
“Honestly, I don’t know how much longer I can stay at DHS if this continues,” one official said.
“Remain In Mexico” Asylum-Seekers Thought There Was Hope Under Biden, But Despair Is Sinking Back In
"One day we were waiting on the call to enter the US, and the next we don't know if we will ever be allowed in."
Immigrant Children Were Burned With Scalding Water And Threatened At An Emergency Shelter, A Whistleblower Said
The federal employee also reported that many children at another shelter suffered from dehydration and developed gastrointestinal issues.
The Trump-era program forced more than 71,000 immigrants and asylum-seekers to wait in dangerous areas in Mexico while a US judge ruled on their case.
ICE Prosecutors Have Been Told To No Longer Use A Biden Memo That Provided More Power To Decide Which Immigration Cases To Drop
The email indicates that a federal ruling on Thursday will have major implications for ICE and how it operates.
A Judge Is Requiring The Biden Administration To Restart Trump’s Remain In Mexico Policy For Asylum-Seekers
The Biden administration could still ask the Supreme Court to step in and block the order to resume the Migration Protection Protocols.
It’s the latest setback in the courts for the Biden administration’s immigration policy.
An Afghan Man Who Translated For the US Military Is Now Desperately Trying To Save His Family From The Taliban
“We are trying to figure out how to have my family survive, to not be tortured or beheaded.”
The new action aims to prevent an increase in the backlog of immigration court cases by having asylum officers handle cases initially instead of judges.