The court's decision does leave open the possibility that the Trump administration could rescind DACA — just that the process by which it did so in this case was unlawful.
The Trump Administration Will Soon Deny Work Permits For Asylum-Seekers Who Enter The US Without Authorization
The policy will also block work permits for asylum-seekers who do not file for protections within one year of arrival in the US.
Immigrants Delayed By The Coronavirus Are Suing To Be Naturalized In Time To Vote In The Presidential Election
Attorneys are worried their clients won’t be able to complete the last step to obtain US citizenship in time to register to vote in October after the pandemic sidelined scheduled ceremonies.
A 16-Year-Old Boy Is Suing The Trump Administration, Claiming It's Using The Pandemic As An Excuse To Deport Him
The teen is the first to challenge an unprecedented policy put in place amid the coronavirus pandemic that has all but shut down asylum at the southern border.
The Trump Administration Said It Didn’t Change Policy To Deny Housing Loans To DACA Recipients. Emails Show Otherwise.
New documents show that the Trump administration moved to block young undocumented immigrants from federal housing loans in 2018.
Oscar Grant Was Also Filmed Being Killed By Police. Years Later, His Mom Says, “It’s Heartbreaking To See That We Are Still Nowhere.”
“It’s very hard to relive the death of your child each and every time,” Wanda Johnson told BuzzFeed News.
Dozens Of Immigrant Families Who Were Separated At The Border Likely Shouldn't Have Been, An Internal Report Found
The inspector general's report found that 40 children were separated from their parents for at least four weeks, although one didn't see their family for more than a year.
"My show is about a religious person who is trying to be a better religious person. In many ways, that’s really what we’re talking about."
More than 1,000 people detained by ICE have tested positive for the coronavirus so far.
The US Agency In Charge Of The Immigration System Says It's Facing A Financial Disaster Amid The Coronavirus Pandemic
"Without congressional intervention, we risk not being able to make payroll and will have to take drastic actions to keep the agency afloat," the leader of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services wrote to employees.
The ACLU said Wednesday that the immigrant "died because ICE refused to release him when he still had a chance to survive this deadly virus.”
ICE Moved Dozens Of Detainees Across The Country During The Coronavirus Pandemic. Now Many Have COVID-19.
Twenty-one detainees have tested positive for the coronavirus since being moved from jails in the Northeast US to Texas.
US Citizens Trying To Get Their Parents Green Cards Feel Hopeless After Trump's Latest Immigration Ban
"I feel so desperate and hopeless now. I just want my parents here with me."
The policy will not apply to those coming to the country temporarily, such as agricultural workers or students, or to children or spouses of citizens who are outside the US.
Trump Says His 60-Day Immigration Ban Will Only Apply To People Applying For Green Cards. But The Order Is Still "Being Written."
The policy announcement comes during a time when the immigration system has already slowed down significantly.
It was not immediately clear how the latest planned ban he tweeted about would be implemented.
"I cry every night, every day. I feel helpless. I don’t know what’s going on."
Immigrants Are Scared Of Getting Coronavirus Treatment Because Of Trump's Crackdown, Doctors And Lawyers Say
The detailed accounts come in a legal challenge to the Trump administration’s sweeping policy that allows the government to deny permanent residency to immigrants who officials believe are likely to use public benefits.
"At this point we're just waiting to be next because the virus is passed so easily," one detainee told BuzzFeed News.
The Coronavirus Has Derailed The Citizenship Oath For Thousands Of Immigrants Who Are Anxious To Vote
"It's like being on the 1-yard line and suddenly there's a timeout that may last for months."