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 said it was being forced by a court order to restart the Remain in Mexico policy as soon as mid-November.
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.
"The [American] government is leaving us behind for the enemy to cut our heads off," one interpreter said. "I just need a safe place for now."
Gabriela Garcia's poignant debut lets readers travel through history alongside multiple generations of resilient, complicated Cuban and Cuban American women.
As a formerly undocumented Mexican immigrant, I’ve longed for more books telling our stories to be published and celebrated. Jeanine Cummins’ American Dirt is not what I was hoping for.
When I was born, my grandfather gave me an alpaca blanket to keep de por vida. Nearly 40 years later, it’s one of the only things connecting me to the man who was, in many ways, my first father.
There is a seismic line to draw in Asian American fiction that begins with Younghill Kang and extends, in a series of autobiographical novels by Asian American writers, into the present.
I learned very early that to be an immigrant in this country meant I didn’t have the luxury of choosing what I wanted. (An excerpt from the anthology The Good Immigrant.)
“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."
One Haitian father, chased from the US border by dire conditions and the threat of deportation flights, defended his family from armed Mexican officials at a hotel in an early morning standoff.
David Neal left in 2019, when many immigration judges were concerned about how Trump had reshaped the work the court was doing.
“Honestly, I don’t know how much longer I can stay at DHS if this continues,” one official said.
It’s official: Biden is our new president. But just because we’re almost done with the utter chaos of Trump doesn’t mean the country is cured of its ills.
After crossing from Mexico into Texas, thousands of people are now living in squalid conditions as they await deportation.
Natural disasters and political instability have for years sent Haitians fleeing their country. Now they’ve made camp at the US border: “This is worse than being in prison.”
"We're exposed here and very scared of what might happen to us now."
My mom gave up so much to give me a better life in America. I owe her — and other immigrants — so much.
The price you have to pay for watching 90 Day Fiancé, seemingly, is that you have to admit to yourself that you’re a bad person who likes bad things.
“The more violence we experience, the more deportees they send.”
A trip to Houston’s Seiwa Market — where the shoppers are a microcosm of a wildly diverse city — will literally turn my day around.
A week after the country’s triumphant World Cup win, conversations have ignited about what it truly means to be an immigrant, African, and French.
When Border Patrol agents question you, it feels like they’re questioning your very existence. Who are you? Why are you here?
Jeff Sessions recently undermined asylum protections for domestic violence survivors. Before he made that call, here's how one woman pleaded her case.
My parents destroyed our family when they immigrated to the US — but I'm still grateful they did. (An excerpt from The Displaced: Refugee Writers on Refugee Lives.)
"Love was a real thing, I had learned from books. And I wanted it."
My great-uncle Tomas Concepcion was a legend in our family — a famed artist and politician living in a hilltop castle on the Mediterranean. When I was 20 I visited him in Italy, looking to understand how he got there, why he stayed, and what it means to be an immigrant who leaves home with hopes of building something permanent.