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While the president's proposed path to legalization will give 1.8 million people a chance at citizenship, many will still be left out.
The White House appears to be at odds with experts over who is to blame for a sluggish immigration court system.
A judge ruled Tuesday night that the Trump administration has to keep DACA intact.
The administration is set to rule on whether to extend temporary residency protections for Salvadorans.
The government is due to run out of money on Friday. What happens next?
As the Trump administration looks to deal with democrats on immigration, DACA students at Loyola University are fighting against legislation that would harm friends and family.
The cap is the lowest set since 1980.
Senators James Lankford and Thom Tillis introduced the GOP's answer to immigration reform.
The pontiff calls out Trump—and the American public—on an instance of what he deems unchristian ethical inconsistency.
Ineligible for federal grants, undocumented science students must rely on private fellowships—which often depend on DACA.
It remains to be seen how taking away those benefits will affect the American economy.
The program affects about 800,000 people.
Activists pray at the wall between Mexico and the United States in Baja California, Mexico, during a protest against the possibility of deportation of those included in the DACA program on September 4th, 2017.
The children of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. are often overlooked in the policy debates surrounding immigration. But a new study shows programs like DACA protect their mental health.
The organization filed open record requests to determine whether the attorney general conspired with state officials to end DACA.