'There Is a Hidden Violence': Jeremy Slack on the Human Tragedy of Deportation
In his new book, Deported to Death, Jeremy Slack undertakes one of the most thorough efforts to date to track the fate of deportees.
The Department of Justice Won't Release Data on Prison Deportations
Each year, the federal government deports thousands of prisoners who enter the Institutional Hearing Program, but it won't reveal critical information about its operations.
Immigrants Are Changing Their Routines Out of Fear, a Survey Finds
Even permanent residents and naturalized citizens report avoiding activities like driving, visiting a doctor, or talking with teachers.
ICE Releases a Dallas-Born Teenager After Wrongful Detention
The case of Francisco Erwin Galicia is one of many instances of a U.S. citizen being targeted for deportation.
'The Border Has Become the United States': How a New Trump Administration Rule Will Expand Fast-Tracked Deportations
Hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants within the U.S. could be summarily deported without a day in court.
The ACLU Is Suing the Trump Administration to Stop Immigration Raids
ICE arrests in 10 cities are supposed to begin on Sunday, targeting mainly families who recently crossed the border.
Motel 6 Will Settle a Suit Over Its Cooperation With ICE
The $10 million settlement will be paid out to guests whose names were handed over to ICE in minimum damages of $75.
Oregon Will Make Undocumented People Eligible for Drivers' Licenses Again
Thirteen other states and Washington, D.C., allow those in the country illegally to get licenses.
Video Hearings in Immigration Court Are Harming Immigrants' Cases
Critics say video hearings are a flawed design of a system seeking deportations.
'Irredeemably Dysfunctional and on the Brink of Collapse': A Journey Through Chicago's Immigration Court
Far from the border, Chicago's Immigration Court reveals the failings of the nation's asylum system.
Immigrant Domestic Violence Survivors Are Afraid to Go to Law Enforcement Under Trump
Trump-era developments in policy and enforcement have discouraged immigrant survivors of abuse from seeking justice, a new survey finds.
Trump Claims ICE Will Deport 'Millions' in the Coming Weeks. Is That Even Possible?
The announcement likely has to do more with Trump's re-election campaign than an actual ICE operation. But that won't stop it from spreading fear through immigrant communities.
ICE Is Failing to Screen the Veterans Among Those It Deports
Veterans are not receiving appropriate review before being placed in removal proceedings, according to a new Government Accountability Office report.
ICE Continues to Arrest Immigrants at Their Hearings for Legal Residency Status
Experts say detaining immigrants at appointments with authorities discourages them from cooperating with law enforcement.
Trump's Immigration Plan Doesn't Address DACA. What's Going to Happen to Dreamers?
Without action from the president or Congress, DACA is unlikely to survive through the end of the year.
Trump Wants to Deport More People Without Hearings
Under a new plan, people who have been in the country for up to two years would be treated as if they just crossed the border—and they could be swiftly deported.
The Trump Administration's Plan to Reduce the Immigration Court Backlog Will Only Add to It
The Department of Justice wants to allow appeals judges to uphold deportations without explaining their reasoning. But the last time that was the practice, the case docket doubled.
Sanctuary Cities Don't Need to Be Worried About Released Immigrants
As President Trump considers releasing detained immigrants in sanctuary cities, advocates remind residents that the vast majority of detainees have not committed any crime more serious than crossing the border.
Can Democrats Decriminalize Unauthorized Immigration?
Xavier Becerra joined Julián Castro and Beto O'Rourke in calling to end criminal charges for those who enter the country illegally.
A Seattle Church Offered an Undocumented Man Sanctuary. Will That Protect Him?
ICE policy discourages enforcement at places of worship, so the agency has avoided entering them, but no law prevents immigration authorities from doing so.
Is It Time to Bring the Nation's Immigration Courts Under the Judicial Branch?
U.S. immigration courts face an "existential crisis." The American Bar Association says it has a solution.
Liberian Civil Rights Groups See 'Racial Animus' in Trump Administration Refugee Policy
A new lawsuit alleges the Department of Homeland Security has not terminated DED-status for Liberians based on a sound determination of safety in Liberia.
The Government Has Not Revealed How Deportation Decisions Are Made
The Board of Immigration Appeals failed to respond to FOIAs about their process for issuing stays of removal. A new lawsuit seeks the information that was withheld.