Without action from the president or Congress, DACA is unlikely to survive through the end of the year.
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 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.
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.
Xavier Becerra joined Julián Castro and Beto O'Rourke in calling to end criminal charges for those who enter the country illegally.
ICE policy discourages enforcement at places of worship, so the agency has avoided entering them, but no law prevents immigration authorities from doing so.
U.S. immigration courts face an "existential crisis." The American Bar Association says it has a solution.
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 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.
By sharing ICE's tip line with guests, the international hotel chain exposes trafficking victims and others to greater possible harm.
The agency reportedly targeted not just the artist's immigration status but his persona, in the latest example of what advocates identify as ICE abusing its authority.
The White House is expected to push to deport Vietnam War refugees with final removal orders, but immigration rights advocates argue they have already paid their debt to society.
The convenience store giant may have played a role in immigration enforcement sweeps at franchises across the country.
Advocates respond to the Washington Post's reports that Hispanic people with American birth certificates were being treated as non-citizens.
Most likely, a federal judge will just extend the deadline.
As of September of 2018, over 350,000 immigration cases had been closed and never re-opened, saving some immigrants from deportation and allowing judges to move through cases more quickly.
With crisis-stricken Venezuela spilling refugees into Colombia and Brazil, politically expedient deportations make the situation worse.
People protest against the deportation flight of refugees to Afghanistan at the airport in Düsseldorf, Germany, on January 23rd, 2018.
The administration is set to rule on whether to extend temporary residency protections for Salvadorans.
As Trump moves to sanction countries that don't accept deportees, analysts warn that U.S. residents of Vietnamese origin no longer have the same protections.
Across the country, people who have taken in young undocumented relatives are being swept up in what ICE calls a crackdown on guardians who pay human smugglers.