Health and Human Services removed HIV from a list of communicable diseases that bar immigrants from entry into the United States in 2010.
New research finds Germans are less likely to help a hijab-wearing Muslim woman, but this bias fades if she demonstrates agreement with the national consensus that littering is bad.
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.
Many officers haven't been trained to comply with California's law prohibiting police from turning over those they arrest to federal immigration agents.
The Constitution doesn't bar non-citizens from voting, but when San Francisco opened up school elections to all residents, a conservative firestorm followed.
A new study estimates that as many as 8.3 million kids are at risk of losing their benefits.
New research finds that an Asian American who presents as gay signals that he or she is fully invested in American culture.
Trump-era developments in policy and enforcement have discouraged immigrant survivors of abuse from seeking justice, a new survey finds.
The hard drive of a deceased GOP strategist reveals an effort to undercount Democratic Latinxs.
Non-citizens in the military are now denied citizenship more frequently than their civilian counterparts. The Department of Defense appears to be behind the shift.
Civil rights advocates argue such arrests dissuade immigrants from seeking the protection of the law.
We collected a list of states with sanctuary—and anti-sanctuary—policies. But it was more complicated than you might think.
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.
The Vermont senator shares the same zero-sum mindset on immigration as his Republican counterparts, including Donald Trump.
Xavier Becerra joined Julián Castro and Beto O'Rourke in calling to end criminal charges for those who enter the country illegally.
Three reasons why the president might have decided to withdraw his acting director's name from the senate nomination process.
The Dayton, Ohio, Board of Education adopted a policy barring immigration agents from enforcing on school grounds. A new bill in the Ohio State House would end that.
U.S. immigration courts face an "existential crisis." The American Bar Association says it has a solution.
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.
The evidence suggests that, in the long run, immigration is good for America.
After a circuit court ordered the removal of a citizenship question from the census, the Trump administration asked the Supreme Court to weigh in on the case. On Friday, the high court agreed.
Trump will likely stoke anti-immigrant sentiment in his address, but he won't talk about child separation and immigration court backlog.
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.
In New York City, Haitian community leaders are attempting to change the script when it comes to the church's influence on social justice issues.