Immigration And Customs Enforcement
'People Are Being Killed Like Flies': Denied Asylum in the U.S., Cameroonians Fear Increasing Violence Back Home
Martin fled Cameroon when security forces imprisoned his father and started regularly raiding Anglophone villages. The U.S. government might send him back.
ICE Denies Claims That It Detains Immigrants During Tragedies Like the El Paso Massacre
Activists warn the practice of detaining people at courthouses and other government venues has discouraged immigrants from cooperating with authorities, even when they are victims of violent crimes.
ICE's New Policy Will Give the Agency More Discretion to Deport Victims of Crimes
The reversal of long-standing internal guidelines on U-visas might lead to the deportation of immigrants with legitimate claims to legal status.
ICE Is Detaining More People Than Ever—and for Longer
Between May and July, the average number of days detainees spent in custody went from 28 to 46.
After Police Cooperated With ICE, California's Sanctuary Law's Strength Will Be Tested in Court
Immigrant rights advocates are set to bring one of the first legal challenges against a city that allegedly contravened the California Values Act.
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.
Police in Daly City Handed an Immigrant Over to ICE Despite California's Sanctuary Protections
Many officers haven't been trained to comply with California's law prohibiting police from turning over those they arrest to federal immigration agents.
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.
Anti-ICE Activists Target PNC Bank for Funding Private Detention Centers
Unlike Bank of the West, Bank of America, and SunTrust, which all announced plans to divest from for-profit prisons, PNC has not responded to activists' calls.
Amazon Prime Day Strikes and Boycotts: A Reading List
We're highlighting stories from our archives on the effectiveness, implications, and origins of corporate boycotts and strikes.
What Latinx ICE and Border Patrol Agents Say About Arresting Immigrants
In 2016, half of all border patrol agents were Hispanic, according to DHS data.
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.
What Will Happen If Trump Speeds Up the Asylum Process?
Officials say the new plan is built to address backlog issues. But advocates say it will result in fewer people getting asylum.
DMV Employees Have Been Accused of Collaborating With ICE. This Isn't the First Time.
This week, public records revealed how ICE has scanned facial data from millions of driver's license photos. But the agency's collaboration with state DMVs might go deeper.
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.
Cory Booker's Immigration Plan Focuses on Day-One Changes
The 2020 candidate's plan focuses on executive actions that could happen with or without Congress getting on board.
A California City Cut Ties to ICE—but Its Detention Center Will Stay Open
It's the latest sign that the agency is finding ways to get around a state law restricting immigration detention, a trend that concerns immigration advocacy groups.