The House voted to pass legislation to ensure that migrants have access to water, food, and medical services. But the bill will likely face opposition in the Senate.
Even permanent residents and naturalized citizens report avoiding activities like driving, visiting a doctor, or talking with teachers.
Hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants within the U.S. could be summarily deported without a day in court.
The new measure is intended to reduce costs and accelerate proceedings, but even immigration judges are questioning it.
ICE arrests in 10 cities are supposed to begin on Sunday, targeting mainly families who recently crossed the border.
Restaurants rely heavily on foreign-born workers, and that's unlikely to change.
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.
The government's own internal report confirms some of the claims made by Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and others this week.
Democrats want health coverage for everybody in America, including the undocumented. What does that mean for folks already getting government-covered health care?
Thirteen other states and Washington, D.C., allow those in the country illegally to get licenses.
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.
Federal statute protects the most basic of children's rights—but advocates say the government is still trying to find loopholes.
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.
This week, the state came one step closer to becoming the first to extend Medicaid to all undocumented immigrants.
A new bill is making its way through the state legislature as recent reports of migrant child deaths raise concerns about transparency.
Housing advocates, immigrants' rights groups, social policy think tanks, and public housing management organizations have united in opposition to the rule.
Nationally, traffic violations constitute the plurality of charges leading to ICE detention.
A federal court has decided to allow the administration to continue sending asylum seekers back to Mexico as the lawsuit against the Remain in Mexico plan makes its way through the legal system.
The new plan could mean more asylum claims will be denied, according to advocates.
A social worker explains how the president's latest memo could affect asylum seekers as they await the outcome of their court proceedings.