Little has been done to fulfil Trump’s promise of a border wall, but behind the scenes, his administration continues to enact changes to make immigration more difficult
Lawmakers and immigrant rights groups scramble after ICE releases hundreds of migrants without alerting local shelters.
The prosecution of naturalized United States citizens is a sign of a gathering storm.
Analysis: No border wall. No rewrite of immigration policy. No Republican majority in the House. On his top agenda item, the president is getting hammered.
Courts should be added to the list of "sensitive locations" that ICE officials are to avoid, judges say, arguing the justice system depends on safe and equal access to the court system.
The 60-day comment period for the Administration’s new “public charge” rule just closed. There is currently no definition for “public charge” in the r
The White House again wants to expel certain groups of protected immigrants, a reversal after backing away from the policy months ago.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement made more than 2,300 worksite-related arrests this fiscal year, up from about 300 last year.
The Trump administration may soon enforce a new definition of “public charge” that could make thousands of immigrants ineligible for a green card.
A U.S. appeals court has struck down a federal immigration law that opponents warned could be used to criminalize a wide range of statements involving illegal immigration
A proposed federal rule would allow immigration officials to consider a person’s likelihood of using Medicaid when making decisions about whether to issue a green card. The proposal is already scaring