Immigration advocates are concerned that the slowdown is deliberate, a move to “suppress the vote” of these potential citizens.
An interfaith nonprofit in California’s Central Valley is seeking ways legal residents and citizens can respond if roundups and deportations begin.
A year later, the legacy of California’s first immigration raid under Trump still ripples through the local school and within families as well.
Two teens fleeing violence in war-torn countries sought asylum in the U.S. A Texas dentist’s report helped ICE send them to adult detention centers.
A new survey of judges, prosecutors, law enforcement and advocates suggests immigrant victims are less willing to report crimes or go to court.
ICE’s handbook says agents can order exams of immigrant kids to determine age “as a last resort.” That rule isn’t always followed, advocates say.
Taxpayers are paying $438,000 each year for an Arizona city to be the middleman between ICE and a Texas private prison for detainees.
A majority said it has become harder to investigate cases of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking involving immigrant victims.
In the Golden State’s agricultural heartland, they want Majority leader Kevin McCarthy, other GOP members to step up
Federal programs that have assisted communities with cleaner water, safer sidewalks and sewage treatment are on the chopping block in Washington.
Immigrant girls who request abortions while in federal custody are being referred to counseling centers recommended by an anti-abortion group.
The move has gotten less attention than raids and the border fence, but it has the potential to radically change immigration enforcement nationwide.