ey stood together in a circle for several minutes as he closed his eyes and his voice filled the room. Maybe it was gratitude, or homesickness, or fatigue, or despair, or joy, or some combination, but by the time he said “Amen,” his shoulders had started to tremble and his voice had begun to break. He squeezed their hands and then let go.
The family of the 7-year-old girl who died while in border patrol custody is calling for a “transparent and neutral investigation” into the circumstances that led to her death, attorneys representing her heartbroken family said in a statement Saturday.
The unexampled malevolence of the Trump administration toward immigrants and the nation’s neediest residents has hardly been a secret. But nothing lays it out more forcibly than its proposal to tighten the “public charge” rule, which applies to those seeking admission to the United States or hoping to upgrade their immigration status.
Democrats are ripping the Trump administration over the death of a 7-year-old Guatemalan girl in U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) custody earlier this month.
Sen. Jeff Merkley (D-Ore.) accused the Trump administration on Friday of designing federal immigration policy with the intent of “traumatizing” children of migrant parents who come to the U.S. seeking asylum.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg welcomed a group of new U.S. citizens during a naturalization ceremony before the Constitution in the National Archives in Washington, D.C., on Friday.
I am terrified of what immigration policies Trump is planning next.
Originally published by The Daily Beast Department of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen blamed the death of a 7-year-old migrant girl in U.S. custody on her family, during an appearance on Fox & Friends early Friday morning. The girl, identified as Jackeline Caal, from Guatemala arrived with her father in a group of 163 migrants at the …
A 7-year-old girl who crossed the U.S.-Mexico border with her father last week died after being taken into the custody of the U.S. Border Patrol, federal immigration authorities confirmed Thursday.
On Saturday, the New York Times reported that two more women have come forward to say that they worked at the Trump National Golf Club in New Jersey while undocumented. This comes after the Times’ story last week about an undocumented immigrant who worked as a maid at the club since 2013. Victorina Morales said she had made Trump’s bed, cleaned his toilet, and dusted his trophies, all while working without proper papers. Including another woman who now has legal status, this brings the total to four former employees who say they worked at the club while undocumented.