A bipartisan deal to bring millions of immigrants out of the shadows, and pay for a secure border.
A mother cradled a crying toddler as she waited in line with 20 other women to shower. Dozens of fathers quietly held their children’s hands in an enclosure made of chain-link fencing.
I met with G, an asylum seeker from Honduras, in a large open space at the South Texas Family Residential Center in Dilley, Texas, last month. As a volunteer attorney working with immigrants detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, it was my job to help her prepare for her initial asylum interview. First, though, I needed to hear her story.
A federal judge in Northern California will hear arguments on Friday on a motion for a preliminary block on the Remain in Mexico program brought by several returnees and advocacy groups.
Can the administration force asylum seekers to spend months waiting in Mexico?
Each fiscal year, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) reserves 20,000 H-1B visas for applicants with a U.S. master’s degree or higher. Some 65,000 visas are available to those with a bachelor’s degree or higher. USCIS has received a surplus of applications for the past several years, resulting in a lottery type system.
Democratic presidential candidate Kirsten Gillibrand pitched her ideas Thursday to improve the asylum process while touring a law clinic at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas that helps immigrants with legal matters
A growing number of Americans say immigration levels should remain the same or increase, according to a major U.S. survey, a shift that comes as the Trump administration has ramped up immigration enforcement.
scheduling glitches led an immigration judge to deny the Trump administration’s request to order four Central American migrants deported because they failed to show for initial hearings Wednesday in the U.S. while being forced to wait in Mexico.
President Trump has declared an emergency at the Mexico border. This photo shows why a wall won’t stop asylum seekers from flooding into the United States.
Public transit commuters rarely interact with those around them, much less take the time to dig deep into their personal lives. But aboard a bus in Arlington, passengers will be introduced to six complete strangers and get to know their entire family histories through a new exhibit.