The federal government is resolute that it will end a program that gives spouses of H-1B visa holders authorization to work. They just haven't said when.
Julio Ramos just started medical school, but unless Congress passes laws to protect undocumented immigrants brought to the US as children, it’s unclear if he can finish his training. Or pay back the student loans he’s already taken out.
Here’s what one family will do to stay together. We’re following their story.
The Department of Homeland Security has called for more immigration detention facilities to open along the US-Mexico border. And negotiations between a private prison company and the government have already begun in the Rio Grande Valley.
They were in the US legally due to a statute offered to people from countries in crisis. Now, their crisis is deemed over, but it's not easy to return home.
Communities keeping an eye out for people at risk of radicalization — that's helpful to counterterrorism efforts around the world. This week, President Trump proposed cutting the US version of the program.
Immigration officials are halting publishing a weekly report that names cities that don’t comply with requests to hold people beyond their release dates. They had published three reports — all with significant errors.
There’s one thing that immigration experts on all political sides have in common: More data is better.
When news that Daniel Ramirez Medina was detained in Seattle became public this week, a shiver went up the spines of hundreds of thousands of people. Juan Escalante says the fear is really — but it's time to prepare.
The US spends some $20 billion per year on immigration enforcement. The budget for immigration courts is about $420 million.
Trump has signed executive orders for the Department of Homeland Security, including an admonition to increase transparency.