In the midst of arguments over Trump's suspension of refugee resettlement, some needy people are still getting in.
Yemen had strong words for President Donald Trump this weekend following his new refugee and migrant restrictions.
Luis Mancheno came to the US to escape violence. He wants our new president to know what that means, and what hope that in the promise of the United States can offer to refugees.
A Boston judge granted a limited reprieve to refugees and immigrants from seven majority-Muslim countries who already have documents to enter the US. That gives immigrants in the US a week to prepare for potential family separations, legal issues and, perhaps, being unable to travel.
If the rollout of Friday’s order seemed hasty or disorganized to outsiders, a US government official who spoke to us also perceives a rather chaotic process unfolding — and seems uncertain what will come next.
We know that legal permanent residents can be deported for all types of crimes, big and small. Is it the president's intention to put resources into deporting immigrants who are here with valid documents?
The executive order that President Donald Trump signed on Friday directed federal agents to deport refugees and anyone arriving from seven majority-Muslim countries, leaving in limbo people in transit when he signed the order. On Saturday, a judge issued an emergency injunction blocking the order.
Trump's sweeping executive order to suspend the arrival of refugees and impose tough new controls on travelers from Muslim-majority nations appears to be taking immediate effect.
The husband, wife and two children, who had reserved seats on an EgyptAir flight, were informed that they could not board because of America’s new restrictions against immigrants from Muslim-countries.
The White House’s immigration policy targets people in the criminal justice system — whether or not they are convicted of crimes — and will likely most affect refugees and immigrants from Muslim-majority countries. Many of the members of African Communities Together are part of all of those groups.
Anxiety is running high for Syrians in the US after President Trump's proposed refugee ban might prevent family reunifications.