The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two cases involving Trump administration policies at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A Vietnam War veteran and Purple Heart recipient has finally been granted US citizenship, more than 50 years after his military duty.
The justices signaled in their order Friday that they will hear arguments in December and issue a decision by early January, when Trump must report the once-a-decade census results to Congress.
Agents with U.S. Border Patrol in Texas arrested nearly 300 undocumented immigrants in eighteen hours after a series of operations with other law enforcement agencies.
The lawsuit alleged that between 2010 and 2014, the Sheriff’s Department routinely held people in jail for days, weeks or even months beyond the dates of their release and refused to allow them to post bail solely because of immigration detention requests from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Truck supposedly containing medical supplies carried methamphetamine, fentanyl and other illegal substances: report
U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced that it has awarded two contracts to build roughly 40 miles of new border walls in Webb County, Texas.
An immigration detention center in Georgia performed questionable hysterectomies, refused to test detainees for COVID-19 and shredded medical records, according to a nurse quoted in a complaint filed Monday.
The Trump administration has also expelled more than 7,600 people who came in families since the public health emergency order took effect in March.
A federal judge said Friday that she would order the Trump administration to stop detaining immigrant children in hotels before expelling them from the United States, a policy enacted during the coronavirus pandemic.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said that while he won’t tear down President Trump’s much-touted wall along the United States’ southern border with Mexico, he also won’t continue construction of the barrier if he’s elected president in November.
President Trump on Monday signed an executive order banning federal agencies from firing American citizens or green card holders and hiring foreign workers to do their jobs.
The Trump administration announced Friday that it is increasing immigration fees -- with those seeking citizenship facing a hike of more than 80 percent, while asylum seekers will face a charge for their claim.
A number of groups, including the ACLU and Sierra Club, had asked the high court to get involved again after the justices last year cleared the way for the administration to use military funds for construction while the case played out in the courts.
Facing eight federal lawsuits and opposition from hundreds of universities, the Trump administration on Tuesday rescinded a rule that would have required international students to transfer or leave the country if their schools held classes entirely online because of the pandemic.
International students worried about a new immigration policy that could potentially cost them their visas say they feel stuck between being unnecessarily exposed during the coronavirus pandemic and being able to finish their studies in America.
Harvard University and MIT are suing the Department of Homeland Security over a new ICE rule that expels international students enrolled at colleges that will be online in the fall because of the coronavirus pandemic, the schools announced on Wednesday.
Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced a policy reversal this week that could put thousands of international students in jeopardy of deportation.
Students who are participating in the SEVP but are taking a full course load of only online classes, will no longer be permitted to remain within in the United States, according to ICE.
A senior administration official says the ban will stay in effect until the end of 2020 in an effort to free up jobs.