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Immigration attorney pleads for relief as DACA deadlines loom and social distancing adds hurdles for ‘Dreamers’
At least 27,000 "Dreamers" work in the medical field, but the Trump administration isn't making it easy for them to remain in the country.
Trump administration postpones many immigration hearings, but courts remain open for detained children and other asylum-seekers
Despite calls to close immigration courts and release detainees, the US Department of Justice announced it was only postponing some hearings.
With the coronavirus infection rate exploding across the country, immigration advocates worry that ICE won't be able to contain the crisis as it spreads into detention facilities.
Immigrant doctors enlisted in the US army want to treat coronavirus patients, but are reportedly stuck cleaning and doing paperwork instead
These doctors are not yet allowed to practice medicine in uniform and are instead completing basic tasks such as cleaning and taking out trash.
Judge Dana Leigh Marks told Business Insider the federal government is jeopardizing public safety by refusing to close the immigration courts.
The US wants to turn back migrants at the US-Mexico border over fears of spreading coronavirus through detention facilities and Border Patrol agents
Officials fear the coronavirus could spread like wildfire through detention centers and sicken the Border Patrol force, which is already understaffed.
The US is halting visas for Mexican guest workers, and farmers say it’ll disrupt the food supply while grocery stores are already struggling to ...
Grocery stores across the country have been subjected to panic-buying amid the coronavirus pandemic, with many running out of staple products.
Immigration judges, ICE attorneys, and experts are calling on the Trump administration to close the courts to stop the novel coronavirus from spreadin...
The spread of the coronavirus is spurring immigration judges and activists alike to call for the immediate, emergency closure of immigration courts.
Government workers say they warned that Trump’s family separations traumatized children but were dismissed as ‘a broken record’
Under President Donald Trump's zero-tolerance policy, thousands of migrant children were separated from their parents and scattered around the country.
Trump’s top immigration official was appointed to the job unlawfully and now some of his policy memos are invalid, a court ruled
President Donald Trump's top immigration official entered his job unlawfully and now some of his policies must be "set aside," a federal judge ruled.