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A photo of Boundary Road, Blaine, Washington, where the Connors said they swerved from. The US and Canada are separated here by several meter of grass between two roads.

How a British family got entangled in a US immigration nightmare after a wrong turn led to nearly 2 weeks in ICE detention

The Connors' story shows how just one unintentional violation of US immigration law can land a family in weeks of detention in an unfamiliar country.
U.S. border patrol agents patrol the border of Montana and Alberta near Sweetgrass, Montana, May 29, 2009

A British family vacationing in Canada unknowingly swerved onto a US road to dodge an animal. ICE has detained them and their 3-month-old baby for 12 ...

The Connorses were driving close to the US border when they "made a very brief detour on an unmarked road to avoid an animal," they said.
A 1-year old Guatemalan asylum seeker rests in her mother's arms in an encampment where they live near the Gateway International Bridge after being sent back under the "Remain in Mexico" program in Matamoros.

Trump’s immigration crackdown forced 16,000 children, including 500 babies, to wait for weeks or months in Mexico for their asylum hearings

The Trump administration has ordered thousands of underage migrants, including more than 500 infants, to wait in Mexico for their asylum hearings.
Only 24 women helm Fortune 500 companies in 2018.

Microsoft workers are asking the company to cancel its $8 million of contracts with ICE, after their colleagues at GitHub take a stand

Microsoft employees posted a letter on GitHub asking the company to drop its contracts with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, worth over $8 million
A detainee — not Ronaldo — stands in a cell at Otay Mesa immigration detention center in San Diego, California, U.S. May 18, 2018.

ICE reportedly gave an asylum-seeker at a detention center ibuprofen after he was shot in the head

A Guatemalan asylum-seeker who was shot in the head and tortured was given just ibuprofen to treat his pain while detained at an ICE.
GitHub CEO Nat Friedman

GitHub is facing an employee backlash as its CEO defends a $200,000 contract with ICE: ‘All it does is make us complicit’

Here's what GitHub CEO Nat Friedman wrote in a letter to employees. He says the company disagrees with current immigration policies.

More immigrants are moving into Trump states instead of expensive cities in blue states. Here’s how the shift could reshape the 2020 election an...

The trend mirrors migration patterns as people move out of expensive, coastal cities in blue cities and into less denser areas of red states.
Yolanda Ramiirez, who is transgender, applied for asylum in January 2018, and is still waiting to hear back.

‘They told me that I was going to die’: The US says El Salvador is safe for migrants, but transgender women living there fear for their li...

A transgender woman living in El Salvador says MS-13 killed her friends and went after her next. She's been waiting for the US to grant her asylum.
An US Border Patrol agent checks the area near the border fence in Columbus, New Mexico, on February 19, 2017, on the US/Mexico border.

A senior border patrol agent quietly retired after he was charged with sexually assaulting a junior agent

A senior Border Patrol agent retired after being arrested and indicted on sexual assault and kidnapping charges against a female colleague.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin K. McAleenan speaks about the impact of the dramatic increase in illegal crossings that continue to occur along the Southwest during a news conference, in El Paso

Department of Homeland Security chief Kevin McAleenan was shouted off stage by pro-immigration protesters

Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan abandoned the podium at an immigration conference after about seven minutes of protests.