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This is how Trump is really changing immigration

A Trump supporter named John B. who emailed me recently wrote that, "No one is against legal immigration." President Trump and his administration are,...

Green Card Voices Offers a Platform for Immigrant Stories

Her face now reserved, Aisha Abdullahi sits on stage under a bright spotlight. Jose Guzman works the microphone and camera while Tea Rozman-Clark perches...

African immigrants await key Supreme Court ruling on immigration

The U.S. Supreme Court will announce its decision in United States v. Texas between now and the end of June. The outcome will determine...

Obama’s immigration executive action: What you need to know

President Barack Obama has finally delivered the eagerly awaited Executive Order and although masses were excited about the prospects of the Order solving their...

Over 200,000 parents deported in two years

The federal government conducted more than 200,000 deportations of parents who said their children are U.S. citizens in a timespan of just over two...

Over 400 take Oath of Allegiance as new citizens

For Perpetual Garyeazon, there was only one word to describe her experience  last  month as she was sworn in as an American citizen during...

Morton Memo: Valid Reprieve from Removal or Hollow Policy?

To date, fewer than 3,000 immigration court cases nationwide have been closed under the Morton Memo. Issued by Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director (ICE)...

Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) to expand to Immigrant Detention Centers

Victims of sexual assault in immigrant detention centers will no longer be excluded from protection under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), the White...