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Human smugglers at Mexican border won’t be sought after if migrants can come to the U.S. legally.
Deportation proceedings are a second layer of prosecution for people who have either served their sentences or had their convictions overturned.
If you put infants in federal custody, you're obliged to feed them.
The U.S. has taken in more Ukrainians through other migration pathways, but the low refugee tally shows how ill-prepared the U.S. refugee resettlement program was to help Ukrainians.
Graduates of the world’s top universities will soon be eligible for a new multi-year visa in the U.K. that will help bolster the nation’s competitive edge.
Greg Abbott Has Used Migrants as Political Pawns Again and Again. Now, He Says He'll Bus Them to Capitol Hill.
Given his track record, it isn’t surprising that Abbott would opt for a blusterous anti-migrant spectacle that comes at the expense of Texas taxpayers.
The controversial public health order will finally meet its end after U.S. immigration officials used it to carry out 1.7 million expulsions.
There are no public health gains from booting kids out of the country.
Those already in the U.S. as of March 15 may also work legally for the next 18 months.
A federal judge wrote that migrants could face "horrific consequences" if expelled to certain places, particularly Mexico and Central American countries.
Let's give green cards to the Russians and deprive Vladimir Putin of the brainpower that keeps Russia's industrial motors running.
Europe's poorest country is stepping up to help Ukrainians. Time for the U.S. to do the same.
Now is the time for immigration relief, not military involvement on Ukraine’s behalf.
But bureaucratic backlogs mean it's still taking far too long for them to get to work.
This Indian Family Froze to Death Trying To Reach America. Our Immigration System Should Have Saved Them.
Visa pathways are limited for people like the Patels.
"It's abundantly clear he has no regard for the suffering of the Venezuelan people," then–presidential candidate Biden said of Trump's deportation flights.
Not everything in the bill would keep America competitive, but the immigration provisions certainly would.
Some good changes have flown under the radar. But there have been few wins—political or practical.
The government has had ample time to figure out how to provide standard visa services in the face of COVID-19, but it’s come up short.
Their immigration struggles are indicative of broader issues in America’s refugee and asylum infrastructure.
It's a welcome move after refugee resettlement hit a record low in fiscal year 2021.
Joe Biden promised to do better by migrants upon taking office, but he fell short in 2021.
Canadian officials recognize that immigrants are key to the post-COVID economic recovery. The U.S. should take note.
Around 28,000 Afghans Are Still Awaiting Approval To Come to the U.S. on Urgent Humanitarian Grounds
Only about 100 Afghans who have applied for temporary admission to the U.S. have been approved.
The U.S. is still facing a worker shortage. Why keep willing workers away from jobs?
A Knoxville Woman Called 911. Instead of Getting Help, She Was Arrested and Placed in Immigration Detention for Months.
Knox County's program authorizing such enforcement activities may have been instituted illegally.
The Trump-era border measure relegated 70,000 migrants to dangerous conditions in Mexico while they awaited immigration court dates.
Title 42 expulsions are a cruel and indiscriminate pandemic mitigation measure.
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The administration's processing of asylum claims is shrouded in mystery.
Migrant Children Languished in Filthy Conditions Under Eye of Untrained Contractors, Whistleblowers Say
Two federal whistleblowers say they witnessed conditions that "caused physical, mental, and emotional harm affecting dozens of children" at the largest of the government's shelters for migrant youths.
"I feel like I've given up," says a 17-year-old from Guatemala. "I feel like I'll never get out of here."
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Immigration is just like free trade.
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