The French president faced criticism from all mainstream parties and dissent from inside his own, as debate of his immigration bill entered hour 60.
An Indiana transgender man with Mexican citizenship—who challenged a federal appeals court—will not be able to forge ahead with his suit and legally change his name, because he is not a U.S. citizen.
"We, who know precisely what it's like to be refugees, to be homeless and bereft of a state that preserves and protects us from violence and suffering, cannot comprehend how a Jewish government can expel refugees and asylum seekers to a journey of suffering, torment and death."
Arthur Wagner's departure has caused a minor media sensation.
The move, while mostly symbolic, is only the latest example of protest against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government.
Israel wants to hire 70 new immigration inspectors to "carry out enforcement tasks against illegal aliens and their employers," including the need to "locate, detain and monitor illegal persons."
Rosa awaits removal to Mexico, where she has not lived since she was three months old.
ICE gang databases include children whose worst offense is that they live in a poor neighborhood and are not white.
When ICE deprived an El Salvadorian of her diabetes medicine, the U.S. became more dangerous than the country she fled.
The offer, extended to "sodomites" and "perverts," seems like a publicity stunt but the channel insist it is "no joke."
The WikiLeaks founder will stay in the embassy until the U.K. clarifies whether it has received an extradition request from the U.S., his attorney tells Newsweek.
Immigration agents would be newly empowered to reject asylum-seekers earlier in the process under a draft not yet sent to field offices.
The president has been denounced across the world for his actions on immigration while Australia slams Trump's treatment of prime minister.
Turnout for the vote was lower than the 50 percent threshold for a binding referendum.
Hungarian government denied the referendum turnout was low, despite falling under 50 percent.
Xavier Bertrand's suggestion is supported by French presidential candidates.
The increase comes at a time of tension between the two countries.
Immigration Minster James Brokenshire proposes new Immigration Bill measures that will allow children to be dispersed across local authorities.
Many are frustrated by the red tape in a country overwhelmed by the influx of 1.1 million asylum seekers.
The measures also include extending family reunification among refugees from one year to three years.