The Department of Homeland Security said employees have received violent threats as the Trump administration faces backlash over its immigration policies.
USCIS has already identified 2,536 naturalization cases requiring an in-depth review, with 95 being referred to the Justice Department for civil denaturalization.
Sixty-five people managed to enter the United States illegally as part of a scheme involving about 700 fraudulent Hungarian passports.
The report “manipulates information to support its anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim conclusions,” the lawsuit claims.
Kelly's tenure has been rocky from the start, though he was initially widely lauded as a sober voice and disciplinarian that the White House needed.
On Monday, Texas Representatives called on the Trump administration to investigate the conditions that allegedly led to 23-year-old Laura Monterrosa and others becoming victims of sexual abuse at T. Don Hutto.
According to the Department of Homeland Security, 21 states were targeted, but a small number of them were "successfully penetrated."
President Donald Trump's administration has publicly said its looking to curb H-1B visa extensions, but it has also quietly been bogging current visa holders down in new paperwork.
The senator says Congress needs to protect 200,000 who sought safety in the U.S.
The proposal is part of Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” initiative he promised on the campaign trail.
President Donald Trump's original travel ban on several majority-Muslim countries caused so much chaos in airports nationwide that the Department of Homeland Security sent a crisis action team to make sense of it, a report revealed.
ICE is waging a broad campaign of fear designed to alienate, criminalize, and make immigrants feel as though they are not wanted in their own communities.
Senators were left frustrated by the Department of Homeland Security's refusal.
Tens of thousands of Haitians live in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status.
The Trump administration is likely to include some European countries in the in-cabin ban on gadgets larger than cellphones.
The DHS would not confirm Wednesday whether an announcement revising its March policy, which targeted 10 Middle Eastern and African airports, was coming.
The TSA’s emergency amendment applies to devices larger than cell phones and smartphones.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer declined to comment on the reported changes last week, but said during a briefing that the program was initially intended to focus on "rooting out radical Islamic terrorism."