"It is not just about migrants; it is also about the face we want to give to our societies," Pope Francis said.
"We need to be able to work without fear of being put on a secret government surveillance list or having alerts placed upon our passports," said journalist Kitra Cahana.
"I just thought, this was one guy… The whole agency can't be like this," said former Border Patrol agent Jenn Budd. "It didn't occur to me that it was systemic."
"This is the largest organized effort to pay this many immigration bonds in one day," said RAICES Accompaniment and Bond Coordinator Blake Vera.
"Continued refusal to acknowledge physicians' concerns...is a failure of our government to protect not only the people held in detention, but all people within our borders," doctors said in a joint statement.
"The government is not a parent," said Denise Bell, Amnesty International USA's Researcher for Refugee and Migrant Rights.
The Trump administration's separation of babies, toddlers, children and teens is far from over and remains a moral stain on our country.
"We're telling students in particular to hold their universities to account," said Matt Mahmoudi, a protest organizer and PhD student at Cambridge University.
The new measure seeks to force asylum seekers to seek refuge in other countries, even if they did not transit through them.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has promised immigration reform if he wins the United Kingdom's upcoming election.
A London legal firm says there has been a rise in Britons caught with the drug being deported and denied re-entry.
A privacy rights group has asked a judge to force the DHS to share information on its use of DNA testing on migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
"Chad Wolf was at Nielsen's side, as the Trump administration tore thousands of families apart and threw children in cages," said Jess Morales Rocketto, the chair of immigration advocacy group Families Belong Together.
"This is yet another Trump administration move aimed at inflicting pain on people seeking...protection," said Human Rights First's Senior Director for Refugee Protection Eleanor Acer.
Even if DACA recipients are able to remain in the country legally to study, they may not be able to finance their educations.
"We will never have more memories with my dad," said Neda Samimi-Gomez, a daughter of Kamyar Samimi, who died in ICE custody.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner has been "aggressive" in his border wall demands, according to one unnamed official.
The first interruptions came just minutes into the start of proceedings.
In a response to President Donald Trump's Tweet in which he declared that "many" DACA recipients were "hardened criminals," conservative commentator Ann Coulter declared on Twitter that she "gives up" on Trump's DACA policy.
Leaked emails from Stephen Miller reveal an obsession with white nationalism, the Confederacy and the denigration of minority communities.
I was a baby when my parents brought me to the United States. Thanks to DACA, I was able to realize my dreams and give back.
Nearly half of Republican-leaning Americans said they would like to see a legal pathway for undocumented immigrants to remain in the U.S.
"You're saying that because we're white, somehow there's an issue there," U.S. Customs and Border Protection Acting Commissioner Mark Morgan said.
"I refuse to let them believe that everyone in government has forsaken them," Sen. Tammy Duckworth, a war veteran, said.
The Supreme Court will be considering on Tuesday whether the Trump administration had the legal right to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program.
"Knowingly making it impossible to obtain necessary medical care is inhumane," said Lynn Cooley, Dean of Yale's Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
"Current fees would leave the agency underfunded by approximately $1.3 billion per year," USCIS has claimed.
"Basic humanity and decency must be restored," said now-resigned DHS worker Travis Olsen.
"The trauma that these raids have caused is something that will outlast the legal cases and maybe even the lives of those detained," said community organizer Lorena Quiroz.