Beyond TPS: A Permanent Fix for Afghans in the United States
Leaders in Washington, as well as advocates, should take a lesson from recently arrived Afghans—hopeful for a new life here—and from the many selfless Americans who have come together to help in the historic resettlement effort of the last seven months: This is no time for cynicism.
Dems Renew Push to Protect Undocumented Immigrants in Coronavirus Relief
Amid the public health emergency, Democrats have repeatedly called on President Trump to extend work authorizations to undocumented immigrants. They've also tried—and failed—in the face of opposition from Republicans and the administration to pass these same protections.
Trump Admin Extends TPS Protections to 250,000 Migrants
"While we welcome this victory, it cannot distract from the urgency and need for robust legislative reform that provides permanent solutions for all Temporary Protected Status holders," said José Palma, spokesperson for the National TPS Alliance.
Trump Vows No 'Amnesty' After Right-Wing Backlash
"Amnesty will be used only on a much bigger deal, whether on immigration or something else," the president tweeted.
Judge Questions If 'America First' Policy Is Racist
A U.S. District Court judge questioned whether President Donald Trump's "America First" slogan was code for discriminatory immigration policies.
Immigrant Caravan to Travel From Los Angeles to D.C.
The end of protections could see hundreds of thousands of people faced with deportation to the countries they were forced to flee.
Amid Chaos, Ortega and ICE Work to Deport Nicaraguans
The Trump administration and Daniel Ortega blame each other for Nicaragua's unrest, but ICE and Managua are quietly working together to expedite the deportation of Nicaraguans to their country of origin.
Senior Diplomats Warned Trump Against Deportations
The Trump administration has ended protections for roughly 300,000 Central American and Haitian immigrants.
Civil Rights Activist Demand Ryan Act on Immigration
There are some 620,000 undocumented black immigrants in the United States, but advocates say their experiences sit at the periphery of discussions surrounding immigration policy.
Black and Latino Immigrants Sue Trump Administration
President Donald Trump's "shithole countries" comment during last month's immigration meetings with Congressmembers plays a key role in the lawsuit.
NAACP Sues DHS Over Immigrant Protections
"The action by the Department of Homeland Security to rescind TPS status for Haitian immigrants is clearly racially motivated," Derrick Johnson, NAACP President and CEO, said.
What Awaits Women in El Salvador?
El Salvador is second only to Syria in its rate of violent female deaths.
U.S. Says El Salvador Is Dangerous But Refugees Must Go
The Trump administration said this week that it's too dangerous for Americans to travel to El Salvador — even as it announced plans to deport more than a quarter-of-a-million Salvadoran refugees back there next year.
Haitains Removed From the U.S. Have Nowhere to Go
Haitians in the heart of Brooklyn's Little Haiti are reeling from the news the Trump administration is ending deportation protection for nearly 60,000 Haitian refugees.
Haitian TPS Extended for Six Months by Trump Officials
Tens of thousands of Haitians live in the U.S. under Temporary Protected Status.
Tiny Pacemaker Can Be Fitted Without Surgery
Medtronic's device is small enough to be delivered through a catheter and implanted directly into the heart.