This graphic allows viewers to see all signatories on the amicus briefs in support of DACA submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court.
Restoring the Rule of Law Through a Fair, Humane, and Workable Immigration System
Board of Immigration Appeals Greenlights Deportation of Immigrants Eligible for and Deserving of Relief
Climate Change Is Altering Migration Patterns Regionally and Globally
The Medical Profession Has a Diversity Problem. Ending DACA Would Only Make It Worse
Resources on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
The health and rights of women and girls in U.S. immigration custody are regularly violated through inhumane treatment, including inadequate health care, neglect, and abuse.
This fact sheet offers policy recommendations to address the inhumane treatment of women and girls in the U.S. immigration detention system.
A new survey shows that LGBTQ DACA recipients fear the consequences of losing the program’s protections.
Unless they renew, nearly 157,000 DACA recipients could see their protections expire by the time the U.S. Supreme Court likely issues a ruling next June.
Recent wins in state legislatures prove that expanding access to driver’s licenses for undocumented individuals benefits entire communities while promoting further integration of immigrant communities.
Locally, DACA recipients and their families play an important role in metro economies across the country.
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on the fate of DACA, new results show that the initiative remains critical for recipients, their families, and the economy.
Across all 50 states, DACA recipients are integral community members.
Across the United States, DACA recipients are integral community members who bolster the economy.
By failing to adhere to the standards set out in the 1997 Flores settlement, by focusing on deterrence, and by neglecting high costs, the Trump administration’s new Flores rule has opened itself up to significant legal challenges.
As the Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments on the administration’s termination of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, here are the latest details on how many DACA recipients have renewed their protections and what to expect in the next year.
If federal and state polices are instituted to remove immigration and licensing barriers, immigrant doctors will be able to better serve rural communities, reducing physician shortages and improving health care access.
As ICE attempts to increase its already record-breaking detention capacity, the agency is facing growing resistance from localities and states across the country that no longer want to be entangled in the business of immigration detention.
The United States has to first understand what's driving migration in the Americas in order to manage it in a cooperative, compassionate, and pragmatic way.