The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has yet to issue a formal statement suspending certain immigration enforcement initiatives to preserve life and safety during the coronavirus outbreak.
Restoring the Rule of Law Through a Fair, Humane, and Workable Immigration System
5 Immediate Steps To Rein in DHS in the Wake of Portland
The Trump Administration Must Immediately Resume Processing New DACA Applications
For Actor Bambadjan Bamba, the Battles for DACA and Racial Justice Are One and the Same
Resources on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
Business growth in rural communities is falling behind that of other communities; this trend must be reversed in order to foster resilience.
A federal court in Maryland recently blocked the Trump administration’s use of a program designed to promote legal status for the spouses of U.S. citizens to instead entrap and deport them.
Board of Immigration Appeals Greenlights Deportation of Immigrants Eligible for and Deserving of Relief
A recent decision by the Board of Immigration Appeals illustrates why a deportation-only approach to immigration enforcement leads to unfair and unjust outcomes.
Climate change is contributing to crop failure and malnutrition in the Northern Triangle and beyond, driving migration and raising the need for global and regional solutions.
The U.S. Supreme Court takes up a case challenging the Trump administration’s attempt to end DACA for hundreds of thousands of people, including thousands of medical students and physicians.
This graphic allows viewers to see all signatories on the amicus briefs in support of DACA submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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.