Increased immigration enforcement under the Trump administration is disrupting learning and stability in schools.
Amid Legal and Political Uncertainty, DACA Remains More Important Than Ever
Amid Court Challenges, Here’s What Will Happen If DACA Ends
Women and LGBTQ Deportees Face Compounded Dangers Upon Return
Incarcerating Entire Families Cannot Be the Solution to the Separation of Children
They Are (Still) Refugees: People Continue to Flee Violence in Latin American Countries
New USCIS data show that more people are applying for and receiving DACA renewals, but USCIS and advocates can do more to make sure Dreamers are protected.
Local law enforcement agencies are discovering that 287(g) agreements that target undocumented immigrants are expensive, expose departments to liability, and damage community trust.
Congress’ spending deal makes a number of important policy advances—although it shamefully leaves Dreamers behind.
Immigrants make substantial economic and fiscal contributions and are a part of the social fabric in jurisdictions with 287(g) agreements.
Michele and Igor chat with Sacramento, California, Mayor Darrell Steinberg about protecting California's sanctuary state laws in the face of the Justice Department lawsuit.
Many Dreamers remain unable to access DACA today, and many DACA recipients still may lose or experience lapses in protection in the months ahead, making them vulnerable to detention and deportation.
Many U.S. organizations have developed practical and effective ways to boost refugee integration, and these programs are worth preserving.
Every state lacks sufficient Latinx teachers to reflect the diversity of its student body. Policymakers need to adjust recruitment tactics to fill the Latinx teacher-student gap.
The White House's immigration proposal-put into legislation by Sen. Chuck Grassley-would particularly disadvantage women seeking to come to the United States.
The White House’s Immigration Framework Would Eviscerate Immigration from Latin America, Africa, and Asia
Slashing family migration and eliminating the diversity visa program would result in more than 350,000 fewer immigrants each year.
Lacking support for restricting family-based immigration, the Trump administration is planning to act unilaterally by radically redefining an obscure 1882 immigration law.
Family reunification—currently under assault by the Trump administration—has been the foundation of American immigration policy for more than a century.
With the administration's own March 5 deadline fast approaching, here are five actions President Trump can take if he wants to, in his words, "deal with DACA with heart."
One in five early childhood educators are immigrants; threatening their security undermines the nation’s child care system.