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.
A Settlement Reached in Jewish Family Service v. Trump Takes a Small but Important Step Toward Rebuilding Refugee Resettlement
While the Trump administration continues its assault on the U.S. refugee resettlement system, a recent settlement in federal court will expedite the arrival of refugees once barred from entry.
The Justice Department lawsuit against New Jersey may make good political theater, but it is weak on the law.
Recognizing that America’s future growth depends on remaining a welcoming nation to immigrants, a new report highlights the importance of intentionally managing demographic change.
Democratic Congressional Leaders Call for Investigations Into Trump Administration’s Likely Illegal TPS Terminations
The Trump administration impermissibly put the president’s political interests ahead of the national interest when appointees referenced our elections in their recommendation to quickly end Temporary Protected Status designations for El Salvador, Honduras, and Haiti.
By adding six additional countries to the Muslim ban—including the most populous nation in Africa—the Trump administration continues to govern through racial and religious bigotry.
In a 5-4 vote along ideological lines, the U.S. Supreme Court gave the Trump administration the green light to implement a rule targeting immigrant families and low-income communities.
Acting ICE Director Albence Commits to Deporting DACA Recipients, Highlighting the Real Stakes of the Pending Supreme Court Case
The Supreme Court must take note of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s stated intention to deport DACA recipients when it decides whether to allow efforts to terminate the program to move forward.
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.
On Third Anniversary of Muslim Ban, Trump Administration Appears Poised To Expand Upon Bigoted Policies
The Muslim ban is a core feature of the Trump administration’s discriminatory, inhumane policy agenda, serving as a powerful example of how the president has undermined the rule of law in the U.S. immigration system.
A final rule issued by the State Department would give broad discretion to consular officials to keep anyone pregnant or likely to get pregnant from obtaining a visa.
Although U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services reinstated the medical deferred action program following congressional and public backlash, families are still facing deportation as a result of the Trump administration’s targeted cruelty and inhumane enforcement.
The deportation of an Iranian student traveling on an F-1 student visa, in clear violation of a court order temporarily blocking his removal, undermines the rule of law.
Advocacy Groups File Lawsuit Against ‘Safe Third Country’ Agreements That Violate U.S. and International Law by Returning Individuals to Life-Threatening Conditions
The Trump administration’s “safe third country” agreements with Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador entirely prevent Central American individuals and families from applying for asylum within the United States, leaving them with no options for protection.
U.S. Federal Court Temporarily Halts Trump Administration Executive Order Undermining Refugee Resettlement
A district judge in Maryland blocked the Trump administration’s executive order on refugee resettlement after finding the grant of state and local veto power arbitrary and susceptible to “hidden bias.”