Office of Inspector General Reports Department of Homeland Security Planned To Separate Families Without the Ability To Track Them

A recent report finds that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security planned to separate 26,000 immigrant families without the proper technology for reunification, highlighting the cruelty of the administration's “zero-tolerance” policy and the need for a fair, humane, and workable immigration system.


GAO Report Emphasizes Lack of Due Process in Mass Immigration Prosecutions

Since 2014, mass criminal prosecutions for illegal entry and reentry into the United States have surged, undermining due process, straining limited law enforcement resources, and diminishing the rule of law in the U.S. immigration system.


DHS Proposed Rule Limits Access to Work Authorization for Asylum-Seekers

Last week’s proposed rule from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, which limits asylum-seekers’ right to apply for work authorization in the United States, is an affront to the values of a nation that welcomes refugees and upholds the law.


DACA Case Tests the Supreme Court’s Commitment to Upholding the Rule of Law

The DACA case may depend on whether the Supreme Court allows the Trump administration to salvage its termination of DACA with a fabricated, post hoc, and cursory policy justification or holds the administration to its real and indefensible justification.