US Judge Extends Halt On Deportations Of Separated FamiliesA federal judge has extended a freeze on deporting families separated at the U.S.-Mexico border.
For Now, Army Suspends Discharges Of Immigrant RecruitsThe U.S. Army has stopped discharging immigrant recruits who enlisted seeking a path to citizenship — at least temporarily.
Judge Who Overturned Other Obama Program Hears DACA CaseOpponents of a President Barack Obama-era program shielding young immigrants from deportation will go before a federal judge in Texas today.
Judge Orders Release Of Immigrant Pizza Worker Detained While Delivering To Army BaseA federal judge has ordered the release of an Ecuadorean immigrant who was held for deportation after he delivered pizza to a Brooklyn Army installation.
Sheriff: Texas Deputy Sexually Abused 4-Year-Old Undocumented ImmigrantA Texas sheriff's deputy is accused of sexually assaulting a 4-year-old girl and threatening the child's mother with deportation if she reported him.
Pizza Delivery Man Granted Emergency Stay Against DeportationA federal judge has temporarily blocked the deportation of a New York pizza shop worker in danger of being sent back to Ecuador.
Texas Youth Crosses Border To See Deported Dad Before GraduationA girl from El Paso donned her cap and gown to walk across the U.S. border into Mexico and visit her deported father before graduating from high school.
1st Appeals Court To Weigh Trump's Decision To End DACAThe Trump administration will try to convince an appeals court that it was justified in ending an immigration policy that shielded hundreds of thousands of young immigrants from deportation.
Student's Trump-Inspired 'Promposal' Stirs ControversyA Wisconsin student's "promposal" is drawing both laughs and criticism after the teen referenced President Trump's policies on illegal immigration in his sign.
Texas Suit Could Speed DACA's Path To Supreme CourtA lawsuit filed last week in Texas seeks to shut down the DACA program and may create a legal clash that could speed the issue's path to the Supreme Court.
Group Running Asylum Caravan Fears Spotlight Comes At A CostThe spotlight on a group of Central American asylum seekers has raised public awareness of the toll of violence in that country, but the group that organized the caravan fears it may also sharpen a crackdown by the U.S. government.
U.S. Says Border Crossing Didn't Have Room For Asylum SeekersAfter traveling through Mexico with great fanfare for a month, nearly 200 Central American migrants attempting to seek asylum in the United States were stopped in their tracks.