U.S. To Send Deportation Case Notices To 78,000 MigrantsThe U.S. government is expected to launch an operation to send court documents to 78,000 migrants who were not processed for deportation after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border without authorization this year.
Supreme Court Rules Migrants Who Enter Country Illegally Have No Right To Green CardsThe US Supreme Court has ruled the government can block non-citizens who are in the country under a program that temporarily protects them from deportation from applying for a green card if they entered the country unlawfully.
Termination Of Former Fort Worth ISD Teacher Georgia Clark Upheld By District CourtTrustees voted in September 2019 to terminate the Carter-Riverside High School teacher who had used social media to ask that some of her students be deported.
Texas Judge Blocks Biden Administration's 100-Day Moratorium On Most DeportationsLate Tuesday a federal judge in Corpus Christi indefinitely banned President Joe Biden's administration from enforcing a 100-day moratorium on most deportations.
Immigrants In Texas Worry Biden Administration Won't End Trump BarriersThe Trump administration spent a year and a half trying to deport the mother and daughter from El Salvador as they sat in Texas, about 85 miles from the Mexican border. Now, the Biden administration may finish the job.
Texas AG Ken Paxton Claims 'Victory' After Judge Bars Biden From Enforcing 100-Day Deportation BanThe judge issued a temporary restraining order sought by Texas, which sued against a Department of Homeland Security memo that instructed immigration agencies to pause most deportations.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Sues Biden Administration For Deportation FreezeTexas Attorney General Ken Paxton on Friday announced a lawsuit against the Biden administration's halt on the deportation of illegal immigrants.
Hundreds Were Rejected, But The Final Weeks Of 2020 Saw The First New DACA Approvals In YearsFor the first time in several years more than 170 new applicants won approval to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program for immigrants brought to the U.S. as young people.
Power To End DACA Program For Immigrants Now Lies With Texas CourtAll eyes will be on Texas next week when a federal court is expected to consider whether to invalidate a program that shields immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation.
15-Year-Old Girl Who Spent Her Life In U.S. Facing Deportation After Arrest At Texas HospitalA 15-year-old girl who has lived in the U.S. with her family since she was an infant is now alone in government custody and facing deportation at a Texas hospital.
Judge Extends Order Preventing Teen Found In Texas From Being Deported Due To Coronavirus PolicyA federal judge on Wednesday extended an order preventing the Trump administration from deporting a 16-year-old boy from Honduras under its emergency border declaration citing the coronavirus.
Texas Attorney General 'Disappointed' Supreme Court Rules Against Trump’s Attempt To End DACATexas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he's disappointed with the Supreme Court's decision to reject Trump administration's attempt to end the DACA program.
Harris County To Set Up Program To Provide Legal Services For ImmigrantsTexas’ most populous county and one of the most diverse in the U.S. on Tuesday approved a plan to create and fund a program that will offer legal services for immigrants, including many who are fighting deportation.
She Was Imprisoned For Voter Fraud In Texas, Now Rosa Ortega Is On Parole And Facing DeportationA North Texas woman said she thought her green card gave her the right to vote -- she was wrong. Rosa Ortega has been released from prison, but now faces deportation.
Appeals Court: Immigrant Child With Head Injury Will Not Be Deported From TexasA federal ruling means a 5-year-old immigrant child, who injured his head before ICE agents arrested his family, can stay in the U.S. -- for now.