Inside shelters and improvised camps across Central America, families who lost everything in the severe flooding set off by the two major hurricanes are arriving at the same conclusion.
A federal judge on Wednesday ordered the Trump administration to stop expelling immigrant children who cross the southern border alone, halting a policy that has resulted in thousands of rapid deportations of minors during the coronavirus pandemic.
A federal judge in New York has ruled that Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf assumed his position unlawfully. U.S. District Judge Nicholas Garaufis's ruling invalidates Wolf’s suspension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which shields young people from deportation.
Some quick and dramatic moves on immigration are expected in the early days of the Biden administration.
Documents in the report suggest Health and Human Services officials weren't told by the Department of Homeland Security why shelters were receiving more children taken from their parents in late 2017.
The Supreme Court on Monday agreed to hear two cases involving Trump administration policies at the U.S.-Mexico border.
Agents with U.S. Border Patrol in Texas arrested nearly 300 undocumented immigrants in eighteen hours after a series of operations with other law enforcement agencies.
The "sanctuary op" was immediately criticized by immigrant rights activists and Democrats as a fear-mongering publicity stunt and a dangerous move in light of putting more people in detention during the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced that it has awarded two contracts to build roughly 40 miles of new border walls in Webb County, Texas.
Helicopter video showed dozens of people being lined up in an alleyway and taken into white vans near 27th Avenue and Indian School Road.
The Trump administration has also expelled more than 7,600 people who came in families since the public health emergency order took effect in March.
Federal judges have blocked an order from President Donald Trump that tried to exclude people in the country illegally from the process of redrawing congressional districts.
That allows for expelling them without the chance to seek refuge in the United States, a new policy the government has enacted during the coronavirus pandemic.
Officers say meth seizures have nearly doubled this year; criminals are getting more creative in the ways they smuggle drugs across the border and fear the problem will only get worse. FOX's Stephanie Bennett reports.
A federal judge said Friday that she would order the Trump administration to stop detaining immigrant children in hotels before expelling them from the United States, a policy enacted during the coronavirus pandemic.
U.S. Postal Service officials warned that the agency could lose more than $20 billion over two years.
The tunnel intended for smuggling ran from San Luis, Arizona, to a Mexican neighborhood and had a ventilation system, water lines, electrical wiring, a rail system, and extensive reinforcement, federal officials said Thursday.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced a dramatic increase in fees for several immigration and work applications, including naturalization and asylum applications.
A number of groups, including the ACLU and Sierra Club, had asked the high court to get involved again after the justices last year cleared the way for the administration to use military funds for construction while the case played out in the courts.
MORTON, Miss. — U.S. immigration officials raided numerous Mississippi food processing plants Wednesday, arresting 680 mostly Latino workers in what marked the largest workplace sting in at least a decade.The raids, planned months ago, happened just hours before President Donald Trump was scheduled to visit El Paso, Texas, the majority-Latino city where a man linked to an online screed about a "Hispanic invasion" was charged in a shooting that left 22 people dead in the border city.Workers filled three buses — two for men and one for women — at a Koch Foods Inc.