Union Pacific Railroad Police Will No Longer Work With ICEUnder its new policy, UP police will not use a person’s “suspected immigration status” as a factor as to whether to detain them.
Feds Drop Rule Requiring International Students To Leave US If Schools Remain Online OnlyThe decision was announced at the start of a hearing in a federal lawsuit in Boston. U.S. District Judge Allison Burroughs said federal immigration authorities agreed to pull the July 6 directive and “return to the status quo.”
International Students May Need To Leave The US If Their University Is Fully Remote In The FallInternational students may have to leave the U.S. if their universities switch to online-only courses during the coronavirus pandemic, Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced on Monday, or they could risk deportation.
Judge Orders ICE To Release Migrant Children Held With Their Families, Citing CoronavirusU.S. Judge Dolly Gee of the federal district court in Los Angeles gave ICE a July 17 deadline to release all minors who have been in the agency's custody for more than 20 days.
ICE Scales Back Enforcement Amid Coronavirus PandemicThe agency urged individuals not to avoid seeking medical care out of fear of civil immigration enforcement.
OC Sheriff Blames Sanctuary State Law For Increase In Repeat Crimes By Undocumented ImmigrantsSince California became a sanctuary state in 2017, the number of inmates with immigration detainers being arrested again after being released from jail has jumped, according to a new report from Orange County Sheriff Don Barnes.
ICE Rounds Up Hundreds Of Undocumented Workers In Mississippi, Leaving Children Without ParentsU.S. immigration authorities on Wednesday rounded up hundreds of undocumented workers in food processing plants during a sprawling operation in Mississippi that officials touted as the largest immigration enforcement sweep in a single state in U.S. history.
ICE Sweeps Pushed By Trump To Target Undocumented Families Yield Few ArrestsThere were more than 2,000 migrant families targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, but only 35 have been arrested — including 18 who had final deportation orders — and 17 others who were swept up in the raids, but were not targeted.
ICE Gets Expanded Power To Swiftly Deport More Undocumented ImmigrantsThe Trump administration is moving to significantly expand the number of undocumented immigrants who can be deported swiftly without a hearing in immigration court.
Video Captures Intense Moments 2 ICE Agents Take Echo Park Mom Into CustodyThe woman taken into custody told neighbors that she came to the US from Guatemala when she was 3 years old.
'We Almost Feel Like We're Caged Up:' Families Paralyzed As Threat Of ICE Raids LoomsThe threat of raids by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents has many immigrants in Southern California living in fear.
More Churches Say They Will Be Sanctuaries For Anyone Fearing Deportation"The least we can do for these people," says Fr. Tom Carey, "is offer hospitality."
Fear, Dread Loom Over Undocumented As President Trump Renews Mass Deportation ThreatPastor Ada Valiente says her church in Maywood is open to those who fear deportation and need a safe haven.
'You Do Not Have To Open The Door': Officials Advise Immigrants Of Rights Ahead Of Alleged ICE RaidsFederal officials have allegedly been told that they will begin arresting people Sunday but it’s not clear exactly where or how.
Undocumented Brace For The Worst As ICE Threatens Arrests, Mass Deportation"I think a lot of people are scared," says immigrants rights lawyer Cynthia Felix, "that no matter where they are, they can be apprehended and taken away from their family."