Illegal Immigration

“It’s not fair to treat people like I was treated,” said one Haitian woman who was deported from Del, Rio Texas. “I’m not a criminal.”
A new administration and a landmark federal ruling haven’t stopped Trump's immigration prosecutions from dragging on.
The Biden administration’s special envoy to Haiti has abruptly resigned over the “inhumane” treatment of Haitian migrants along the U.S.-Mexico border.
A federal judge in Nevada has issued a ruling with potentially broad implications for U.S. immigration cases.
Greene has continued to rail against vaccinations, which threatens public health.
Alex Garcia, a Honduran immigrant, has been living inside a Missouri church since 2017 to avoid deportation.
Vaccination sites will be considered “sensitive locations” and generally off limits for enforcement actions, the Department of Homeland Security said Monday.
Texas sued to block President Joe Biden from pausing most deportations for 100 days.
President-elect Joe Biden is expected to announce the legislation on immigration on his first day in office.
The move comes after a judge ordered DHS to accept new applicants for the Obama-era program that protects young immigrants, or "Dreamers," from deportation.
Trump has fought to end the Obama-era program that protects young immigrants, "Dreamers," from deportation. DHS must now accept new applicants.
“Defendants ruthlessly beat him, injuring his neck, and twice subjected him to painful tasings that burned his body,” Bakhodir Madjitov's lawsuit reads.
After an arduous journey to the U.S., Osamah Mahyoub was initially denied protection by immigration officials and faced deportation back to Yemen.
A deportation flight with sick immigrants potentially endangers fellow airline passengers and people in Haiti.
Two Haitian officials told HuffPost they are worried the removals will put immigrants and the broader public at risk.
James Paul Markowitz started showing signs of distress while being held as a smuggling suspect, officials said.
Most were killed within a year of being sent back to El Salvador — often for reasons that caused them to flee in the first place, a new report said.
In an exclusive interview, HuffPost discovered that Hazaea "Anwar" Alomaisi was abruptly sent back to a country at war after 22 years in the U.S.
Bishop David Alvarado says his son would be in "great danger" if he was deported back to his home country.
At least seven unauthorized employees — some of whom had worked at the winery for over a decade — were dismissed by the vineyard this week.