Asylum seeker

She was joined by Ruth Bader Ginsburg in arguing that the restrictions upend "longstanding practices regarding refugees who seek shelter from persecution."
The Trump administration has taken multiple steps to try to prevent migrants, including those seeking safety, from coming to the U.S. from Central America.
The ruling in California comes just hours after a Trump-appointed judge in Washington, D.C., declined to block the rule.
Trump again tells the Latino, black and Muslim House members – all American citizens, three born in the United States – that they are free to "leave right now."
Beginning Tuesday, asylum seekers who pass through another country first will be ineligible for asylum at the U.S. southern border.
Human Rights Watch finds that Central American migrants are at risk of sexual assault, homelessness, kidnapping and other violence as they wait at the border.
The head of the UN refugee agency sees a "rising trend" of people fleeing their homes to escape violence and persecution.
Johana Medina Leon spent six weeks in ICE custody and died within days of testing positive for HIV.
The Texan's policy wish list might have once been very progressive but now reflects the broad consensus within his party.
President Donald Trump directed immigration officials to introduce tough new asylum rules in a Monday memorandum.
The order would hinder immigration judges' ability to release detained migrants. The ACLU vows to fight it.
Finding enough people willing to bear the “personal cost” of keeping asylum-seekers out has made it hard to tame a “recalcitrant” bureaucracy, a top official says.
For over three months, a church in the Netherlands held nonstop services to keep the Tamrazyans from being sent back to Armenia.
A federal judge in New York appeared to call out the Trump administration when ruling on the prolonged detention of an asylum-seeker.
Shaw Drake, Policy Counsel for the ACLU of Texas’ Border Rights’ Center, said that sequence of events illustrates “the crux
U.S. law doesn’t allow the government to send asylum-seekers back to Mexico to wait, seven legal experts tell HuffPost.
An Ohio couple and their community rallied behind a Haitian immigrant before they'd even met him.
Dutch police aren't allowed to enter churches during services. So a Netherlands church is worshipping 24/7 to protect a family of asylum-seekers.
The senator tried to school the incoming congresswoman after she pointed out the history of asylum seekers in the U.S.
"After being denied the ability to lawfully petition for asylum for the last 10 days, they are desperate,” he said of the migrants.