The "Muslims for Migrants" campaign has already secured the release of six detained parents.
California, along with a coalition of other states, says the new "public charge" rule creates unnecessary barriers for immigrants to obtain legal status.
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.
Forty-one of the workers face criminal prosecution under immigration laws that some Democrats want to repeal.
A Wyatt Detention Facility officer has been placed on administrative leave after driving into a group of Never Again Action protesters.
Under Obama, Immigration and Customs Enforcement highlighted stats that those arrested at the border were criminals. Most had broken only immigration laws.
"The Daily Show" host says the president's constant attacks on immigrants are really about one immigrant in particular.
She slammed acting US Citizenship and Immigration Services Director Ken Cuccinelli’s comments as "un-American."
Only two out of the 15 members of a group aimed at targeting white supremacist violence appear to be people of color.
Both pander to white resentment.
Ken Cuccinelli said the famous poem inscribed in the moment is about “people coming from Europe.”
"Late Show" host calls out the president's latest claim about immigrants.
Santa Clara and San Francisco counties filed the lawsuit after the Department of Homeland Security announced its new rules to restrict legal immigration.
Trump's citizenship and immigration chief followed up his earlier comments about the famous Emma Lazarus poem with a racist clarification.
The Trump official defended new immigration restrictions by suggesting a rephrasing of Lazarus' Statue of Liberty poem "The New Colossus."
Ken Cuccinelli suggested new wording for the Statue of Liberty to defend a controversial rule restricting legal immigration.
“Under this rule, children will go hungry; families will go without medical care," Letitia James said of the new "public charge" policy.
A reporter asked Ken Cuccinelli if the sentiments expressed on the statue's plaque are "still operative in the United States."