Immigrants

President Donald Trump and his administration has now made it harder for immigrants to apply for green cards and visas
Communities scrambled to find beds and food for children suddenly left alone at schools and day care after their parents were rounded up in mass raids.
The pending rule changes, which will affect green card and visa applicants, are already hurting people, a new study found.
Authorities are investigating whether the suspect expressed hatred for Hispanic immigrants in a four-page document published hours before the massacre.
The president’s goal was to terrorize communities rather than to make large-scale arrests, immigration lawyers said.
"While you're at it, could you also let those kids in cages out?" the singer asked the president.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot has been outspoken against cooperation with federal immigration officials, but activists want her to sign an executive order proving it.
Chief Carla Provost criticized "completely inappropriate" posts from agents in the group, though she reportedly participated in the group last year.
Many states restrict the federal government’s access to identification databases, but privacy protections depend on where you live.
Weeks after President Donald Trump postponed mass ICE raids, the sweep is back on and will target undocumented immigrants in 10 cities.
Trump said last week that he was “very seriously” considering executive action to try to force the question’s inclusion.
“You know we are hard workers and that we are not criminals or seeking a free ride in America," nearly two dozen people wrote in a letter to the president.
The Senate passed its own bill Wednesday aimed at addressing the humanitarian crisis on the border. Republicans say Democrats have no choice but to swallow it.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the controversial bill into law after it was passed by the state Senate.
The state Assembly passed a bill for expanded access to licenses, but the "Green Light" legislation faces resistance in the state Senate.
Late-Night hosts used their shows to joke about President Donald Trump being upset that he didn’t get enough credit for ending a would-be trade with Mexico.
Late-Night hosts used their shows to joke about President Donald Trump being upset that he didn’t get enough credit for ending a would-be trade with Mexico.
Lawyers say the facility violates child welfare standards, and that no minor should be held at Homestead for more than 20 days.
Peter Navarro also defended the president's retaliatory threat of tariffs on Mexico as "a brilliant move."
HUD chief Ben Carson says waitlists for subsidized housing are too long. Critics say the rule will affect American-born children of immigrants.