Dozens of parents, children and leaders of Families Belong Together marched to the Capitol Hill to demonstrate against family separation
About 500 Somalis are facing uncertainty as they wait to hear whether their Temporary Protected Status will remain in place or whether they have to return to their home country.
About 500 Somalis are facing uncertainty as they wait to hear whether their Temporary Protected Status will remain in place or whether they have to return to their home country.read more
Protesters gathered in front of Jared Kushner’s home to protest his Middle East peace plan as well as the relocation of U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.
Protesters gathered in front of Jared Kushner’s home to protest his Middle East peace plan as well as the relocation of U.S. embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.read more
More than a dozen ranchers who own or control a combined 100 miles on the border between Arizona and Mexico say the number of migrants crossing their land after they enter the U.S. illegally was on the decline before the Trump administration, but border crossings are now happening more frequently on their land. And tension between the agents and the ranchers is on the rise as well.read more
Thousands of protesters clad in white and armed with signs denouncing President Donald Trump rallied Saturday in more than 90-degree heat against the Trump administration’s immigration policy and the “zero-tolerance” approach that has separated children from their parents after they crossed the border from Mexico to the U.S.read more
Despite temperatures that soared above 90, the “Families Belong Together” rally drew tens of thousands of people to Washington this weekend, including some not even old enough to carry a sign or shout a slogan.read more
https://vimeo.com/277816200 WASHINGTON-- Nearly ten thousand protestors from around the country marched outside the White House and the Capitol for immigration reform. The protest formed in response to President Trump's zero-tolerance immigration policy, which...
Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced domestic violence is no longer grounds for migrants to gain asylum earlier this month as a part of his zero-tolerance immigration policy.
One woman, who fled her home country with her son to escape that very situation, is in the process of seeking asylum with the help of a group of law students at The University of Arizona, but Sessions’ decision has dramatically reduced her chance of being recognized as a “refugee” and gaining legal protection in the US for herself and her child.
WASHINGTON -- Hundreds of women dressed in white surrounded the Justice Department Thursday to demand an end to the Trump administration’s zero-tolerance policy toward illegal immigrants. Later in the day, over 500 were charged and later released in a Senate office...
Immigration authorities call for continued federal support along border, citing 2,000-agent shortage
WASHINGTON—Even as hundreds more National Guard troops from several states deploy this week to the U.S. border with Mexico, immigration authorities warned Thursday thousands of additional people will be needed. “Right now the National Guard is absolutely necessary. We...
Three years ago, when Amar was 18, he left Syria under the premise of a quick trip. A soft-spoken young man with an interest in engineering, Amar grew up on the Syrian coast. By his account, he had a loving family, a nice home, and college was in his future. In 2015,...
Yara Al Hasbani is a dancer currently living in Paris. She fled her home country of Syria in 2014 and currently uses her art as a tool to speak out against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and bring attention to a war that has just entered its eighth year.
On Jan. 8th, the Department of Homeland Security announced the elimination of Temporary Protected Status or TPS for over 200,000 Salvadorans.
Last year’s record-low ceiling on refugee acceptance is not only about the refugee community. We may soon be paying for it as small businesses losing refugee workforce.
On Jan. 8, the Department of Homeland Security announced that it will be terminating Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for an estimated 200,000 Salvadorans.