As Congress heads into its post-election lame-duck session, Democrats believe they have the upper hand in immigration negotiations, but Trump still wants money for his border wall.
Dissatisfied with her efforts to cut off migrant flows at the Mexican border, Trump wants to fire Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. But she isn’t the problem. That’s Trump’s policies themselves, which are impractical, ineffective, or illegal, and designed to solve phantom problems.
Federal appeals court rules that New York state law prevents local police officers from making arrests for ICE.
The Trump administration has ended Temporary Protected Status for Haitian, Honduran and Salvadoran immigrants. As part of a law suit to prove racial bias as motive in this decision, the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice has issued subpoenas for out-takes from Trump’s television show “The Apprentice.
The Trump Effect: the number of new international students enrolling at U.S. colleges and universities is down for the third year in a row. Could this have something to do with Trump’s anti-immigrant rhetoric?
This is an excellent, three-minute video that delineates the racist roots of U.S. immigration laws.