With unswerving loyalty, Miller has singular control of an issue central to the presidency
A policy change to the definition of what constitutes a “public charge” will expand the grounds upon which immigrants can be denied legal residency and other benefits.
The acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement escorted a planeload of Guatemalans out of the United States. He hopes there will be many more flights just like it.
Authorities call raids that netted 680 undocumented workers a success.
With billions in a federal contract at stake, Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-N.D.) has aggressively promoted Fisher Industries, a major donor.
Under the terms of the accord, the United States would reroute large numbers of asylum seekers to Guatemala. They’re offering visas, investment and aid to win over a skeptical public.
Latest moves create new deterrents by involving other countries instead of Democrats.
Plaintiffs argue that U.S. immigration law does not disqualify asylum seekers on the basis of how they reach U.S. soil.
The new rule, to take effect Tuesday, would require asylum seekers to request refuge in countries they reach before they get to the United States. The decision is certain to draw legal challenges.
Cristhian Rivera told investigators that he had “blocked” his “memory” and found Mollie Tibbetts's body in the trunk of the car he was driving.