ICE Review of Immigrant’s Suicide Finds Falsified Documents, Neglect, and Improper Confinement
An internal review of Efraín Romero de la Rosa’s death in ICE custody found almost two dozen policy violations during his stint in detention.
U.S. Border Authorities Failed to Prepare for Influx of Haitian Migrants Despite Weeks of Warnings
Local officials had warned for weeks that large groups of Haitian migrants were moving through Mexico toward the border.
Intercepted PodcastA Legacy of Corruption and Abuse: The Post-9/11 Immigration Megabureaucracy
The United States’ hard-line immigration enforcement is one of the most significant consequences of the war on terror.
In Targeting Haitians, Biden May Execute the Largest Mass Expulsion of Asylum-Seekers in Recent History
“This is anti-Black racism in our immigration policy. Period.”
Four Months Ago, Biden Said Haiti Wasn’t Safe. Now He’s Deporting Thousands There.
The Biden administration is using a Trump-era policy to justify mass deportations — only Biden is doing it at a faster pace.