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With the coronavirus sweeping the country, federal defense attorneys and court officials witnessed a rare pause in the longstanding prosecution pipeline.
Jean Montrevil was deported after reviving his immigrant rights activism. His First Amendment suit says he was targeted for protected speech.
ICE attorneys are now required to prove that a noncitizen poses a danger or flight risk in order for the court to deny bond.
A look back at The Intercept’s must-read immigration stories from 2019.
New books explore the racist history of immigration policy and chart a more humane path forward.
Border Patrol agents have arrested 71 people at the Spokane bus depot this year, part of a nationwide increase in immigration enforcement on Greyhound buses.
A new poll shows that most Americans oppose criminalizing aid, a reality U.S. attorneys hope to keep out of the Arizona courtroom where Warren is on trial.
The plan, released Thursday, also calls to improve conditions in industries that rely on immigrants, including instating a domestic workers’ bill of rights.
When it comes to immigration, both the politics and the policy, perhaps no Democrat has been more destructive over the past 25 years than Rahm Emanuel.
In a past mass raid, an ICE official wrote that his office was “required to have 240 targets.”