Reports: Detention Doesn’t Deter Migrants and Refugees From Coming to United States
The Administration justified its reversal as a means to deter future migrants from coming to the United States. Yet, detaining mothers and children to deter others not only violates international and U.S. law—it doesn’t work.
What GOP Presidential Hopefuls Fiorina, Carson, and Huckabee Have Said on Immigration
This week, three GOP candidates entered the 2016 race. Here’s what we know about their stance on current U.S. immigration policy
How Immigrant Entrepreneurs Move the U.S. Economy Forward
Income from immigrant-owned businesses increased by more than 60 percent over the last decade, and in 2010 generated more than $775 billion in revenue, $125 billion in payroll, and $100 billion in income, and employed one out of every ten workers.
Arpaio Faces Skeptical Judges In Lawsuit Challenging Obama’s Immigration Action
In December, Arpaio’s lawsuit was thrown out by the federal district court for the District of Columbia. At an oral argument before the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals, a three-judge panel appeared ready to agree with the district court’s ruling.
After Earthquake in Nepal, Bill Introduced to Grant Temporary Protected Status to Nepalese Nationals
ast week, several members of Congress introduced a bill, H.R. 2033, that would designate Nepal as a country whose nationals are eligible for temporary protected status.