Congress Pursuing Anti-Immigrant Agenda in 2015
This year, Congress has pursued a “mass deportation agenda”, seeking to repeal President Obama’s executive actions rather than pursuing reform.
Court Reportedly Set to Order End to Detention of Children in Unlicensed Family Facilities
Advocates went to court to argue that the government’s family detention centers violated minimum standards for release and treatment of children subject to immigration detention. Here’s the latest on the case.
Two Moms Spend Mother’s Day Traveling to Immigration Family Detention Center
Mother’s Day morning, we said goodbye to our own children in order to visit with some other moms—courageous Central American moms fleeing persecution and detained with their children in south Texas.
Why More Immigration Judges Are Needed
If there is any aspect of immigration reform over which there should be no partisan disagreement, it is the dire need to increase the number of immigration judges. By the end of 2013 there were 357,167 cases pending in the immigration courts and only 249 immigration judges to handle them all.
2016 Presidential Candidates Weigh-In on President Obama’s Immigration Action
Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush have all begun discussing their views around how far the President should have gone with respect to executive action on immigration and what they would do if they were President.