U.S. immigration law has a history of excluding “undesirables” from citizenship through policy. It’s doing it now with LGBTQ families, in spite of marriage equality.
Why are 60% of the New Zealanders deported from Australia Maori or Pacific Islanders?
The U.S. immigration system is ill-equipped to deal with refugees who are feeling real violence and hardship but who don’t qualify for asylum.
Captain Noorullah Aminyar has been in detention for three years now, his asylum application subject to a system of immigration law both complex and capricious.
Afghan Noorullah Aminyar was a valuable ally to the American military. Now, after a failed defection attempt and three years in detention, his asylum claims rests on the argument that the U.S. has lost the war in Afghanistan.
TheHudson Valley offers a glimpse of the ways deportations will effect America’s farm economy and food system.
Sarah Jeong has spent the past several months covering Trump’s travel ban… while officially becoming an American citizen.
One of the most dangerous companies in the U.S. took advantage of immigrant workers. Then, when they got hurt or fought back, it used America’s laws against them.
Immigration lawyer Matt Cameron writes in The Baffler, laying bare the inequities, misconceptions, and plain messiness that characterize U.S. immigration law.