The City of Phoenix has helped about 40 refugee and asylee-owned businesses navigate the economic crisis due the COVID-19 pandemic through grants funded with federal relief dollars. Meanwhile, a federal judge is expected to decide...
WASHINGTON — President-elect Joe Biden is promising to reinstate an Obama-era program that shields deportation for some undocumented people who were brought to the United States by their parents when they were children.
In August, a group of Cuban asylum seekers held by Immigration and Customs Enforcement at the Eloy Detention Center detailed how detainees who fell ill with coronavirus symptoms were put into solitary confinement instead of receiving treatment.
A jail operated by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office continues to be a top destination nationally for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents to take custody of people arrested for alleged misdemeanors and felonies.
The parents of 545 migrant children who were separated in 2017 by the U.S. government have yet to be found and most were deported to Central America, NBC News reported.
La Palma Correctional Center, a privately run immigration detention center in Eloy, has recorded the most COVID-19 cases among immigration detainees in the country.
Donald Trump has deviated 180 degrees from past Republican administrations on U.S. immigration policy.
During my work at the U.S. Department of Homeland Security during the Obama administration, I constantly met colleagues whose journeys brought them to DHS because they were moved by 9/11 or a passion to achieve immigration reform. These colleagues and their unique journeys often inspired me.
As his campaign has expanded operations in Arizona to reach Latino voters, President Donald Trump held a “Latinos for Trump” panel and rally in Phoenix on Monday where business owners and elected officials spoke about their immigration stories and thanked Trump for his policies around taxes and international trade agreements.
The Republican Party may not be dead yet, but it’s probably time to put it out of our misery.