In a recent Q&A, immigration advocate Marleine Bastien calls on Congress to act after Supreme Court limits green cards for TPS holders.
The Investigative Reporting Workshop tracked immigration policy changes, executive orders and court decisions during the Trump administration and will do the same under President Biden.
Biden administration timeline Follow policy changes and executive actions
President Donald Trump had a specific immigration agenda when he entered the White House in 2017: Stem the flow of immigrants — both legal and undocumented.
The upcoming presidential election has many recipients of the Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals program on edge. The 2012 program implemented by President Barack Obama protects many of the 800,000 immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children.
The U.S. Supreme Court voted 5-4 to reject President Donald Trump’s three-year endeavor to end a program that protects young immigrants from deportation.
State legislatures amassed more than 250 bills focused on immigration this year, drilling down on hot topics like sanctuary cities and professional licensing, as well as new concerns including the census question and separating children from their parents at the border.
Fourteen Democratic presidential hopefuls are meeting in San Francisco this weekend for the California Democratic Party’s annual convention, underscoring the state’s potential importance in the presidential primary calendar and highlighting key issues already dominating the campaign trail. In 2020, California’s primary is slated for March 3, also known as Super Tuesday. It joins 13 other …
The Investigative Reporting Workshop continues to track immigration-related news, including the 2020 presidential race and policy changes that have occurred during the Trump administration. Check out our interactive timeline and where the 2020 candidates stand on the topic. In other immigration news: President Trump announced a new immigration plan Thursday that would prioritize highly skilled workers over …
Updated March 5, 2020 Twenty-five Democrats and one Republican have announced bids to unseat President Trump in the 2020 presidential race. While they are addressing universal health care, criminal justice reform, tax reform and affordable housing, it’s likely that Trump’s demands for a border wall with Mexico will focus attention on the debate over immigration. …