At the end of every year, many publications, including Time magazine, often look back on the year to name a Person Of The Year.
Another lump of coal! That’s all immigrants are getting again this Christmas from Trump & Co., aka The President and his personal attorney, also known as the Attorney General of the USA, Bill Barr.
A whopping 267,258 immigrants were deported from the U.S. in Fiscal Year 2019 according to the latest U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Fiscal Year 2019 Enforcement and Removal Operations data released last week.
A 16-year-old Guatemalan boy’s lifeless body was left near a toilet on a cold hard concrete cell floor from approximately 1:30 a.m. until 6 a.m. in May this year.
This sting operation that engaged in entrapment, deceit and eventual “robbery” of foreign-born immigrant students started way before Donald Trump’s time as president.
Like many, I too was furious last week when I read the Detroit Free Press story that stated that U.S. ICE had arrested over 250 immigrant students since January,
The holidays are upon us and it’s supposed to be a season of Thanksgiving, giving and love, but no such Christlike emotions from the Trump administration will trickle down—at least not to immigrants.
While Democrats are hard at work trying to cull enough evidence to possibly impeach Donald Trump on that now infamous Ukraine ‘quid pro quo’ event...
Often, when one thinks of migrants trying to enter the U.S. through its Southern border with Mexico, the perception is often that those immigrants are largely from Mexico and Central America, especially nations like Honduras and Guatemala.
When one thinks of complaints to the United Nations Human Rights Council, over human rights, one almost always assumes the accused nations are dictatorial regimes carrying out xenophobic agendas.
The new fiscal year began Oct. 1, 2019, but in a matter of 14 days, two immigrants in the custody of U.S. Immigration and Enforcement (ICE) have died.
Seemingly lost in the deluge of impeachment news coverage recently was the less heralded release of some new data from the U.S. Census’ American Community Survey.
While many have been distracted by the whistleblower’s complaint; Donald Trump’s foot in mouth disease over that Ukraine call; the Democratic congress’ push for an impeachment inquiry and all the latest drama in this bad soap opera we are trapped ...
There is just so much happening on the immigration front under this draconian administration and its cohorts in the Senate weekly that it feels like you miss a lot with just a blink.
It’s hard for many to imagine that illegal immigration is also a problem for some Caribbean nations, including the hurricane devastated northwestern Bahamas.