A Detroit federal judge issued a two-week stay Thursday halting the planned deportation of more than 100 Iraqi Christians back to their country of origin.
IndyCar driver Mikhail Aleshin has been held up in France by immigration issues and will not arrive back in the United States in time for practice Friday at Road America.
One student wrote how his parents were fed up with paying "war taxes" to street gangs in Honduras.
Two immigrant dairy farmworkers have been arrested on immigration charges after marching to the Ben & Jerry's factory in Vermont to call for better pay and living conditions on farms that provide milk for the ice cream maker.
A Kurdish man who appears to have only minor convictions woke up to a knock on the door of his Tennessee home a week ago and was whisked away for deportation as part of a roundup of Iraqi nationals.
Researchers say the number of cases in the country's backlogged immigration courts has surged to nearly 600,000, jumping more than 100,000 in the last year.
A spokesperson for 7-Eleven issued a statement with an apology.
A hearing is scheduled Wednesday on a lawsuit that seeks to stop the government from deporting more than 100 Iraqi nationals who were recently rounded up.
The American Civil Liberties Union has filed a class-action lawsuit seeking to stop the government from deporting more than 100 Iraqi nationals rounded up in raids last weekend.
Detentions in the first five months of 2017 were more than twice the previous two years combined.
A U.S. immigration board has reopened the asylum request of an immigrant from Guatemala who was nearly deported last month before being granted a reprieve.
Immigration officials say a Salvadoran man whose arrest had rallied friends and neighbors in northern Florida was a soldier who tortured suspected guerrillas before arriving in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement have deported Jose Francisco Grijalva Monroy after he testified he hung rebels by their hands from trees and tied them to the back of an army Jeep to drag them on the road.
Director Miguel Arteta says it is a sign of what he calls the "very bad times" that Salma Hayek doesn't get more leading roles.
Federal authorities say agents have arrested 70 people in Oklahoma and Texas as part of a three-day sweep targeting immigrants with criminal records or who were in the U.S. illegally.
Officials in Washington and with ICE are denouncing fake fliers distributed in the nation's capital warning against helping people who are in the United States illegally.
A man U.S. immigration officials are trying to deport has been released from custody after civil liberties advocates challenged his detention.
Authorities say a woman who may have been trying to reach Canada was found dead in northwestern Minnesota.
Eric Cruz Lopez was charged with spray-painting expletives about President Donald Trump on the walls of school buildings.
Texas representatives got into a fight on Monday following protests from illegal immigrants.
Lawyers in Massachusetts are seeking the release of a man they say is being unlawfully detained by federal immigration officials while they try to find a country to deport him to.
A Southern California woman has taken the first step toward suing county and federal officials after she says she was detained by immigration authorities for deportation even though she is an American citizen.
The owner of a Michigan restaurant says U.S. immigration agents who were conducting enforcement at the business ate breakfast before arresting three workers.
Dozens of people seeking to immigrate to Japan have staged a hunger strike while in detention.
An estimated 40 percent of the roughly 11 million people currently in the country illegally stayed past their visas.
A Florida immigration officer has been charged with taking a bribe from a woman he accused of using a fake marriage to gain U.S. residency.
An Indonesian man who was seeking asylum in New Jersey and had been living in the United States for 16 years has been deported.
Authorities say an Indian man detained after arriving at Atlanta's airport without required immigration documents has died at a hospital.
The number of people arrested by immigration agents in the early months of the Trump administration has increased nearly 40 percent compared to last year.
A Cuban national faces up to 30 years in prison for his part in an immigrant smuggling operation from the Bahamas to the United States.
Federal authorities say a Panamanian detainee at a south Georgia immigration detention center appears to have killed himself.
The Hong Kong lawyer for a group of refugees who sheltered former NSA contractor Edward Snowden four years ago says the southern Chinese city's immigration department has rejected their asylum requests.
Five of the contestants vying for the Miss USA title have a message to immigrant girls and women watching the pageant Sunday: Set goals, work hard and don't stay in the shadows.
A Mexican immigrant who lived in a Denver church for three months to avoid deportation walked away on Friday after her supporters said immigration officials gave her two more years to resolve her effort to stay in the country.
Federal authorities have revoked the protection from deportation granted to a Mexican woman who became a cause celebre in the debate over illegal immigration when she was a Georgia college student seven years ago.
A Salvadoran national whose conviction in the slaying of missing intern Chandra Levy was overturned has been deported.
Prosecutors are dropping charges against two Hispanic teens accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a restroom at a suburban Washington high school, a case cited by the White House as an example of why the president wants to crack down on illegal immigration.
The Latest on 12 athletes who swam across the border from the U.S. to Mexico in a show of support for immigrants (all times local): 1 p.m.
Twelve athletes are swimming across the border from the United States to Mexico in an effort to call attention to immigrants in a charged political environment.
The Latest on charges being dropped in an alleged rape at a Maryland high school (all times local): 12:15 p.m.
An immigrant facing deportation to Guatemala has been granted a 30-day reprieve hours before he was to be put on a plane to Central America.
While having lunch Monday with her longtime boyfriend, she finally got word electronically that she had been approved for a green card.
Think about the most emotional you have ever been because of something wonderful. For example, that feeling when you find out you're pregnant.
Border Patrol agents working an immigration checkpoint in southern Arizona say they have found 67 pounds of marijuana that was being smuggled inside of a casket.
Public school teachers, immigration advocates and social and racial justice groups are taking to the streets in May Day demonstrations across the state.
Flores entered the country illegally last year, fleeing death threats from alleged drug-related gangs.
Workers making preparations for Saturday's Kentucky Derby worry that anti-immigrant fervor in Washington could cause many of them to be deported.
A Canadian man has been sentenced to 15 months in a U.S. prison nearly 20 years after he smuggled immigrants across the Detroit River.
An international rights group says Israel has granted a work visa to its regional director that was denied earlier this year.
When Salvadoran immigrant Joselin Marroquin-Torres became flustered in front of a federal immigration judge in New York and forgot to give her asylum application, a woman she had just met stood up to provide it.
Volunteers are stepping up to accompany people living in the United States illegally to court hearings and meetings with immigration officials.
Prosecutors say seven people have pleaded guilty to arranging sham marriages in South Carolina so people from Brazil could try to become American citizens.
For many people around the U.S., driving to a job, store or doctor now seems risky.
A failure to follow the rules may have cost an illegal Mexican immigrant his life in the U.S.
Glancing at the Olympic Stadium for the first time in five years, Zamzam Farah's troubles momentarily wash away and she fondly reminisces about competing in the London Games.
A Mexican mother of four U.S.-born children living in southwest Ohio has been returned to Mexico.
A North Carolina college student bracing for a deportation hearing has learned she can stay in the U.S. after all.
Indian-born U.S. national cricket team player Timil Kaushik Patel has become a naturalized American citizen.
Castro, 40, was reportedly taking part in an activity called the Víacrucis del Migrante.
Canada is moving to strip citizenship from a man accused of slaughtering villagers in Guatemala using a grenade, gun and sledgehammer.
Stephen Ames won the Mitsubishi Electric Classic on Sunday for his first PGA Tour Champions victory, easily holding off Bernhard Langer at TPC Sugarloaf.
The Illinois Prisoner Review Board is being asked to intervene on behalf of an Army veteran with a green card who faces deportation because of a 2008 drug conviction.
An Afghan family that traveled to the U.S. on special visas and was detained by immigration officials at the Los Angeles airport in March received status as permanent residents Thursday, their attorneys said.
Prosecutors say two San Francisco police detectives will not face criminal charges for shooting and killing a young Guatemalan immigrant armed with a knife.
A Mexican mother of four U.S.-born children living in Ohio is being held in federal detention in Louisiana as advocates urge that she not be deported.
The Latest on the planned deportation of a Mexican mother of four U.S.-born children (all times local): 3:10 p.m.
A first court appearance is scheduled this week for a North Carolina man charged in what police have described as a racially tinged arson attack on an immigrant-owned store.
Mexico is home to 10 percent of all land species known to science, many of which are shared across North America.
An attorney says U.S. immigration authorities have refused to halt deportation for a Mexican mother of four U.S.-born children.
Workers at a famed New York bakery who face a deadline to produce immigration papers are instead defying the government in public — at President Donald Trump's Manhattan home.
A father and daughter duo allegedly helped obtain visas for Chinese nationals, including people on that country’s “100 Most Wanted” fugitive list, by defrauding a U.S. program that awards visas to wealthy foreigners who invest in American projects, according to federal court documents unsealed Wednesday.
A North Carolina state lawmaker who called on the secretary of state to resign -- after records showed her office allowed more than 320 nonpermanent residents to become public notaries over the past nine years -- said Wednesday he's filed for her impeachment.
The Dominican Republic led with 93 players, followed by Venezuela (77) and Cuba (23), the commissioner's office said Monday.
There’s growing friction between the Department of Homeland Security and judges across the country.
A deeply conservative state, Tennessee voted overwhelmingly for President Donald Trump and his tough stance on immigration.
As preservationists restore Atlanta's colossal Cyclorama — a landmark that's a sort of 19th-century high-tech Civil War history lesson — they also plan to showcase an all-but-forgotten drawing that reveals a little-known fact: There once were plans for another Atlanta Cyclorama.
A 17-year-old charged with raping a fellow student in a Maryland high school bathroom is heading back to court.
A major rating agency says if sanctuary communities that refuse to cooperate with immigration authorities lose federal funds under President Donald Trump's executive order, their credit ratings aren't likely to change.
A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement operation in the Pacific Northwest resulted in 84 arrests.
A teenage blogger from Singapore who was granted U.S. asylum remains detained in a Wisconsin facility with few clues of when he'll be released.
Daniel Ramirez, the first so-called Dreamer arrested during the Trump Administration, has been granted bond and could be released from detention as early as Wednesday.
The Latest on a Pennsylvania school district's settlement with the American Civil Liberties Union on educating older immigrant students (all times local): 10:45 p.m.
A Pennsylvania school district reached a settlement Tuesday with the American Civil Liberties Union over what civil rights attorneys contend was a practice of denying older refugee and immigrant students a meaningful education by steering them to alternative high schools.
Attorneys for a teenager accused of raping a 14-year-old girl in a high school bathroom say the sex was consensual.
Three Iraqi refugees have been arrested and charged with immigration fraud for allegedly attempting to obtain naturalization as U.S. citizens in a manner that violates the law, the Justice Department said in a statement.
Federal immigration officials say an agent shot and wounded a man after he pointed a gun at agents trying to make an arrest in a Chicago home, but the wounded man's attorney said he was unarmed and targeted for no apparent reason.
About 100 people have protested the detention by federal immigration officials of three advocates for Vermont dairy farm workers.
Border Patrol says they arrested a man and found $54,000 hidden inside tortilla dough at the Port of San Luis.
Authorities in Fort Worth say federal immigration agents arrested 26 parolees living in the country illegally as they performed community service.
A 25-year-old man who had been allowed to stay in the U.S. because he was brought illegally into the country as a child was detained Sunday by immigration agents, activists said.
Activists say a 25-year-old man who had been allowed to stay in the U.S. because he was brought into the country as a child has been detained by immigration agents.
The Austin Sanctuary Network of churches offering shelter to immigrants in the liberal Texas city is growing rapidly since President Donald Trump was elected.
Pressure is mounting, as Senate lawmakers demand answers on the immigration history of two suspects in the rape of a 14-year-old girl in the boy’s bathroom of a Maryland public high school, but school officials say they were obligated to educate the pair.
The David Horowitz Freedom Center announced they will be putting posters up at UC San Diego on Friday calling for the University of California President Janet Napolitano to be “prosecuted for sedition” over “sanctuary campuses,” the San Diego Union Tribune reported.
Two teenagers trekking toward the U.S. from Guatemala in claim they were sexually assaulted by a U.S. Customs and Border Protection agent who they flagged down for help in July 2016.
The Latest on reports of sexual assaults and domestic violence declining among Latinos in Los Angeles amid concerns of increased immigration enforcement.
A student organization says it posted provocative signs about illegal immigrants at a Minnesota college as part of a social experiment.
To earn a place on South Korea's team for next year's Olympics, you may need to brush up on your singing.
Reports of sexual assaults and domestic violence among Los Angeles' Latino population have plummeted since the beginning of the year, amid fears that immigrants in the country illegally could face deportation if they interact with police or appear in court, the city's police chief said Tuesday.
Immigration officials say one of two students charged with raping a 14-year-old girl in a high school bathroom in Maryland entered the United States illegally.
In San Francisco, a tattoo removal clinic has doubled the number of clients since the election.
The court-appointed attorneys for a man accused of plotting to bomb a Kansas apartment complex filled with Somali immigrants asked a judge to let them withdraw from the case, saying in a filing Monday that they have lost their client's trust and cannot satisfy his expectations.
Indonesia has deported two French journalists for committing visa violations while shooting a documentary film in Indonesia's easternmost province of Papua, an official said Sunday.
Some 3,500 Haitians are now in the border cities of Tijuana and Mexicali, according to Mexican government data.
A former Immigration and Customs Enforcement officer has been convicted of accepting cash bribes and sex from immigrants in the U.S. without legal permission in exchange for employment authorization documents.