Hispanic Communities In New York , New Jersey Preparing For Impending ICE RaidsThe Trump administration is looking to apprehend several thousand people who've been ordered to leave the country or entered the U.S. illegally.
Joe Giudice, Husband Of 'Real Housewives Of New Jersey' Star, Loses Appeal And Set To Be DeportedGiudice and wife Teresa pleaded guilty in 2014 to bankruptcy fraud and submitting false loan applications to get $5 million in mortgages and construction loans.
Lawmakers Rally For Release Of Two Men Taken From Families By ICETwo families, both who have had fathers detained by immigration officials, rallied with local lawmakers who are demanding the men be reunited with their children until their cases are decided.
Student's Trump-Inspired 'Promposal' Stirs ControversyA Wisconsin student's "promposal" is drawing both laughs and criticism after the teen referenced President Trump's policies on illegal immigration in his sign.
Immigration Activist Ragbir's Deportation Postponed For Day In CourtAn immigration rights activist has had his deportation postponed so he can have his day in court.
Out Of Jail, Immigration Activist Ragbir Says He's Still Scheduled To Be DeportedImmigration activist Ravi Ragbir and his wife, Amy Gottlieb, were in Washington Tuesday for the State of the Union address Tuesday night.
Connecticut Single Mother Of 4 Defies Her Deportation OrdersNury Chavarria, 43, was supposed to board a plane back to Guatemala by 5 p.m. Thursday. Instead, she sought refuge at a local church.
False Stories About ICE Sweeps & Checkpoints Spark Fear In New York's Immigrant CommunitiesPresident Donald Trump's tough talk on immigration is reverberating across New York as false stories about ICE raids spread on social media.
O'Neill Tells NYPD Not To Enforce Trump's Expanded Deportation OrdersPolice Commissioner James O'Neill sent an internal memo to the men and women of the NYPD, ordering them not to comply, but experts say that defiance could come at a steep cost.
Trump's Mass Deportation Idea Was Tried In 1930sDuring the Great Depression, counties and cities in the American Southwest and Midwest forced Mexican immigrants and their families to leave the U.S. over concerns they were taking jobs away from whites despite their legal right to stay.
N.J. Muslim Leader's Deportation Hearing Delayed Until MarchAn attorney for Mohammad Qatanani says a hearing originally scheduled for Sept. 12 has been delayed until March.
City Council Approves Plan To Keep Police Detainees From Immigration OfficialsThe New York City Council on Wednesday approved a measure that will make it more difficult for immigration officials to detain people being released from police custody.
Temporary Reprieve For Indonesian Christians Facing DeportationA group of Indonesian Christians facing deportation has been granted a temporary reprieve, according to the leader of a New Jersey church that granted them sanctuary.
Young Immigrants Take Advantage Of New Program On First Day The Obama administration announced in June it would stop deporting many illegal immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children.
N.J. Church Offers 2 Men Wanted For Deportation Sanctuary, Vows To FightBoth men, many years ago, overstayed tourist visas, missed deadlines for applying for asylum and submitted to GPS ankle monitors, but were told to report for deportation during the past month.