Myriam Parada, a woman living without documentation in the U.S., showed Minnesota police her Mexican ID when she got in a car accident. They handed her to ICE, and now she’s suing.
The Garcias woke up to look for jobs in the fields where Cesar Chavez once organized. Fearing they’d be deported again—leaving six children behind—they sped off to their deaths.
Immigration enforcers have tried for years to get access to spy agency secrets. Civil libertarians call the prospect ‘frankly terrifying’—and a lot more realistic under Trump.
Ravi Ragbir was convicted of wire fraud two decades ago and will be sent back to Trinidad after he was detained this month.
Members of an Iraqi family turned themselves in at the U.S. border, seeking asylum. He ended up on hunger strike protesting his captivity while his wife fled to Canada.
The forthcoming ICE operation is the surest sign to date that the Trump administration is ramping up ‘worksite enforcement.’
ICE asked Silicon Valley for technology to do ‘extreme vetting’ of immigrants. But how do you define ‘positive contributions’ or an innocent person’s risk of becoming a terrorist?