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Controlled Application Review and Resolution Program (CARRP) was instituted at the end of the Bush administration in 2008 with the purpose to vet immigrants that could present “national security concerns” to the United States.
Family detention is the practice of confining asylum seeker parents along with their children in detention facilities operated by USCIS.
Director Frisly Soberanis won the Next Generation Award for the "I Know What Pandemic Means" film, which was co-produced by Documented.
Our newsroom publishes an award-winning weekly newsletter aimed at New York’s Spanish-speaking undocumented immigrants.
CoreCivic, one of the largest private correctional facilities in the U.S. operates over 70 facilities, 12 of which have contracts with ICE.
The Department of Homeland Security completely reshaped how the U.S. oversees its immigration enforcement agencies.
Attaching a G-1145 form to USCIS documents will provide immigrants with texts or emails when their other immigration forms are accepted.
The I-9 form is a document that must be completed by U.S. employers for each employee (citizen or non-citizen) hired.
The term "Green Card Holder" has been synonymous with "Permanent Resident." Here we explain where the term came from, and the different types.