Articles By Max Siegelbaum
Over 5.3 million students enrolled in colleges in 2018 came from immigrant families, making up a 30 percent of all students
The director of an advocacy organization was arrested for dumping trash in the yard of the acting director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
A federal judge barred ICE from transferring immigrant detainees to the Farmville, Virginia, immigration jail undergoing a massive COVID-19 outbreak
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrest residents while dressed as New York Police Department officers, and are unlikely to stop.
A Government Accountability Office report found the Office of Refugee Resettlement inadequately monitors facilities taking care of migrant children
A federal court stopped the Trump administration from ending the census headcount a month early, but upheld an early deadline for delivering population totals
Reynaldo Castro-Tum's case triggered former Attorney General Jeff Sessions to end administrative closure, which immigration judges use to close cases
A prosecuting attorney for ICE losing a detainee´s file, immigrants spending more time in jail because the video teleconferencing system malfunctioned, a judge deporting children because they failed to show up to court. The following are some of the negligences we saw after we spent three months in the immigration courts.