Articles By Max Siegelbaum
Wednesday's Edition of Early Arrival: Advocates Focus on Licenses, DREAM Act — Immigration Is a Top National Issue — Border Wall Started as a Campaign Memory Device
Musicians, poets and writers gathered on the Lower East Side for performances and discussions about immigration detention.
A trove of complaints paint Alan Vomacka as one of the country's harshest immigration judges.
The immigration courts at Varick Street in New York are still using video teleconferencing for hearings five months after protests ended.
The City’s USCIS Asylum Office is granting 50 percent fewer applications since 2013
In court documents, one man alleges Bergen County Jail neglected his health and violated his constitutional rights
Per capita, ICE arrested immigrants at four times the rate in Erie County than in New York County, according to new data
After Documented uncovered Canada invested public money in the private prison industry, an MP is probing the finance minister for answers
Despite the government's views on immigration, Canada’s state pension fund increased its investment in American private prisons 13-fold during the family separation crisis.