US Army Veteran Who Served In Afghanistan Faces Deportation

Miguel Perez Jr., 39, a Chicago resident who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan and recently finished a prison term on a drug conviction, had sought to remain in the U.S., arguing his life would be in danger if he was deported to Mexico.

Polish Doctor Residing In US For 40 Years Faces Potential Deportation

Lukasz Niec, an internal medicine doctor at the Bronson Healthcare Group hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan, was picked up by three Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents from his residence last Tuesday. He has been living in the United States for nearly 40 years as a permanent green card holder.

Ending DACA Would Cost Hundreds Of Billions Of Dollars

Democrats seemed likely to hold the line on a government funding bill unless it extends a program protecting residents who were brought to the U.S. as children by their undocumented parents. Deporting the “Dreamers” will cost the economy hundreds of billions of dollars.



Refugees Find Hope In California

The implementation of new restrictions is bringing the flow of refugees to a halt. But even as much of the country turns its back on strangers fleeing war zones, refugee organizations in California report a surge in the number of community residents volunteering time and donating resources to help the new arrivals.

Should The US Defend Undocumented People In Immigration Court?

"If you cannot afford to hire a lawyer, one will be appointed to represent you...." That's what happens in criminal court, but not for people facing deportation in Immigration Courts. A group of civil-rights and immigrant-rights activists in California want the state to establish a system of universal representation.