Sarah Cutler, Steve Eder and Robert Gebeloff, New York Times, Oct. 3, 2023
"Several months ago, as a federal judge worked through a docket of smuggling cases in the bustling border city of Laredo...
Cyrus D. Mehta, Kaitlyn Box, Oct. 3, 2023
"In the face of Congressional inaction to fashion an immigration solution for the United States, the Administration does have broad authority to grant an...
Sarah Lynch, Inc., Oct. 3, 2023
"City officials are seeking federal help as the migrant influx intensifies--and business leaders are joining the call. In August, over 120 business executives from...
This document is scheduled to be published in the Federal Register on 10/05/2023
"The Secretary of Homeland Security has determined, pursuant to law, that it is necessary to waive certain laws,...
Nadine Sebai, Nina Sparling, Bruce Gil, The Public's Radio, Sept. 18, 2023
"The U.S. Department of Labor is investigating possible violations of child labor, overtime pay, and anti-retaliation...
"The immigrants being held in Essex County and facing deportation tell
of being locked down in rooms while being denied medical help, of not
getting "a mere" 1,000 to 1,500 calories a day in nutrition, of trying
to sleep fully clothed in freezing spaces, of fellow detainees "who
haven’t seen the sun for over two years."
These are some of the testimonial details gathered from detainees
whose anonymous quotes lace a disturbing report released yesterday by
New York University School of Law’s immigrant-rights clinic.
The report, titled "Immigration Incarceration: The Expansion and
Failed Reform of Immigration Detention in Essex County, N.J." and done
in cooperation with New Jersey Advocates for Immigrant Detainees, will
undergird an important law school-run conference today in Newark that
focuses on the rights and treatment of the nation’s scores of imprisoned
immigrants." - Star-Ledger, Mar. 23, 2012.