President Barack Obama will act on his own by year’s end to remake the nation’s fractured immigration system, and he will go as far as he can under the law, the White House chief of staff told frustrated Latino lawmakers Thursday.
President Barack Obama, who has postponed until after Election Day his plans that could shield millions of immigrants from deportation, is already on pace this year to deport the fewest number of immigrants since at least 2007.
President Barack Obama said Saturday that the surge of immigrant children entering the U.S. illegally changed the politics surrounding the issue of immigration and led him to put off a pledge to use executive action that could shield millions of people from deportation.
President Barack Obama still intends to act on his own to change immigration policies but may do so later than expected.
145 people were arrested during a protest against U.S. deportations of migrants in the country illegally in a rally outside the White House.
Obama’s Lawyers Crafting Legal Rationale For Executive Actions On Immigration That Will Survive Court Challenges
With impeachment threats and potential lawsuits looming, President Barack Obama knows whatever executive actions he takes on immigration will face intense opposition.
Government Immigration Board Determines Domestic Violence Victims May Be Able To Qualify For US Asylum
A government immigration board has determined for the first time that domestic violence victims may be able to qualify for asylum in the United States.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez believes President Barack Obama can take executive actions on giving millions of immigrants living illegally in the United States work permits.
A new survey from Mexico finds that the country’s residents have increasingly negative views of the economy and leadership, with 44 percent of Mexicans saying they believe life is better in the United States for those who migrated.
A Border Patrol official who was removed from his position in June is accusing the agency of covering up “highly suspect” deaths in clashes along the southern border.