Tagged: Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
President Obama has declared January as "National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month," and immigration will be near the top of President Obama's political agenda in his second term.
Between 14,500 and 17,500 persons are trafficked into the country each year and that approximately 50,000 trafficked individuals may be present at any given time.
An amazing youth led book event about the challenges faced by U.S. immigrant communities, featuring multimedia presentations and artistic expression.
While millions await for an opportunity to adjust their U.S. immigration status, wealthy U.S. expatriates renounce their citizenship to dodge taxes.
Even as a social worker focused on the intersection of violence, ethnicity, immigration status, and the workplace for most of my career, the stories I heard on this trip overwhelmed me.
ICE detainers can trap local residents who clearly do not deserve to sit around in jail waiting for an immigration hearing.
The immigration enforcement arm of the Department of Homeland Security has serious issues getting its legal records to match their prosecutorial actions.
IPS' Karen Dolan sheds light on who is crying wolf and trying to pull the wool over our eyes, the 99%.
IPS' Newman Fellow Matias Ramos addresses Prince George's County residents and policy makers about how current and flawed immigration policies impact the 99%.
A local woman's struggle with immigration enforcement highlights the need for a closer look at how tough laws affects migrant women.