Border Patrol made 310,531 arrests during past fiscal year, while 143,470 people were arrested for deportations, federal data show
A California court last week approved parts of the directive, but US officials say Chad, Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria, and Yemen are not in compliance with certain security screening measures
Contracting document released this week outlines plans for up to nearly 26,000 new employees
Monday, the Department of Homeland Security said it would terminate the status for some 2,500 Nicaraguans in January 2019
About 1,200 refugees arrived in October; program would need to welcome 3,750 refugees a month to meet the upper limit of 45,000
US refugee ceiling to drop to 45,000 per year
The approximately 38,000 who have yet to submit renewals have until Oct. 5 to deliver their paperwork to filing locations
Senator Thom Tillis, along with senators James Lankford and Orrin Hatch, announced Solution for Undocumented Children through Careers, Employment, Education, and Defending our Nation
Officials from White House, three federal agencies decline to identify how many or name countries that are not in compliance with new standards despite weeks of discussions with US officials
With his statement Tuesday, Trump revives rhetoric about financial aspect of resettlement that first appears in original travel ban
Move clouds the future of 800,000 young immigrants; in rare critique of his successor, Obama says action was 'self-defeating' and 'cruel'
Early reports indicate the president will end the program that has shielded hundreds of thousands of young undocumented immigrants from deportation for the last five years
Fewer than 1,000 refugees arrived in the country in August
San Salvador has asked Trump administration to extend Temporary Protected Status to nearly 200,000 of its nationals living in US, country's foreign minister said on Friday
President reviewed equipment used for surveillance and detection of border crossings
Fewer refugees came to the US in July that in any month since 2007
DHS spokesperson says that without extra workers, U.S. businesses will suffer 'irreparable harm'
Two words stand between a pair of refugee teenagers and the families awaiting them in the United States: bona fide
State Department "reviewing" ruling for "immediate implementation"
Number of refugees allowed into US this fiscal year has exceeded 50,000, the cap set by President Donald Trump in his executive order restricting travelers and refugees