Science teacher Syed Ahmed Jamal, originally for Bangladesh, was arrested while getting into his car; he sits in a county jail, having been transferred from Kansas to Hawaii to Missouri
Lawsuit filed in federal court in Boston seeks to block the administration from terminating temporary protective status for thousands of immigrants from Haiti and El Salvador
For the past 50-plus years, family reunification has been central to U.S. immigration law
It’s up to Immigration and Customs Enforcement whether he is allowed to stay with his family while awaiting his hearing
Senate’s two-year budget deal kicked immigration debate into next week, leaving the immigrants, known as Dreamers, in continued limbo
VOA spoke with members of diaspora communities from countries on the ban list, where lives and livelihoods have been affected
Hundreds of Somali refugees are waiting to grab a chance to live in the U.S. For some, it is a matter of life and death.
A Colorado camp helped Cambodian adoptees identify with Cambodian-American camp counselors and volunteers; now they're planning a reunion
Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi recently announced the creation of 'Indonesia Aid,' a 'single agency will strengthen Indonesia's diplomacy including humanitarian diplomacy'
Alfred Olango's sister called police for help during her brother’s mental breakdown; then the police response had a breakdown of its own
More extensive background checks lead to indefinite delays, imperiling foreign recruits