tag | Immigration and Customs Enforcement


Lawyers: Asylum seekers whose claims were rejected under illegal rules should get another chance

Lawyers representing families detained at the Berks County Residential Center say Immigrations and Customs Enforcement may deport two families as soon as this weekend.

By Alanna Elder

ICE officials use Philly press conference to tout 170 arrests in ‘sanctuary’ cities

The timing of the press events raise concerns that the agency’s activities are an extension of President Donald Trump’s political campaign.

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

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Pennsylvania joins other states in suing to stop new student visa rule

Pennsylvania has joined 16 other states and Washington D.C. in suing the Department of Homeland Security and Immigration and Customs Enforcement over a new policy.

The lawsuit filed Monday comes a week after ICE made sudden changes to its rules for F-1 and M1 visas, which international students use to attend college in the United States. Under the “Temporary Final Rule”, they could lose their visas if all their fall classes moved online — a measure some universities have decided to take to prevent the spread of coronavirus. 

By Alanna Elder

ICE, Pa. courts push back on bids to free immigrant families in Berks Center due to COVID-19

After being ordered to release all children in their custody due to the coronavirus pandemic,  U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials argued against releasing their parents with them in new court filings.

By Laura Benshoff/WHYY

Estudiante brasileño de Penn State reacciona a nueva regla migratoria, enfrenta un futuro incierto

Estudiantes internacionales están tratando de comprender como las nuevas regulaciones de las visas estudiantiles les pueden impactar, más allá del semestre que viene.
By Alanna Elder

Brazilian Penn State student reacts to new visa rule, faces uncertain future

International students across the country are trying to understand how new visa restrictions could impact their futures, beyond the upcoming semester.
By Alanna Elder
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