Trump’s Immigration Ban Has Nothing to Do With Jobs
The Sheriff Who is Defying ICE
Don’t Bet on Comprehensive Immigration Reform in the New Congress
How Much More Merit Do You Need Than Saving American Lives?
In the past year, there’s been a sudden drop in arrivals under the special-immigrant-visa program for Afghan and Iraqi citizens, many of whom served alongside U.S. soldiers as battlefield translators.
The Battle Over DACA Reaches a Fever Pitch
Can Americas Farms Survive the Threat of Deportations?
Trumps Immigration Crackdown Is Overwhelming a Strained System
Testing Federal Power Over Immigration
An upcoming birthright citizenship case at the Supreme Court could give some insight as to whether Donald Trump’s proposed ban on immigration could pass Constitutional muster. The “plenary power doctrine” essentially holds that Congress can make distinctions among immigrants—including some based on sex, race, and national origin—that (as the Court said in 1976) “would be unacceptable if applied to citizens.”