- Hundreds of Immigrant Children Have Been Taken From . . .
But new data reviewed by The New York Times shows that more than 700 children have been taken from adults claiming to be their parents since October, including more than 100 children under the age of 4
- U. S. Army kills contracts for hundreds of immigrant . . .
U S Army recruiters have abruptly canceled enlistment contracts for hundreds of foreign-born military recruits since last week, upending their lives and potentially exposing many to deportation, according to several affected recruits and former military officials familiar with their situation
- Hundreds rally in Salem to support immigrant workers . . .
Hundreds of people rallied in Salem Tuesday to support immigrant workers’ rights, including Gov Kate Brown Attendees said they hope the peaceful gathering helps fight exploitation of undocumented workers and bring awareness to the issue Pedro Lopez, a demonstrator at the rally, said he came to
- Trump, HHS respond to #WhereAreTheChildren tweets and . . .
Reports of federal authorities losing track of nearly 1,500 immigrant children in their custody Scathing criticism over children being taken from their migrant parents at the border Proposed rallies In the recent days, outrage about treatment of children taken into U S custody at the Southwest
- The Number of Immigrant Children Separated from Parents at . . .
Homeland Security and immigration officials have been separating hundreds and hundreds of immigrant children from their parents at the U S border, and authorities appear to have been consistently misleading the public about it
- Opinion | The Cruel Ploy of Taking Immigrant Kids From . . .
The Department of Homeland Security may soon formalize the abhorrent practice of detaining the children of asylum-seekers separately from their parents Immigrant families apprehended at the southwest border already endure a deeply flawed system in which they can be detained indefinitely In this
- Norway accused of unfairly taking away immigrant children . . .
She pleaded to know why — but she said nobody would give her a straight answer Pettersen, who moved to Norway in 2008 after marrying a Norwegian, is one of hundreds of immigrant parents whose children were taken away by Norway's Child Protection Service, or Barnevernet, ostensibly to protect them
- ACLU Report: Detained Immigrant Children Subjected To . . .
Immigrant children in the custody of U S border authorities allegedly suffered pervasive abuse ranging from insults and threats to physical assaults, according to documents reviewed by the American Civil Liberties Union A report released this week by the ACLU is based on more than 30,000 pages of