The New Yorker
In America, Naturalized Citizens No Longer Have an Assumption of Permanence
The New Yorker
I decided to append a letter to my citizenship application, informing the Immigration and Naturalization Service that I was homosexual but that I disagreed with the exclusion and would be willing to discuss the matter in court. I was young, ambitious ...
Applicant for naturalization can't answer questions about estranged and uncooperative wife
Angered by family separations at the border, advocacy groups plan White House protest June 30
A National Park Service spokesman said the agency received an application Monday to use Lafayette Park for a “free speech demonstration against immigration detention” on June 30. The application, filed by MoveOn.org and local activist group D.C. Action ...
Zero tolerance at the border is not 'conservative'
While consistent application of immigration law is crucial — and has been thwarted by a deadlocked, spineless Congress for decades — the enforcement of zero tolerance policies on border control doubles down on wrong. The Department of Homeland ...
How to Address the Problem of Separating Families at the Border
The Epoch Times
Kirstjen Nielsen Addresses Families Separation at Border: Full Transcript
New York Times
Further, these minors can still apply for asylum under U.S. immigration law, if eligible. We take allegations of mistreatment seriously. And I want to stress this point: We investigate, we hold those accountable when and if it should occur. We have ...
DHS Secretary Nielsen Addresses Backlash to Family Separations at Border