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A US Army soldier was killed in Afghanistan, and then ICE reportedly deported her husband to Mexico, leaving their 12-year-old daughter behind in Ariz...
Jose Carranza's wife was killed by an IED in Afghanistan. ICE officials brought him back to the US on Monday, April 15.
Zoltan Tamas, 38, immigrated to the United States legally in 2011, after winning the highly coveted diversity visa lottery. He was arrested last June.
Joe Giudice, the husband of "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star Teresa Giudice may soon be deported back to Italy.
21 Savage said he wasn’t offended by the brutal memes mocking him for being British, and he even thought some of them were funny
The rapper 21 Savage was arrested by ICE on February 3, amid allegations that he has been living in the US illegally since his visa expired in 2006.
Rapper 21 Savage was just released from ICE custody. Here’s what could happen now that the US is trying to deport him.
The rapper 21 Savage was released from immigration detention on Wednesday, 10 days after he was arrested and placed in deportation proceedings.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore a pin with a picture of the 7-year-old Guatemalan girl who died in US custody to the State of the Union
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez wore a pin with a picture of Jakelin Caal Maquin, the Guatemalan girl who died in US custody, to the State of the Union.
The fake university was part of an operation to identify foreign students who were willing to participate in an illegal scheme to stay in the country.
ICE wrongly flagged an American citizen to be deported, so a Florida sheriff’s department detained him for weeks. Now he’s suing.
An American man was wrongly flagged for deportation by ICE — and a local sheriff's department held him for weeks because of it.
Denmark wants to isolate its ‘unwanted’ migrants on a remote island that once housed contagious animals
The Danish government announced it intends to decontaminate the island of Lindholm in 2019 and have it to house up to 125 migrants by the end of 2021.
Dutch church holds an 800-hour service to protect an immigrant family because they can’t be deported during a religious ceremony
Dutch law forbids police from entering churches during worship. The service has been going on around the clock since October 26.