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US Border Patrol agents are seen during a tour of US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) temporary holding facilities in El Paso.

An immigration officer processed deportations for 20 years. Now he fears his own, after his Mexican birth certificate was unearthed.

In a twist of fate, a 20-year veteran of Customs and Border Protection was presented with his own Mexican birth certificate and fears deportation.

Trump’s acting immigration chief introduced legislation as a state senator that would have allowed companies to fire employees who didn’t ...

He's now Trump's acting immigration chief, but Ken Cuccinelli has a long history as an anti-immigration hardliner.
Children wave American flags and hold their certificates of citizenship after becoming U.S. citizens during a citizenship ceremony at The Bronx Zoo on May 5, 2017.

Skilled, foreign workers are giving up on their American dreams — and turning to Canada

Tens of thousands of foreign workers are rushing to file their H-1B visa applications by April 1. Many will be rejected, and some will turn to Canada.
Leo Wang, 32, arrives at the airport for his flight home to China on February 18, 2019, after his H-1B visa petition was denied.

Trump said he wanted more ‘highly skilled’ immigrants to come to the US. But skilled, educated foreign workers are leaving the US dejected...

Leo Wang grew up thinking America was the place to achieve his dreams. After an agonizing process applying for an H-1B visa, he had to leave the US.
A person holds an American flag as they participate in a ceremony to become an American citizen during a U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services naturalization ceremony at the Miami Field Office on August 17, 2018 in Miami, Florida.

Dozens of doctors tasked by the US government with screening immigrants have histories of abuse or crime — one doctor even tried to have a patie...

Thousands of doctors across the US are charged with screening immigrants who have applied for green cards. But dozens of those doctors have troubling backgrounds including serious criminal convictions or histories of patient abuse, according to a federal watchdog's report.
Homeland Security chief on Thursday questioned whether Russia interfered in the US presidential election to help President Donald Trump win, contradicting the assessment of the US intelligence community.

Tim Cook, Jamie Dimon, and dozens of other CEOs are warning the Trump administration that its immigration policies are inflicting ‘substantial h...

Dozens of prominent CEOs have sent a letter to Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen denouncing several recent changes to immigration policies that they say have stoked fear among their employees and could ultimately harm US businesses.
DACA supporters demonstration at the White House in Washington

Trump administration resumes accepting DACA renewal applications under court order

The federal government is now accepting applications to renew permits under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.