Highlights From Our ‘Deportees of Tonga’ Launch
Here's what our panel had to say about home, belonging and deportation.
Tongan Deportees On the Struggle To Reinvent In A Place Both Home And Not
Watch VICE New Zealand's latest documentary, 'Deportees of Tonga: Gangsters in Paradise'.
This Artist Exposes the Voices of New Zealanders Trapped in Australian Detention Centres
And now VICE can share these heartbreaking messages for the first time outside the exhibition.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Obama Slams Trump's DACA Decision as 'Cruel' and 'Wrong'
"This is about whether we are a people who kick hopeful young strivers out of America, or whether we treat them the way we’d want our own kids to be treated."
Police Brutality and Deportation Won’t Stop the Deadly MS-13 Gang
We talked to local cops and community activists about Trump's favorite target: a murderous gang comprised partly of immigrants he does not understand.
Michael Edison Hayden
The Lawyers Trying to Get Their Clients Sent to Jail
Public defenders in New York City are actually trying to get immigrant clients sent to Rikers to avoid the feds—and deportation.
Prosecutors Are Quietly Helping Protect Immigrants from Trump
These DAs are trying to avoid slapping immigrants with criminal charges that could eventually get them deported.
Protesters at Stansted Stopped a Charted Flight Deporting 50 People to Nigeria And Ghana
It was the first time activists had managed to stop a whole plane-load of people from being shipped out of the country.
Undocumented Spouses of US Citizens Are Desperately Applying for Green Cards Because of Trump
They're going through a complex, expensive, and sometimes risky process because they're worried about being deported.
The Trump Administration's New Deportation Policy Could Create a Migrant Crisis in Tijuana
By sending migrants back across the southern border, the US will just be worsening conditions in northern Mexico, say immigration advocates.
Families Are Reuniting with Their Deported Loved Ones in the Middle of the Rio Grande
An event called Hugs Not Walls brought together 400 families who had been separated by deportation.
Trump's Massive Crackdown on Immigrants Has Begun
Even people in the US legally aren't necessarily safe from deportation, some lawyers say.