ICE called a man who lost his wallet, then arrested him when he came to get it, family says
Flavio Musmanno is married to a U.S. citizen.
ICE just made one of its biggest workplace raids ever on an Ohio gardening business
"If I don't see you guys anymore, I love you guys. Please take care of my kids," one man texted as he was arrested.
Immigrants Make American Wine Great
With the recent uptick in immigration raids, many people in the wine industry have begun fearing for their workers' safety, and the labor shortage that such raids could cause.
Immigration Raids Are Targeting People with Valid Asylum Claims, According to a New Report
A new report from a coalition of immigration lawyers claims that many of the families picked up in immigration raids have valid asylum cases that have yet to be heard.
Why It's Almost Impossible to Get Asylum in Atlanta
Immigration judges in Atlanta denied 98 percent of asylum petitions last year—almost twice the national average.
US Admits Some Families It Rounded Up for Deportation Could Qualify for Asylum
Some Central American families that were detained last week had already been loaded onto planes to be deported when they received a last-minute reprieve.