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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement denies accusation
Inadequate medical care plagues immigrants at the facility, but ICE claims otherwise.
Police reports from federally-funded facilities in Renton and Fife call the minors’ safety into question.
Federally-funded facilities struggle to maintain health and safety of minors stuck in limbo
An Iranian American advocacy group voices concern over proposed changes to the immigration system.
The Seattle City Council and Mayor Jenny Durkan have called for a reduction in citizenship application delays.
Future Remains Uncertain for Separated Immigrant Children as the Federal Reunification Deadline Passes
There are still known five youths who remain in federally-funded Seattle-area shelters.
A local non-profit houses several immigrant youths who were separated from their parents at the border. But for how long?
Thousands of Indian women throughout the country could once again be barred from employment.
He allegedly warned an assault victim that he could be deported if he testified against gang members.
A judge approved of Maru Mora Villalpando’s plan to begin the green card process.
As part of 21 Progress’ Rise series, Aneelah Afzali drew parallels between anti-Muslim rhetoric and immigration xenophobia.
Washington’s Attorney General plans to sue the federal government over the “zero tolerance” policy.
While facing deportation, Maru Mora-Villalpando has been denied public ICE documents that could show widespread targeting of immigrant rights organizers.
Photographs and stories from a peaceful edition of the annual March for Immigrant and Workers Rights.
Hundreds gathered in support of Maru Mora-Villalpando outside of Seattle Immigration Court.
King County establishes new commission to support immigrant and refugee communities.
The ACLU-WA filed a lawsuit to uphold Jesus Chavez Flores’s First Amendment rights.
Over 300,000 high-skilled workers are stuck in immigration limbo across the country.
Activists say that Monday’s charges further vindicate their fight against the organization’s tactics.