News related to immigration, immigration reform and illegal immigration in the United States

El Paso mayor addresses resource shortage amid ongoing immigration surge

Mayor Leeser acknowledges resource limitations, opens new shelter, and arranges bus transport for migrants, calling attention to systemic immigration issues.

Pope Francis urges Europe to establish equitable migration policies, criticizes “alarmist propaganda”

The Pope said he disagrees with notions of "invasion" and "emergency," saying migrants seek safety, and are not invaders.

Homeland Security offers nearly 500,000 Venezuelans deportation protection and visas

There are currently roughly 242,700 Venezuelan Temporary Protected Status beneficiaries in the U.S.

EU chief unveils 10-point migrant action plan for Italy’s Lampedusa

The coordinated response is focused on agency support, returns, and anti-smuggling efforts.

US judge rules against Obama-era DACA immigration policy, stops short of ordering deportations

Sec. Mayorkas: "Congress has failed to act, and now Dreamers face an uncertain future, waiting to receive the permanent protection they deserve."

NYC mayor warns migrant women and children may have to sleep in tents as city deals with ‘financial tsunami’

Adams says the migrant crisis will cost the city $12 billion over the next 3 years, orders 5% cuts to all city agencies to balance the budget.

Mayor Eric Adams warns migrant crisis ‘will destroy New York City’

Adams claims the "national crisis" will force the city to "cut every service."

District Judge orders Texas to reposition floating barriers used to curb flow of illegal immigrants

Judge Ezra: "Texas’s conduct irreparably harms the public safety, navigation, and the operations of federal agency officials in and around the Rio Grande."

Operation Lone Star: 3-year old child dies on state-sponsored bus transporting migrants from Texas to Chicago

Gov. Abbott says migrants will continue to be bused to 'sanctuary cities' under state's policy until Pres. Biden 'secures the border.'

Mayor Adams says NYC “past breaking point,” warns migrant crisis could cost $12B over next two years

He claims that Republicans have been blocking immigration reform while stating that migrants "don't want anything from us. They want to work."