Amid record numbers of apprehensions, President Donald Trump threatened to close the southern border in a tweet for the third time since Thanksgiving.
On March 19, the U.S. Supreme Court endorsed the government’s authority to detain immigrants awaiting deportation after they have completed prison terms.
The Pentagon released a list of military construction projects, which could be delayed or have funds diverted to fund the southern border fence.
New law enforcement data indicates that not only has cocaine not disappeared, but it might be poised to make a U.S. resurgence.
In an abrupt change, CBP has announced it will start releasing some migrant families from its detention facilities in Texas due to overcrowded conditions.
The northbound migration of illegal immigrants has changed so much that apprehension numbers might overwhelm existing Border Patrol resources.
The Trump administration is seeking to close nearly two dozen global USCIS offices, but critics say the closures will further delay refugee processing.
President Trump made a statement which seemingly unraveled the entire legal foundation for several of his administration’s immigration and asylum policies.
DHS upended the existing process for requesting asylum in the U.S. by rolling out the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP) also known as "Remain in Mexico."
President Donald Trump has renewed his fight for border wall funding as the White House submitted its 2020 budget proposal to Congress on March 11.