Foster Mom Reflects on Six Years Caring for More Than 100 Central American Children
The Unaccompanied Alien Children (UAC) program began in 2003 as part of a recognition by both political parties that when children arrived alone at our border, often in search of safety from circumstances back home, they warranted special protection.
Video: Two Brothers’ Incredible Reunion
Last week we gave you the story of two brothers – Suamhirs and Yordi – separated by unbelievable violence in their home country of Honduras and immigration policies in the U.S.
Brothers, Separated by Violence and Trump Immigration Policy, May Be Reunited Soon
In the age of “zero tolerance,” even the family members of America’s most dedicated citizens aren’t protected. Take the case of a 28-year-old American citizen from Honduras named Suamhirs Piraino-Guzman and his little brother Yordi.
Alone in a California Courtroom: A Call for Legal Representation in Immigration Court
According to an ICE Enforcement and Removal Operations report, in 2015 over 200,000 Mexican and Central American immigrants were deported from the United States by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency.
Congress Grills Administration Officials On Unaccompanied Minors
A day after the president asked Congress for $3.7 billion dollars to deal with the surge of unaccompanied minors crossing the Mexico-U.S. border, a Senate committee criticized the administration for its lack of accountability and weak deportation numbers.