Marlene Mosqueda’s father was arrested by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement in February.
AP Photo/Nick Ut, File
Three stories show how today's deportations are reminiscent of what immigrants experienced during immigration raids under President Obama.
A glimpse behind bars.
Cropped from krystiano/flickr
The White House is pushing for more private prisons. But do the industry's promised benefits hold up to scrutiny?
Voters shouldn’t have to choose between being Dutch and being Turkish.
A recent spat between Turkey and the Netherlands reveals how Dutch-Turks are badly served by politics.
An Eritrean is searched at Rosenheim in Germany in 2015.
Should the EU be giving money to repressive regimes to stop the flow of migrants?
An unaccompanied minor from Guatemala, in Hamilton, Ohio.
AP Photo/John Minchillo
Many children who cross the U.S. Mexico border illegally remain undetected and must fend for themselves on the other side.
Border Patrol officers detaining immigrants in a field after a few local raids.
U.S. Border Patrol Museum
In 1954, US Border Patrol's Operation Wetback promised to deport millions of undocumented Mexicans. It fell far short of its target, but made a mark in the minds of immigrants who lived in fear.
‘Neither criminals nor illegals’: activists painted the U.S.-Mexico border in protest against US President Donald Trump’s new immigration reform.
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Draconian new US deportation policies are the last straw for Mexico's government, which has endured months of Donald Trump's insults and aggression.
Migrants arrive at the Juan Bosco migrant shelter in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico after being deported.
Trump's orders on deportations and immigration enforcement signal a hard-line approach without consideration for important factors in the lives of migrants.
Men watch the TV news in Baghdad, Iraq, on March 6, 2017.
AP Photo/Hadi Mizban
The revised ban allows entry to citizens of Iraq, but continues to block citizens of six other Muslim majority nations.
What do you do if a border official asks for your phone PIN?
Following reports of travellers to the US being forced to unlock their phones for border officials, here are some steps you can take to prevent your personal data from being exposed.
Protests as the Article 50 bill makes its way through parliament.
The Lords' amendment to the Brexit bill doesn't allay EU citizens' fear for their future.
Asylum-seeking refugees escorted from a train outside Malmö, Sweden in 2015.
Sweden's crime rate is not affected by the immigration rate and the state has introduced stricter asylum laws.
Uncertainty about Trump’s capacity to respond rationally to unexpected crises makes the coming year a dangerous one for America and the world.
The breakdown of established liberal democratic norms has become the theme of Donald Trump’s election to the presidency of the United States. For this reason America and the White House are likely to be…
German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces a tough election year.
When Germany goes to the polls in the second half of 2017, there is a chance that the status quo will prevail. This is a…
Getting asylum seekers into jobs is the number one concern for Sweden.
Sweden is not suffering a crime wave because of immigrants, but there are real obstacles to overcome in getting refugees into employement.
Campaigners challenged Britain’s minimum income requirement for foreign spouses in the courts.
John Stillwell/PA Archive
Families are suffering emotionally and financially because of the minimum income threshold in the UK’s family migration rules.
A Mexican who was recently deported from the U.S. in Tijuana, Mexico.
From Chinese laborers to 'bad hombres,' the US settler mentality has perpetuated an immigration system that pushes out unwanted groups and bypasses the Constitution.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent patrols the U.S. border with Mexico in Nogales, Arizona.
What happens when an undocumented immigrant meets a law enforcement officer? Communication plays a major role in these high-stakes interactions.
The Statue of Liberty has been a welcoming sight for immigrants for decades.
Susan Ragan/AP Photo
Trump's plans to build a wall with Mexico and deport millions of people in the US illegally cast immigrants as an economic threat to Americans. The evidence suggests otherwise.
The struggle to be together.
Supreme Court upholds controversial immigration rules for families introduced in 2012. It means families will have to earn a minimum income to bring over spouses from abroad.