Michigan Father Deported After Living in U.S. for 30 Years

Jorge Garcia was brought to the United States from Mexico illegally when he was 10. “We’re trying to be strong, pull ourselves together and tell our story,” his wife said.

Trump Administration Rules That Nearly 200,000 Salvadorans Must Leave, Officials Say

The administration decided that Salvadorans no longer qualified for temporary protection for deportation that had been granted after two devastating earthquakes in 2001.

The Daily: Meeting a Town’s Beloved Resident, Months After Telling His Immigration Story

When federal immigration agents took Juan Carlos Hernandez Pacheco away from his Illinois home, a reporter first turned to neighbors and town officials.

Trump’s Tough Immigration Talk Meets Reality

As ICE arrests have gone up, deportations have gone down. Why? It’s partly because of the complex realities of tough policy in practice.