How the logic of immigration control erodes civil liberties and legitimates unjustified domestic policing and surveillance.
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The executive branch has not just the authority to draw lines that set immigration enforcement priorities in order to advance homeland security objectives—it has the duty to do so.
ICE released a new policy related to gathering information from or about journalists. What does it say? And what are the merits of the policy?
Louisiana v. CDC marked a notable setback for Biden’s efforts to roll back Trump-era immigration policies and stop authorizing U.S. border expulsions on public health grounds.
Late last year, the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed a sweeping injunction against President Biden’s termination of the Migration Protection Protocols by grossly distorting statutory provisions enacted in 1996.
Reducing the drivers of unauthorized migration demands confronting an entrenched, rapacious elite with coercive diplomatic tools, while supporting local anti-corruption champions.
Belarus is currently using migrant issues as “lawfare” in its hybrid operations against Western European neighbors.
As immigration cases continue to surge and President Biden seeks to craft an immigration policy, the standard of proof at bond hearings will remain a consequential issue.
The courts failed to accord deference to executive decisions about foreign affairs and resource allocation in immigration enforcement. The Biden administration’s best move might be to develop a more comprehensive explanation for ending the Migrant Protection Protocols.
The ruling will not immediately affect current DACA recipients, but it will bar approval of new applications.