On June 20, President Trump signed the following order to end the administration’s policy of separating families who attempt to enter the country illegally. Under the new policy, the administration will detain parents and children together “where appropriate and consistent with law and available resources.”
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The Trump administration practice of separating families at the border is clearly immoral. It may be illegal as well.
A recent Board of Immigration Appeals case concluded that a woman who was kidnapped and forced into labor for El Salvadoran guerrillas is a material supporter of terrorism and therefore ineligible for asylum.
A former civil servant reflects on reports of Customs and Border Protection agents forcibly removing children from their parents.
On Tuesday, the Department of Homeland Security released the following document detailing the department’s cybersecurity strategy.//-->
Congress tries to reform itself and streamline oversight of the Department of Homeland Security. Maybe this time is the charm.
A summary of the first authorization of DHS by Congress since its inception in 2003.
A summary of Kaspersky Lab’s application for a preliminary injunction against DHS’s designation of its software as an “information security risk.”
The Senate Judiciary Committee is holding an oversight hearing of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) today. Kirstjen Nielsen, the newly-confirmed DHS secretary, will be testifying. You can watch the livestream here:
A summary of Wagafe v. Trump, a Western District of Washington case that may be a bellwether for future litigation of “extreme vetting” legislation.