As the coronavirus first spread throughout the Texas's ICE facilities, migrants grew increasingly desperate for release.
Asylum seekers subject to Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” policy wait in fear and boredom at a gritty tent encampment.
In a rare court hearing, detainees describe severe overcrowding, no access to legal assistance, and inadequate medical care in the hieleras.
A project by local activists has many drivers raising their heads.
At a hearing on Friday, the El Paso doctor said force-feeding was considered medically unethical, but that ICE's rules required her to do it.
Days after he was supposed to be in a children’s shelter, Carlos Gregorio Hernandez Vasquez died of the flu near the toilet in his Border Patrol holding cell.
Four Indian men have refused to eat since July 8 in hopes of being released on bonds while awaiting deportation hearings.
“We’re definitely seeing a race to the bottom in terms of the dehumanization of immigrants,” the lawyer said.
The acting Border Patrol chief steps down as migrant children go without soap or toothpaste and bodies are found along the Rio Grande.
Immigration officials have resumed the much-criticized practice of keeping people outdoors for weeks to relieve dangerous overcrowding.
Recent headlines find detained migrants stripped of English classes, recreation, and vital medicine.
A new exhibit at UT-El Paso displays works by young people held last year at the immigration detention center.
In their first interview with the press, the two Indian nationals say the force-feeding process was dehumanizing and painful.
The overnight move comes as ACLU files complaints alleging human rights violations.
Commissioner describes a humanitarian and national security crisis while in El Paso.
Eleven asylum seekers detained by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement El Paso field office have gone on hunger strikes to protest their lengthy detention and what they view as inhumane treatment. Several who have been on a hunger strike for more than a month are being force-fed by ICE. The
Even as the Tornillo tent city shuts down, the Trump administration’s policies will call for more centers like it.
Many Spanish-speaking parents said they did not understand the English documents they were signing.
Rio Grande Valley attorney Jennifer Harbury explains the nightmares facing immigrants today, whether they gain entry or are turned away.