"By all appearances, ICE's decision reflects an effort by the federal government to force universities to reopen in-person classes," Harvard wrote in a press release. "The effect — and perhaps even the goal — is to create as much chaos for universities and international students as possible."
The calls were so voluminous that on the first day the funds were available, the lines crashed at Catholic Charities, prompting the phone provider to ask: Are you under attack?
Brooks Jarosz reports.
The high court’s 7-2 ruling applies to people who are picked up at or near the border and who fail their initial asylum screenings, making them eligible for quick deportation, or expedited removal.
The administration cast the effort as a way to free up jobs in an economy reeling from the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump tweeted Friday morning that will renew his effort to end legal protections for young immigrants after Supreme Court blocked first try.
The U.S. Supreme Court has been portrayed as not just a legal battleground, but a political battleground as well.
DACA offers legal protections for those brought to the country, without documentation, as children. For many, this ruling means a chance to get back to work or school.
The justices rejected administration arguments that the 8-year-old Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program is illegal and that courts have no role to play in reviewing the decision to end DACA.
The justices’ order leaves in place lower court rulings that upheld the law. Justices Samuel Alito and Clarence Thomas voted to hear the administration’s appeal.
A Chinese medical scientist who spent a year on a fellowship atthe University of California at San Francisco has been arrested and charged with visa fraud, federal prosecutors announced.
For many domestic workers, who earn about $12 an hour on average, the decision to work during the coronavirus pandemic often isn’t much of a decision at all. Either they must keep working, or face untenable financial and housing conditions.
The program will provide temporary free hotel rooms to San Francisco essential workers living with others in neighborhoods with higher COVID-19 rates.
Immigrants up and down California say they've been unable to apply for a $75-million relief fund recently created by Gov. Newsom to help them.
ICE notified the South Korean consulate and requested that they notify Ahn’s next of kin.
The total of $125 million is to be shared among 150,000 people in a state where there are an estimated 3 million undocumented immigrants.
Mayor London Breed said that Dorsey's donation more than doubles the total contributions to Give2SF and brings the total funding to $26.3 million.
"I'm very happy that I found work," Jose said in Spanish through a translator. "I now have money to send to my family. This is very important."
A coalition of attorneys that included the San Francisco public defender’s office and the ACLU filed a lawsuit in April calling on ICE to release inmates from Mesa Verde and Yuba County Jail.
Since March 1, 400 detainees - about 1.2% of the total - have been released, according to ICE's national numbers.