United States Citizenship and Immigration Services said it was reviewing a scaled back “deferred action” program to allow some migrants facing medical crises to stay in the country.
Miriam JordanNEW! Trump administration reverses decision to force people with medical crises to leave the country or face deportation, after our reporting spotlighted Isabel Bueno, who would die if returned to Guatemala. Read about it here
Without notice, the Trump administration eliminated a program that had allowed immigrants to avoid deportation while undergoing lifesaving medical treatment.
Miriam JordanNEW: Immigrants receiving life-saving medical care could be deported under Trump policy shift. Meet Maria Isabel Bueso, 24, whose participation in a medical trial has extended the life of many Americans with her rare disease. She was just told to leave.
A landmark consent decree in 1997 set conditions for detention of migrant children. Now the Trump administration is preparing its own standards.
Miriam JordanNEW: FLORES UNDER THREAT: What will happen to the migrant children? Trump Administration is on the verge of issuing its own regulations to replace the landmark Flores Agreement, which has protected migrant kids for 22 years. Read all about the case here