Scholar argues that prioritizing noncitizens convicted of crimes for deportation is unjustified.
Scholars and advocates address regulatory frameworks that govern immigrants without legal status.
In the United States, immigration and administrative barriers hinder a valuable supply of health care workers.
Scholar cautions against the increasing use of biometric testing by immigration authorities.
New York City’s move to allow noncitizens to vote in local elections is not unprecedented.
Scholars document the abuse of noncitizens in airports and airplanes across previous administrations.
Advocates urge U.S. government to create visa system for Hongkongers seeking to escape China’s tightening grip.
After the Supreme Court spares key immigration initiative, Dreamers may face their greatest threat yet.
Restrictions on immigration actually end up harming native-born Americans.
The Supreme Court’s administrative law decisions allow racial animus to motivate policy choices.
Leading scholars address the ways in which racism pervades the modern administrative state and legal profession.
Administrative law principles led the Supreme Court to deliver a victorious but unsatisfying and uncertain conclusion for migrants.