Scholars examine the legal uncertainty facing Afghan nationals granted humanitarian parole.
Scholar argues that the way immigration case appeals are handled may need an overhaul.
Scholars argue that foreign student-athletes must now choose between earning money and keeping their immigration status.
Scholars caution against judging credibility over video calls in immigration hearings.
Scholar argues that prioritizing noncitizens convicted of crimes for deportation is unjustified.
Scholar calls for increased protections for noncitizens within the health care system.
Scholars and advocates address regulatory frameworks that govern immigrants without legal status.
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.
Scholar shows that regulatory bodies use arrests as informational proxies—but that this use has its costs.
Scholars analyze linguistic and cultural barriers asylum-seekers face in the credible fear interview process.
Two scholars argue that immigration adjudication should no longer be afforded Chevron deference.