A man who investigators say was once a member of a violent rebel group in Liberia, known for numerous human rights violations, has been removed from the Twin Cities.
Immigration detainees are speaking out over what they claim are deteriorating conditions inside county jails that put them at risk of COVID-19.
A 19-year-old Guatemala woman, who was 8-months pregnant, died after falling over a section of the border barrier near El Paso.
A federal jury in New Mexico has convicted a Minnesota man accused of impersonating a U.S. Border Patrol agent last year.
The Trump administration can withhold millions of dollars in law enforcement grants to force states to cooperate with U.S. immigration enforcement, a federal appeals court in New York ruled Wednesday in a decision that conflicted with three other federal appeals courts.
Gladys Mbonifor is happiest singing at her church. Thanks to an emergency stay from a judge, she will get to stay in the United States for now.
The Trump administration said Tuesday that it will waive federal contracting laws to speed construction of a wall at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A man facing deportation has had his wish granted, at least temporarily, as immigration officials have allowed him a stay while his son faces a disorder that may require a bone marrow transplant.
It turns out Mexico won't be paying for the wall after all.
Hundreds of Hmong and Lao people living in Minnesota could be at risk of deportation if a new Trump administration proposal goes through.
Local leaders have come to the support of a man facing deportation in St. Paul while his son battles a serious disorder.
Like California's controversial Assembly Bill 5, one of the PRO Act's stated purposes is to end worker misclassification and stop employers from denying workers benefits by doing so. It passed in a 224-194 vote, mostly along party lines.
A 36-year-old Guatemalan woman previously convicted in a deadly school bus crash in Minnesota pleaded guilty Monday to reentering the United States illegally.
The Trump administration announced Friday that it was restricting immigrants from six additional countries that officials said failed to meet minimum security standards.
It's been a long road, but Liberians around the country, including those in Minnesota, are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel.
Border agents in International Falls, Minnesota found a massive batch of fake bills during a train check last month.
The rules printed in the Federal Register on Thursday say applicants will be denied tourist visas if they're determined by consular officers to be traveling to the U.S. primarily to give birth.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officers deported a Salvadoran man Monday who was illegally in country and who killed a St. Paul, Minnesota resident in a car crash last year.
A Twin Cities construction contractor was sentenced Wednesday to 270 days in jail and five years of probation for using undocumented workers on his construction crews and threatening to have them deported unless they followed his orders, including working long hours without overtime pay.
Counties across the country are voting on whether or not to allow refugees to resettle in their communities after an administrative order issued by President Trump.