Immigration

In this Feb. 24, 2015, file photo, members of the National Guard patrol along the Rio Grande at the Texas-Mexico border in Rio Grande City, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)
Trump is proposing an unprecedented militarization of immigration enforcement as far north as Portland, Oregon, and as far east as New Orleans, Louisiana.
Family members embrace in El Paso, Texas, during a massive reunion called "Abrazos, No Muros" (Hugs, Not Walls) on Jan. 28. (CNS photo/David Maung)
Jim McDermott February 16, 2017
“My husband is a U.S. citizen and has done wonderful things in this country. I am a liability to my husband, and it is very hard to handle.”
(CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)
Jim McDermott February 16, 2017
“They are here because they care about their families," Archbishop Jose Gomez told America. "They really want to be good citizens."
(CNS photo/Nancy Wiechec)
Sean Carroll, S.J. February 15, 2017
For me, the teachings of the Catholic Church are as clear as God’s commands to the people of Israel in Hebrew Scriptures: We are called to welcome widows, orphans, the poor and migrants.
Migrants stand in front of a barrier at the border with Hungary near the village of Horgos, Serbia, on Sept. 16, 2015. (Photo courtesy of Reuters/Marko Djurica)
Even as Europeans vastly overestimate the actual Muslim populations of their countries, majorities across Europe are deeply concerned about Muslim immigration and support an immediate end to it.
President Donald Trump speaks to troops at the U.S. Central Command and U.S. Special Operations Command at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla.,Monday, Feb. 6, 2017. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)
Tim Padgett February 14, 2017
“It was remarkable to see a mayor of one of the largest and most diverse and vibrant immigrant communities in the nation be the first to capitulate” to Mr. Trump’s threat.