Stories tagged: "ICE"


An ICE detention-center nurse this week alleged misconduct over women being given hysterectomies against their will. Her complaint extends the list of alleged abuses that have occurred inside of immigrant detention centers around the country. (AP Photo/Eric Gay, File)
Hysterectomies and Denied Dialysis: An Immigration Lawyer Explains How Atrocities Can Happen in Immigrant Detention Centers

COURIER spoke with an immigration lawyer familiar with the neglect that allegedly took place at LaSalle Corrections’ private immigrant detention centers. She claims hysterectomies are only the part of the story.

Photo courtesy the Center for International Education at NAU.
ICE Removes In-Person Class Requirement for Foreign Students

Three of Arizona’s public universities joined lawsuits against a new rule that would have put thousands of international student’s visas in jeopardy.

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‘No Logic to This:’ Michael Crow Speaks Out Against New ICE Policy

The policy requires foreign students to take in-person classes in order to retain their visa, forcing some students to choose between health and education.

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While DACA Survives SCOTUS, One Recipient Was Just Threatened With Deportation

Although no charges were filed against her, Máxima Guerrero's arrest last month nearly landed her in an immigration detention center.

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From Undocumented To Unafraid, This Woman Used Her Past To Fuel Her Future.

Her path to becoming an immigration attorney began in childhood, with a journey across the Chihuahua Desert into the United States.