Donald Trump's planned immigration policy focuses on retaining merit; Indians on edge as family-centric selection may drop sharply
According to Forbes, some 4 million family and work-related green card applicants will have to reapply, even if they have been waiting for years and Indians are among the highest number in this category.
First 'Dreamer' to win Rhodes scholarship, South Korean Harvard graduate Jin Park fears he may not be able to return to US
Jin Park, 22-year-old, who lives in New York City, risks not being allowed back in the country if he enrolls at the University of Oxford in England in the fall
President Donald Trump declared as “dead” on Monday a program that protects immigrants brought to the United States illegally as children and pressed Congress to pass legislation to secure the US border with Mexico
The US Senate on Friday rejected a slew of immigration reform proposals,leaving hundreds of thousands of Dreamers in limbo
US Congress gridlock deepens as Democrats, Republicans fail to strike deals on immigration, federal spending
Bitterly divided US lawmakers return this week to face a shrinking window for reaching deals on immigration, federal spending and the debt
Donald Trump says he is prepared to back deal providing path to citizenship for 'Dreamers' in 10-12 years
Donald Trump said on Wednesday he was prepared to back a deal that would provide a pathway to citizenship to America's so-called "Dreamer" immigrants over a period of 10 to 12 years.
Donald Trump says he is open to citizenship for 'dreamers' only if Democrats support wall across Mexico border
Donald Trump on Thursday said he was open to a path to citizenship for some younger undocumented immigrants as part of his negotiations with Democrats
US president Donald Trump said on Monday that the DACA program that protects immigrants who were brought to the US illegally as children is "probably dead".
Donald Trump says he is 'the least racist person you would ever interview', denies making 'shithole countries' remark
Donald Trump insisted that he was "not a racist," after his reported denunciation of immigration from "shithole" countries triggered a global criticism.
Facing strong condemnation at home and abroad, US president Donald Trump on Friday denied using the word “sh**hole” to describe Haiti and African countries
Governments that crack down on migrants are only harming themselves, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned on Thursday ahead of UN talks on a global response to migration boycotted by the United States.
A federal judge on Tuesday night temporarily blocked the Trump administration's decision to end a programme protecting young immigrants from deportation.
President Donald Trump urged Congress on Tuesday to reach a compromise on the fate of millions of undocumented migrants who came to the US as children, but did not give ground to Democrats over his plans for a border wall.
External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj took up the issues of H1B visas and the rights of illegal immigrant children when she met with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson
15 states, District of Columbia sue Donald Trump administration over ending DACA: 'President's plan cruel, shortsighted'
Fifteen states and the District of Columbia sued the US government to block President Donald Trump's plan to end protection against deportation for young immigrants who New York's attorney general labeled the "best of America."
Technology companies and executives of other industries criticized the Trump administration for its plan to undo the DACA immigrant protections program for hundreds of thousands of young immigrants and called on Congress to help them.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg called the decision to end DACA as 'not just wrong, but particularly cruel to young people'.
Donald Trump to announce decision sealing fate of young immigrants who illegally entered the US as children
President Donald Trump says he'll be announcing a decision in the coming days on the fate of hundreds of thousands of young immigrants who were brought into the country illegally as children.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith have criticised the presidential stance on the Barack Obama established DACA programme.
The CEOs of dozens of big-name US firmspressed President Donald Trump to keep an amnesty for people brought to the United States illegally as children.