Donald Trump said in 2012 that he was not in favor of deporting illegal immigrants, a sharp contrast to his current immigration stance that has become a hallmark of his presidential bid.
The Obama administration has confirmed a large surge of illegal immigrants along America’s southern border less than a month before the presidential election that has thrust the issue onto the national stage.
The Obama administration is quietly postponing thousands of deportation orders for immigrants who are in the United States illegally.
The Supreme Court declined on Monday to rehear a case to restore President Obama’s executive actions on immigration that would spare millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.
The United States mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 people who were previously ordered to be deported or removed from the country, according to a Department of Homeland Security audit released Monday.
Key Latino surrogates for Donald Trump have withdrawn their support for the Republican nominee after his hardline immigration speech Wednesday, during which he restated his call for a deportation task force.