Durbin Says Trump Administration 'Not Prepared' To House Immigrants Detained In ICE RaidsIn two days, Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents could begin conducting raids to arrest and deport thousands of undocumented immigrants across the nation, and U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin said he’s concerned about where people who are detained in the Chicago area will be housed.
Immigrant Groups Preparing For Anticipated ICE Raids; 'You Have Rights'Fear among immigrant communities is mounting, as the Trump administration says deportation raids that were delayed nearly three weeks ago will go forward, and they could start this weekend.
South Shore Business Owners Say Police Should Do More To Stop Gang And Drug ActivityBusiness owners in the South Shore neighborhood say gangs and drugs have taken over the streets outside their shops. They say authorities are not doing enough to crack down on the criminals.
Immigrants In Chicago Fear ICE Deportation Raids After President Trump's Deadline PassesWe don’t know where or when, but President Donald Trump says he plans to move forward with mass deportation roundups “fairly soon,” more than two weeks after postponing a wave of roundups of undocumented families.
ICE Raids Could Begin After Postponement; 'People Are A Little Bit Better Prepared'After a two week postponement, it's possible ICE raids could begin in just hours, based on a series of tweets from President Donald Trump, threatening to deport those staying here illegally.
Teen Group Canvasses Pilsen To Inform Undocumented Immigrants Of Their Rights Ahead Of ICE RaidsNo one knows where or when, but President Donald Trump said he plans to round up thousands of undocumented immigrants, many of whom live in Chicago, for deportation.
Chicago Aldermen Plan To Help Undocumented Immigrants As ICE Raid Grace Period Nears EndThere are growing fears for many in the country who could soon face deportation. In June, President Donald Trump delayed United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement raids to round up undocumented immigrants.
Ald. Byron Sigcho Lopez To Slow Down Approval Process For Pilsen Landmark DistrictThe new alderman of the 25th Ward is vowing to slow down plans for a proposed landmark district in the rapidly gentrifying Pilsen neighborhood, amid concerns among homeowners and business owners who feel the effort is happening behind their backs.
Supreme Court To Rule On Trump Bid To End 'Dreamers' ProgramThe program — Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — protects about 700,000 people, known as dreamers, who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children or came with families that overstayed visas.
Chicago Immigrant Fears Future Raids: 'I'm At Risk To Get Deportation'"I have a work permit and I have to renew every year, but they can deny any year that they want to. Like they can say, we're not gonna renew your work permit any more. So I'm a risk for deportation."
Community Leaders Respond After Planned ICE Raids DelayedIn a tweet, President Trump said he's putting off the ICE raids for two weeks to give the Democrats and Republicans a chance to come to a compromise.
'I'm Afraid': Officials, Residents React To Possible ICE Raids In Chicago"I'm afraid thinking of Sunday...." is the thought one woman had after hearing about potential ICE raids in her neighborhood.
Mayor Lightfoot Says CPD Will Not 'Cooperate With Or Facilitate Any ICE Enforcement Actions'Mayor Lori Lightfoot announced that the Chicago Police Department "will not cooperate with or facilitate any ICE enforcement actions."
Last-Minute Reprieve Spares Pregnant Mother Of Three From DeportationA last-minute reprieve came Thursday for a pregnant woman who was supposed to be deported to her native Mexico.
Pregnant Mother Of Three Seeks Asylum At Faith, Hope and Life Church In Chicago Lawn To Avoid DeportationA Chicago Lawn church will be home for 34-year-old Adilene Marquina and her family for the foreseeable future. If she steps foot outside the church beginning Thursday, the pregnant mother will be deported.