US Northern Border Illegal Crossings Rise; Many Are MexicansA 295-mile stretch across northern New York, Vermont and New Hampshire had more than half the northern border arrests last year.
'Foolish Policy': Mayor Walsh Slams President Trump's Immigration Ban Amid Coronavirus PandemicWalsh said Boston will stand behind its immigrant population.
Attorney: Suspending Immigration Could Hurt Health Care WorkersLawyers say President Trump's executive order on immigration could actually hurt the economy.
Peter Pan To Continue Allowing Immigration Checks On BusesThe Springfield-based company said the checks could help stem human trafficking.
Court Sides With Trump In 'Sanctuary Cities' Grant FightThe court ruled against Massachusetts and six other states that sued the president.
2 Arrested In Massachusetts Through New Anti-'Sanctuary' Policy CampaignTwo men — one from Cape Verde and another from Colombia — who had been released by state court officials while their criminal cases are pending were arrested.
As Trump Targets Sanctuary Cities Like Boston, Local Leaders Say They Are Committed To ImmigrantsIn light of President Donald Trump's decision to send Border Patrol agents to "sanctuary" cities around the country, Democratic leaders campaigning across the Massachusetts are speaking out.
Lawmakers Hold Hearing On Bill That Would Make Massachusetts A 'Sanctuary State'The Safe Communities Act is meant to limit interaction between local law enforcement agencies and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Boston Approves New Limits On Police In Immigration MattersThe City Council approved amendments to Boston’s Trust Act, which limits the role city officials play in enforcing the nation’s immigration laws.
Massachusetts Lawmakers Urge Withdrawal Of Rule Denying Green Cards To Poor ImmigrantsThe administration says it wants to ensure immigrants gaining legal status are self-sufficient.
Boston Police Sergeant Removed As ICE LiaisonBoston's mayor says the city is taking another look at how police interact with federal immigration officials amid questions over whether the department has violated the Trust Act, a city regulation meant to prevent police involvement in civil immigration cases.