he bill released Sunday proposed big changes to border and immigration functions — including a new mechanism to allow border officers to turn away migrants and asylum seekers if the number of arrivals gets too high.
Attorney General Kris Mayes is among a group of attorneys general who filed an amicus brief in support of DACA recipients and "Dreamers." The document was filed with the appeals court getting ready to hear the latest case against the Obama-era program.
A nonprofit that started off providing relief for Native families during the pandemic is now helping Navajo and Hopi families repair their homes. From KJZZ’s Fronteras Desk in Flagstaff, Michel Marizco reports.
One of Indian Country’s longtime destinations for beadwork supplies and accessories in Phoenix has closed after more than five decades on the last Saturday in January, but a former Diné employee has opened up her own bead-driven business to meet the demand from her urban Native community.
Independent U.S. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema is part of a coalition of lawmakers working on an immigration bill that will change how asylum seekers enter the country. It would end the policy of catching and releasing migrants and establish a new standard for lawful entry.
Citizenship and Immigration Services — or USCIS — is raising the cost of some visa application. Unlike other federal agencies, USCIS is funded almost entirely by the fees it charges for various immigration processes.
Some GOP lawmakers in Arizona are throwing their support behind Texas — where state and federal agencies are engulfed in a legal dispute over concertina wire placed along parts of the international border with Mexico.
In a statement released by the White House on Friday, President Joe Biden said the bill being discussed now would include a new presidential authority to "shut down the border when it becomes overwhelmed." How that would work in practice is still not clear.