Augsburg Professor Facing Deportation To Stay In The U.S. For NowThe Augsburg University professor who was facing deportation to Africa will be able to stay in the United States for now.
Professor Will Teach Despite Threats Of DeportationDr. Mzenga Wanyama's asylum status is currently pending.
Student's Trump-Inspired 'Promposal' Stirs ControversyA Wisconsin student's "promposal" is drawing both laughs and criticism after the teen referenced President Trump's policies on illegal immigration in his sign.
Augsburg Professor Told He Has 90 Days To DeportMzenga Wanyama, an English professor at Augsburg College, was told last month to make plans to return to Kenya.
Students, Faculty Rally In Support Of Professor Facing DeportationDozens of students and supporters gathered outside ICE headquarters in Saint Paul on Friday morning, carrying signs and rallying for a beloved professor.
House Bill Targeting Gang Members For Deportation PassesThe White House has endorsed the Criminal Alien Gang Member Removal Act, but it faces uncertain prospects in the Senate.
Guatemala Man Faces Deportation For Running Red Light, Driving Without LicenseA Guatemala man was pulled over for running a red light and arrested after driving without a license due to his immigration status.
Man Questioned By Transit Officer In Viral Video DeportedA man whose interaction with Metro Transit police went viral after an officer asked him about his immigration status is being deported.
Minn. ICE Arrests On Rise Since Trump Took OfficeOfficials from Immigration and Customs Enforcement have arrested 26 people in Minnesota, marking the largest ICE operation in the state since the Trump administration vowed to increase immigration enforcement.
Good Question: How Common Is Deportation?United States immigration agents arrested more than 600 people across several states last week.
Protesters Push To Halt Deportation Of 10 U.S. CitizensIn Minneapolis on Wednesday, protesters gathered outside Sen. Amy Klobuchar’s office voiced their opposition to the deportations. They held signs. Some raised by children read: "Keep my dad home."