Six days without showering en route to the United States

Oscar Rodriguez discusses his experience immigrating from Mexico to the United States.
Jun 17, 2019

The first day in the United States was a step into the bigger world

21-year-old University of California San Diego student Jae Kim immigrated to the U.S. when he was 14 years old, by himself.
Jun 10, 2019

Romantic comedy unites Black and Asian leaders for #BlackAndGoldOpen

Asian-American-backed movement #GoldOpen expanded into #BlackandGoldOpen to support the new teenage romance film “The Sun is Also a Star."
May 22, 2019

ICE flights move to Yakima after being frozen out of Boeing Field

The development follows recent news that ICE deported 34,000 people through King County's Boeing Field between 2011 and 2018.
May 14, 2019

“HIDDEN IN PLAIN SIGHT: ICE AIR AND THE MACHINERY OF MASS DEPORTATION” REPORT RELEASE AND PANEL DISCUSSION

The machinery of mass deportation, through which millions are separated from their families and communities, is hidden in plain sight. Each year, Immigration and Customs Enforcement removes tens of thousands of people from the US on private charter flights operated out of airports across the country, including Boeing Field in King County. Reports have surfaced […]
Apr 17, 2019

ICE deported 34,000 through Boeing Field

A study found that between 2011 and 2018, about 360 people per month were on deportation flights that went through Boeing Field, a county-owned airport.
Apr 24, 2019

UW study: Anti-immigrant political discourse can hurt immigrant health

A University of Washington professor found that anti-immigrant political rhetoric and cultural division can lead to health issues for immigrants.
Apr 10, 2019

Motel 6 to pay $12M settlement for giving guest lists to immigration

At least nine Washington state residents were deported over two years, after disclosure to Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents, the Washington State Attorney General's Office reported.
Apr 4, 2019

Man facing deportation takes sanctuary at St. Mark’s Cathedral

37-year-old business owner and dance instructor Jaime Rubio Sulficio will be taking sanctuary at St. Mark's after being faced with deportation.
Apr 3, 2019

Interactive drama “The Detention Lottery” sheds light on immigration court

The play, written and produced by Seattle-area immigration attorneys, gives audiences a look into the immigration courtroom.
Mar 27, 2019

Will Washington state sue Trump over his border wall emergency declaration?

More than a dozen states have filed suit challenging Trump's declaration of a national emergency that would enable him to redirect billions of dollars from military programs to his border wall.
Feb 25, 2019

Comedian’s border patrol run-in on Spokane bus raises enforcement questions

Comedian Mohanad Elshieky was pulled off a Greyhound bus last week by U.S. Customs and Border Protection in Spokane, about 90 miles away from an international border.
Feb 5, 2019

Refugees discuss employment challenges with Attorney General

Many refugees bring extensive knowledge and work experience, but still find it challenging to get higher than entry-level jobs when they settle in the U.S.
Jan 30, 2019

Census citizenship question blocked in federal court

Washington state had joined the lawsuit seeking to bar the citizenship question.
Jan 16, 2019

“Voluntary colonialism” is the West’s anti-immigration strategy

Opinion: Is colonialism ever voluntary? Western countries propose “voluntary colonialism” amid anti-immigrant sentiment.
Jan 8, 2019

Scenes from the border crossing in Tijuana

U.S. border agents deployed tear gas against migrants attempting to cross the border in Tijuana at El Chaparrel border crossing. Photographer Bruno Gallardo witnessed it all with his camera.
Nov 30, 2018

Changing names is just one cost of immigrant life in the U.S.

Many choose to adopt American names to fit in, but immigrants often feel further pressure to change their entire lifestyles: what they eat, how they dress and how they speak.
Nov 20, 2018

Trump’s Birthright Citizenship threat brings up lies from history

President Donald Trump's threat to end Birthright Citizenship wouldn't be the first time that the U.S. has betrayed its promises to immigrants.
Nov 5, 2018

Maru Mora-Villalpando in her own words

Maru Mora-Villalpando, the 2018 Globalist of the Year, talks about her life and her advocacy in her own words.
Oct 22, 2018

Deadline to comment on Trump “public charge” proposal set

Local service providers said there has been a drop in immigrants accessing public services, as some fear how the change to "public charge" rules would affect their residency status.
Oct 11, 2018