New protections will ensure that the DMV will no longer store copies of birth certificates, passports or other personal documents presented when Vermonters apply for driver’s licenses.
Migrant Justice says a deputy sheriff violated his agency’s fair and impartial policing policy by calling border patrol during a Nov. 22 stop.
Migrant Justice is taking on a punitive system that suggests the real goal of enforcement is to maintain a population of frightened and vulnerable workers to satisfy the economic needs of businesses.
Sen. Bernie Sanders’ immigration policy plan promises swift reversal of President Donald Trump’s actions on immigration.
Vermont’s senator defends ICE and CBP in general, and specifically ICE’s data facility in Williston.
Police arrested 26 at a protest against recent Border Patrol sweeps in the Upper Valley.
Seventeen of those individuals were arrested and turned over to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for removal proceedings, and one is being held by the U.S. Marshals Service pending prosecution.
There have been 35 instances of Patriot Front propaganda reported in Vermont this year, up from five last year, according to the Anti-Defamation League.
An estimated 750 demonstrators marched on a Department of Homeland Security office building, calling for an end to immigration raids, closure of migrant detention facilities, and the reunification of families separated at the border.
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Michael McCleese, 60, of Worcester and Constance Lesold, 84, of Buffalo, New York, were found guilty of causing a public inconvenience or annoyance by blocking traffic.
Their attorney has filed a motion asking that the decision — connected to a July ICE protest in Williston — be referred to the Vermont Supreme Court.
Cruz Alberto Sanchez-Perez, known as Beto, says he fears for his well-being if he is returned to Mexico.
Nine adults are facing disorderly conduct charges connected with a July sit-down outside the federal agency’s tip center in Williston.