UW-Madison Campus

UW law students experience zero tolerance border policy first-hand after volunteering at largest family detention center

Being at South Texas Family Residential Center offered insight into immigration system in ways media hadn't covered, panelists said

Features

‘Crimmigration’: How the intermingling criminal justice and immigration systems disproportionately affect Southeast Asians

More than 16,000 refugees of the wars in Southeast Asia now face the risk of deportation despite being documented

State of Wisconsin

UW experts discuss immigration, citizenship in Wisconsin, state economy

Panelists discussed immigrant rights, contributions to economy, race issues in Wisconsin

City of Madison

ICE enforcement surge sheds light on vulnerability of undocumented students

Current political climate, efforts to eliminate DACA have raised concerns for Madison's undocumented community

Column

Discourse around illegal immigration is more nuanced than just its economic impact

Economic growth always supports immigration system, but says nothing about legal protection

Column

Madison’s new African community center vital to success, acclimation of immigrants

African Center for Community Development will provide employment service, financial advice to make adjusting to Madison easier

Column

Vukmir’s debate performance shows her misunderstanding of modern immigration policy

When talking about immigration policy, Vukmir needs to contextualize her personal evidence and compare it to modern times

State of Wisconsin

As ICE conducts enforcement surge in Wisconsin, Madison officials condemn their actions

In four day operation, ICE arrests 83 undocumented individuals across Wisconsin

City of Madison

‘We might not have a voice tomorrow’: Students, activist groups protest ‘zero tolerance’ immigration policy

ISO, other activist groups organized the march, rally

Column

What Paul Nehlen’s campaign tells us about prevalence of bigotry in Wisconsin

Nehlen's political career may not have much of a future in Wisconsin, but frighteningly, his ideologies might