TULSA — Kasey Hughart grew up in the suburbs here not knowing a thing about immigration until she passed out scholarship information to fellow Hispanic students at Tulsa Community College. Right: Tracey Medina looks up the phone numbers to law … Continue reading
In the desert of hostility many immigrants struggle through every day, the last three weeks have been a refreshing oasis of good news. Last Sunday night, after nearly one year deprived of freedom by immigration authorities, the U.S. Immigration and … Continue reading
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — An illegal immigrant says an Obama administration change to U.S. immigration policy means there are no grounds to deny him a Florida law license. President Barack Obama announced last month that illegal immigrants no older than 30 … Continue reading
LAS VEGAS – Nevada is one of five so-called “election battleground” states, where a new poll shows that recent events are pushing the Latino vote further into the Democratic fold. Associate professor David Damore specializes in campaigns and elections at … Continue reading
The U.S. Supreme Court this week essentially placed the prime responsibility for dealing with illegal immigration where it firmly belongs – with the federal government.
More exciting news on naturalization! WASHINGTON, DC – On July 4, President Obama will deliver remarks at a naturalization ceremony for active duty service members in the East Room.
Romney last week told a private group of potential supporters and business and media elites, including Rupert Murdoch, that he was treading carefully around the issue of immigration to avoid looking like a “flip-flopper.”
A prominent Hispanic Republican and Miami power broker accused Mitt Romney of lacking leadership and compassion in his approach to immigration in an interview with BuzzFeed this week, and warned that elements of the Miami party machinery won’t engage … Continue reading
(CBS News) Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida told CBS News Correspondent Peter King in an interview Monday that he believes the Democrats are more interested in using the immigration debate for political gain than they are finding a solution.
SEATTLE (AP) — Immigrant activists scored a major victory when President Barack Obama halted deportations of many illegal immigrants brought to the United States as children, but they now worry that young people hopeful about their futures could be deceived … Continue reading