When the man’s car was pulled over by a patrolman in Perry County early Christmas morning, he allegedly told the officer his name was Roberto Jaime Soto Jr. After the man was placed in handcuffs, Sheriff Gary Schaaf was told … Continue reading
This past fiscal year, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement reached its highest amount of companies that were audited for having illegal immigrants on payroll, according to The Associated Press. Though the issue was placed on the back burner during … Continue reading
In the past 20 years, there has been a 200 percent increase in African immigrants to the United States from countries like Nigeria, Ethiopia, Egypt, Ghana and Kenya. According to a study called “New Streams: Black African Migration to the … Continue reading
NOGALES, Arizona – When Dan Bell drives through his 35,000-acre cattle ranch, he speaks of the hurdles that the Border Patrol faces in his rolling green hills of oak and mesquite trees — the hours it takes to drive to … Continue reading
U.S. Chamber of Commerce official Randel Johnson outlines major issues facing immigrants and how to move the discussion forward.
The Obama administration on Friday announced a policy change that — if it works — should lead to smarter enforcement of the immigration laws, with greater effort spent on deporting dangerous felons and less on minor offenders who pose no … Continue reading
A federal judge has ruled that a Chinese man facing deportation should have his conviction overturned because he wasn’t told of the risk of being deported to China when he pleaded guilty to illegally harboring immigrants.
Maryland’s same-sex couples may have won the right to marry on Election Day, but binational couples like Kelly Costello and Fabiola Morales continue to fight to have their unions recognized.
Her husband had always put up the Christmas tree, but this year the 36-year-old wife and mother is on her own in Silver Spring. He offered what guidance he could by cellphone from Honduras, but eventually she gave up on … Continue reading
PHOENIX (CBS5) – A Guatemalan man in custody of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement died on Sunday at a Phoenix hospital from what authorities believe was diabetes complications.