SALEM — About 500 people gathered at the Capitol on Thursday fro the annual May Day rally and march support of driver cards, comprehensive immigration reform, civil rights, same-sex marriage and workers rights.
When immigration activists take to the streets Thursday for a series of May Day marches in downtown Los Angeles, their message will be largely directed at President Obama.
Giancarla Rojas is not an American citizen, but she has an American dream. The Falls Church resident, whose parents brought her here illegally from Bolivia as a child, has worked doggedly to become the first in her family to attend … Continue reading
With the debate over broad immigration reform inevitably moving into 2014 and advocates regrouping for the next congressional session, Vice President Joe Biden will participate in a live Internet discussion on immigration this afternoon.
When I was recently offered a small piece of bread on the 22nd day of fasting — forced to end my part in the “Fast For Families” due to medical advice — I felt disappointed that my body could not … Continue reading
With comprehensive immigration reform legislation stalled in Congress, many advocates are turning to a little-known option for keeping undocumented workers in the United States legally.
Arizona has long been a key player in the immigration debate. As Congress gets set to adjourn for the year without having passedimmigration reform legislation, its actions on the issue in 2014 will be heavily affected by some of the stories coming … Continue reading
Facing intense pressure from immigrant advocates who want the president to do more to limit deportations, the Obama administration has quietly issued a directive to help undocumented immigrants who are closely related to military personnel stay in the country.
Erika Andiola, the high-profile immigrant “dreamer” from Mesa who this year served as U.S. Rep. Kyrsten Sinema’s district outreach director, has given up her congressional staff job so that she can focus on stopping the possible deportation of her mother.
President Barack Obama wasn’t happy when a heckler interrupted his immigration speech in San Francisco last month.