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AZ Gov Brewer Bars Benefits for Undocumented Youth Qualifying Under Obama’s ‘Deferred Action’

On the very day thousands of undocumented youth stood in long lines to apply for a two-year reprieve from deportation, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer denied the state's undocumented immigrants any public benefits. continue reading »

Boat Carrying Undocumented Immigrants from Dominican Republic Sinks, 1 Dead and 8 Are Missing

One person died and six others are missing in the sinking of a boat that was carrying illegal immigrants last week from the eastern Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico, the Listin Diario newspaper said. continue reading »

MALDEF Wants Undocumented Law Student to be Admitted to California Bar, Presents Legal Brief

MALDEF submitted an amicus brief in the matter of In re Sergio C. Garcia on Admission to support undocumented law school graduate Sergio C. Garcia’s application to join the California Bar. continue reading »

Fake UPS Van Found to be Carrying 13 Undocumented Immigrants for Border Delivery

This past Friday afternoon, El Centro Sector CBP U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested a 21-year-old male attempting to smuggle illegal aliens using a cloned United Parcel Service (UPS) van. continue reading »

Colleges Starting to Welcome Undocumented Immigrant Students

Although an extremely small Catholic college in suburban Chicago, Dominican University continues to demonstrate its passion towards social justice by admitting and many times financing undocumented immigrants’ college education. continue reading »

Unique Los Angeles Healthcare Program Provides for Undocumented Restaurant Workers

In a unique cooperative effort by a restaurant workers’ group and a Los Angeles community clinic, healthcare coverage now includes illegal LA workers. continue reading »

14 Year-Old Undocumented Girl Sells Herself for Sex Online to Other Illegal Aliens

A 14-year-old girl confessed to police that she posted photos of herself of Facebook and other online sites in order to solicit clients who wanted sex for money. continue reading »

Border Patrol Capture 14 Undocumented Dominican’s on a Wooden Boat on the Open Seas

Caribbean Border Interagency Group (CBIG) federal law enforcement authorities intercepted a single engine yola type vessel with 14 undocumented citizens of the Dominican Republic. continue reading »

Border Agent that Shot Mexican Teen Faces No Criminal Charges, Being Sued by Family

The lawyer of the family of a 15 year-old Mexican boy killed by a U.S. Border Patrol Agent in 2010 says plans of a law suit are still underway in spite of him not facing criminal charges by U.S. authorities continue reading »

15-Year Old Charged with Murder and Human Smuggling that Left 9 Undocumented Migrants Dead in Crash

Texas authorities filed murder charges Monday against a 15-year-old boy who was at the wheel of a minivan that flipped over and crashed, killing nine undocumented immigrants. continue reading »

Border Patrol Rescue Undocumented Border Crossers in Peril

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Office of Air and Marine (OAM) and El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents worked together to rescue two distressed illegal aliens who had lost their way in the mountains. continue reading »

U.S. Deports Brazilian Barb Wire Killer Living in Massachusetts

A Brazilian national illegally residing in both Somerville and Medford, Mass., who was wanted in his home country for his involvement in a murder, was turned over to Brazilian law enforcement authorities yesterday morning in São Paulo. continue reading »

Arizona Drywall Company Fined $450,000 and Owner Given Probation for Hiring Undocumented Workers

The president of a Sierra Vista drywall company was sentenced Thursday to one year of probation and ordered to pay fines totaling $450,000 following a probe by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) that revealed the business employed illegal aliens. continue reading »

PERSONAL STORY: Fear and Uncertainty for the Undocumented Like Oscar Molina in Alabama

Oscar Molina and his wife are undocumented workers in Montgomery, Alabama, where fear and uncertainty about local laws are causing some immigrants to consider moving to other states or returning to Mexico. continue reading »

Panga That Washed Ashore in El Segundo Was Carrying 15 Deported Criminals

A panga that washed ashore in El Segundo Wednesday reportedly carried 20 undocumented immigrants to U.S. shores. Of the 20 immigrants, more than a dozen of them were criminals who had been deported after being c continue reading »

Amnesty International Blasts U.S. Over Detained Immigrants Treatment

The U.S. government is not meeting its obligations under international law to ensure respect for the rights of immigrants regardless of their legal status, Amnesty International USA says in a report released Wednesday. continue reading »

Precious Star Mo’Nique’s Legal Battles Evokes ‘Illegal Immigrant’ Profiling

Don’t mess with Mo’Nique when she’s pissed and her landlords are learning just that. Now you ask how does a real estate tiff involve a ‘illegal immigrant’. continue reading »

Labor Shortages Lead Businesses to Support Help for Undocumented Workers

In Garden City, a sprawling blue-collar town on the western plains of Kansas, local businesses struggle to find enough workers. At the end of last year, the unemployment rate in the county stood at just 3.9 percent. Western Kansas, known for its meatpacking plants, is also seeing growth in other agricultural areas, not to mention wind power and the oil and gas industries. continue reading »

REPORT:  11.5 Million Undocumented Immigrants Living in U.S, Majority of Mexican Descent

The number of undocumented immigrants in the United States was around 11.5 million in January 2011, compared with the 11.6 million the year before, according to a Department of Homeland Security report published Saturday in the American press. continue reading »

Guilty Pleas for Smugglers Trafficking Mexican Women to Work in Houston Bars

The last person in a 10‐defendant indictment has pleaded guilty for his role in an organization involved in the trafficking of Mexican females for compelled service at Houston area bars and restaurants through force, fraud, and coercion, continue reading »