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Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid Meets with Hispanic Teens

The Senior Senator from Nevada, Harry Reid, came to the battle ground where his former senatorial opponent Sharon Angle was declared ‘finished’ – the Rancho High School. continue reading »

Rhode Island Reps Want In-State Tuition for Undocumented Immigrants

Two Rhode Island lawmakers are proposing a bill that would grant in-state tuition to illegal immigrant students if the meet residency requirements. Sen. Juan M. Pichardo and Rep. Grace Diaz, both Democrats from Providence, will be introducing the bill soon. continue reading »

SFA, Oscar de la Renta & Other Fashion Leaders Join in Call for Easier Immigration Visa Requirements

Fashion icons like Oscar de la Renta to fashion retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue are calling on the government to ease visa application process for all international workers. continue reading »

The Benchmark Just Got Lower for Who Can Run for Elected Office, Impossible but True

They said it couldn’t be done, but yes, the benchmark has just been lowered for who can run for office with ‘America’s toughest sheriff’ considering a Senate run in Arizona. continue reading »

Dangerous Creativity: Illegal Border Crossers Use Underwater Scooters to Enter U.S. from Mexico

Border Patrol agents arrested two male Mexican nationals last night in Imperial Beach, Calif., after the two used self-propelled underwater devices to illegally enter the United States by sea. continue reading »

Within 24 Hours Authorities Rescue 31 Cuban Aliens, Intercept Suspicious Vessel and Seize Cocaine

With support of a CBP helicopter, a U. S. Coast Guard Boat Station San Juan 45-foot response boat and the Coast Guard Cutter Matinicus approached the suspect vessel as the passengers onboard the yola proceeded to throw their cargo overboard. continue reading »

Pew: 11.2 Million Unauthorized Immigrants in U.S., No Change from Last Year

As of March 2010, 11.2 million unauthorized immigrants were living in the United States, virtually unchanged from a year earlier, according to new estimates from the Pew Hispanic Center continue reading »

El Salvadoran Executioner and Thug Perdomo Henriquez Captured by ICE

Perdomo Henriquez was a notorious, violent gang leader in El Salvador - wanted for crimes ranging from decapitation and dismemberment to murder and extortion. continue reading »

U.S. Sued for $25Million for Killing Mexican Teen at Border

The parents of Mexican teen Sergio Hernandez Guereca are suing the U.S. government for the death of their 15-year-old son at the heads of U.S. Border patrol agents last June. continue reading »

Mexico Police Allege U.S. Border Patrol Shot Teen as He Was Climbing Border Wall in Arizona

According to Mexican police, the 17-year old Mexican teenager identified as Ramsés Barron who died in a Sonora, Mexico hospital was shot by U.S. Border Patrol. continue reading »

Texas Border Fence Draws Closer to Completion at $748 Million Cost

In Hope Park, Texas, As the final piece of a border fence goes up, many look at it with disgust, and it’s not just immigrant advocates either. The fence at the U.S.-Mexico border was created to keep illegal immigrants out, continue reading »

Sheriff Arpaio Mandatory Christmas Sing-a-Long Announces a Winner (UPDATE)

Jodi Arias, A 30 year old held on a 2,000,000 bond for the murder of her ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, was the winner of the sing-a-long competition. She and her cellmates enjoyed a turkey dinner, christmas cookies, and received stalkings full of goodies, but donated them to charities by suggestion of america's Toughest Sheriff. continue reading »

Hotel Migrante Welcomes Deportees, Struggles to Accommodate Increased Numbers

With U.S. Border Patrol dropping off buses of deportees at the border, and nearly 400,000 people deported last year, one has to wonder, what happens to them? continue reading »

STUDY: Majority of Americans Oppose Automatic Citizenship to Children Born to an Undocumented Parent

Voters are evenly divided over whether young people brought to this country illegally by their parents should be viewed as breaking the law. Making a distinction between illegal immigrants and their children is at the heart of the so-called DREAM Act that some in continue reading »

Salma Hayek: “I was Once an Illegal Immigrant”

The Mexican actress penned an article and is featured in the cover of December's edition of Spain's V magazine. In her article, she said "I was an illegal immigrant in the United States. It was for a small period of time, but I still did it." continue reading »

Iowa County to Use ICE Biometrics to Identify, Remove Immigrants

On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) began using a federal information sharing capability in Pottawattamie County that helps federal immigration officials use biometrics to identify aliens, continue reading »

Gutierrez on DREAM Act Vote This Week: “We Ran Out of Time”

U.S. Representative Luis Gutierrez announced that the House will take up the DREAM Act next week. The bill, which is an attempt to create a path to citizenship for undocumented immigrant students brough continue reading »

OVERNIGHT IN MEXICO:  Illegal Immigrant Sweep Nets 125 Central Americans

Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) is reporting that an immigration sweep in Oaxaca has netted 125 illegal aliens mostly Central Americans. The illegal immigrants were located in train cars and it is assumed they were traveling through Mexico to enter the U.S. continue reading »

Salvadoran Immigrant Found Guilty of Chandra Levy Murder

UPDATE: A jury has just convicted Salvadoran immigrant, Ingmar Guandique on two counts of first-degree murder for the attack and killing of Chandra Levy back in 2001. continue reading »

The DREAM Act as A Stand Alone Bill

Yesterday, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid announced that he would introduce the Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors (DREAM) Act as a stand alone bill during the lame duck session of Congress. continue reading »