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Tag Results for "Undocumented Immigrants"

ICE Arrests over 2,400 Convicted Criminal Aliens, Fugitives in Countrywide Operation

As part of the Obama administration's ongoing commitment to prioritizing the removal of criminal aliens that threaten public and national security, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) toda continue reading »

Convicted Criminals to Replace Undocumented Workers in Georgia

A large number of immigrants are fleeing Georgia as anti-immigrant legislation is set to be enacted. Gov. Nathan Deal has issued a statement that he is looking to fill vacant farm jobs with convicted criminals. continue reading »

Fox News Propagates Evidence-Free Attack Scapegoating Undocumented Immigrants For Higher Crime Rates

Fox News' America Live repeated the accusation that undocumented immigrants have increased crime rates in Hazleton, Pennsylvannia. However, America Live failed to report that the there is no evidence supporting continue reading »

Immigrant Advocates Ask For More Officer Training At Border Following Taser Deaths

Immigrant advocates have grown increasingly worried over the number of Taser and shooting deaths involving federal border officers at the U.S.-Mexico border. continue reading »

Management at Popular Seafood Restaurant Chain in Houston Indicted for Hiring 33 Illegal Aliens

Two current managers and three former managers or supervisors of Mambo Seafood were indicted on Wednesday on various charges related to harboring illegal aliens. These indictments were announced by U.S. Attorney Jose Angel Moreno, continue reading »

Majority of Americans Willing to See Businesses that Repeatedly Hire Undocumented Shut Down

The U.S. Supreme Court late last week upheld the legality of an Arizona law cracking down on employers who hire illegal immigrants, and most voters support having a similar law in their own state. continue reading »

Rep. Ana Hernandez Luna - From Undocumented Immigrant to U.S. State Representative

When Ana Hernandez Luna was a toddler, she was brought to Texas from Mexico. Being carried across the U.S.-Mexico border, she became an undocumented immigrant. Today, she stands as a lawyer and a House representative. continue reading »

Store Stops Selling ‘illegal immigrant hunting permit’ Bumper Stickers

A protest was planned in Sturtevant WI to bring attention to the sale of bumper stickers reading “illegal immigrant hunting permit’. Before the protest began however, the owner of the continue reading »

Undocumented Immigrants Go Under the Knife to Erase Their Fingerprints

Knives, acid, fire and even surgery are some of the methods undocumented immigrants are using to erase their fingerprints and avoid incarceration. These desperate procedures, according to federal agencies continue reading »

On Being an (Ex) Undocumented Immigrant Father

Sofia and I had been making that turn since we had moved to Castro Valley. In those five years, the protesters at the corner of Castro Valley Boulevard and Redwood Road had become an constant example of the way politics continue reading »

Republicans to Obama: Immigration Reform with Amnesty or Legalization Will Not Pass

As President Obama's approval rating among Hispanics drops to the lowest it has been since he took office, Republicans are telling his administration that comprehensive immigration reform even mentioning amnesty is unlikely. continue reading »

Caldo Americano

When people talk of the ethnic diversity in the United States, they oftentimes refer to the American “melting pot,” the historically-popular image of America as a confluence of different backgrounds into a singular American identity. continue reading »

Driving Illegally

We’re still plagued by the perennially controversial debate over whether state governments should issue driver’s licenses to undocumented citizens. And why shouldn’t they? Not allowing undocumented citizens the opportunity to study the rules of the road, practice, take the test, and be issued a driver’s license will hardly prevent them sharing the road with the rest of us. 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 »

Sarasota Votes Against Immigration Bill

On Monday night, City Commission voted 3-2 in favor of “The Florida Compact,” a declaration that stated an opposition to any Arizona-esque immigration law. continue reading »

Mexican Ambassador Disapproves of Georgia Bills

Mexican Ambassador to the US, Arturo Sarukhan, condemned legislation that dealt with the topic of undocumented immigration in Georgia, claiming that it was “poisoning” the relationship between Mexico and the US. continue reading »

Austin Sheriff Cannot Enforce Immigration Laws

Austin Sheriff Terese Amazi says that her department has no authority to enforce immigration laws. continue reading »

New Jersey Officials Plans Detention Center

Lawmakers in Newark are proposing that they renovate an existing county jail so that it can hold more undocumented immigrants than it does now. continue reading »

Unconstitutional and Costly: The High Price of Local Immigration Enforcement

A handful of local communities across our nation enacted unconstitutional, discriminatory, and costly immigration controls in recent years in an effort to chase away undocumented immigrants and their families and friends, many of whom are American citizens. continue reading »

Virginia Delegate Looking to Introduce 3 Bills confronting Undocumented Immigration

Tuesday, Republican delegate Todd Gilbert of Virginia, introduced three bills to the state's General Assembly in his attempt to confront undocumented immigration. continue reading »