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Tag Results for "Undocumented Immigration"

NHCLC Applauds Proposed Senate Immigration Reform Bill

We Are Inches Away from Crossing the 'Jordan' of Reform - The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference, the nation's largest Christian Hispanic organization, the Hispanic Evangelical Association, continue reading »

Dominicans in Puerto Rico Applaud Move to Allow Undocumented to Get Licenses

Groups representing Dominicans living in Puerto Rico on Tuesday welcomed a proposal by the island's government to issue driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants. continue reading »

Citizenship for the 11 Million is Our Bottom Line

A bipartisan group of 8 Senators has just stepped up to create the framework for immigration reform next year and they need to hear from us. continue reading »

Hispanic Youth Use “Magic Kites” to Reveal The Effects of Deportation on Families

Hispanic children and teens in North Carolina with parents or relatives in the process of deportation are creating "magic kites" with bits of their dear ones' clothing to tell their stories. continue reading »

United We DREAM Unveils Immigration Reform Platform

Following the success of the DREAMer conference in Kansas City this weekend—the biggest gathering of DREAMers to date—United We DREAM unveiled their new platform for change this morning, their statement of principles describing the type of immigration reform they have vowed to pursue next year. continue reading »

ICE Arrests 11 Sex Offenders, Criminal Aliens in Central Florida

Eleven convicted alien sex offenders and other criminal aliens were arrested as part of a four-day operation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO). continue reading »

Immigrants Concerned About Arizona’s “Show Me Your Papers” Law, Moving to Other States

The entry into force of Arizona's "show me your papers" regulation could spur more immigrant families to leave the state even as activists and organizations prepare to fight the measure. continue reading »

After Building Section of Fence, Border Agents See Fewer Attacks at AZ-Mexico Border

One year after the construction of a new fence in this Arizona border town, the number of attacks on Border Patrol agents has dropped, as have the confiscation of drugs and the discovery of tunnels used by drug runners. continue reading »

According to Study, Illegal Immigration Hits “Net Zero” In U.S.

Despite the violence, it seems the Mexican economy is improving and as a result, Mexican migration seems to have dropped. During the 2008 recession, the number of undocumented continue reading »

Number of Deportation Cases to be Halted Increasing

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Thursday began reviewing new deportation cases, a move that increases the number of undocumented foreigners who could have their deportations suspended in accord with the new federal policy. continue reading »

Latinos in Texas Pay the Most to Keep Their Teenagers Driving

According to the survey titled the Economic Impact of Teen Driving: A Study Among Parents of 15-19 Year Olds Latino families are more likely to make sacrifices to keep their teenagers driving, and are paying more as well. continue reading »

Lawmakers in Kentucky Disagree on How to Handle Undocumented Immigration

Pushing for the state’s police to be given the authority to arrest anyone they suspect may be in the country illegally is David Williams, the Republican Senate President. He seeks to be able to arrest unauthorized immigrants for criminal trespass if the individual is found on public or private property in the Kentucky. 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 »

Number of Undocumented Filing Tax Returns Decreases

When undocumented immigrants file taxes, their returns are primarily filed under a special number. According to federal data, the number of those returns has decreased, as well as the number of requests for those specific numbers. continue reading »