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Obama Making the Rounds on Spanish-Language TV Pushing for Immigration Reform

Obama Making the Rounds on Spanish-Language TV Pushing for Immigration Reform

President Obama will be making the rounds on Spanish-language TV today to assure Latinos of his commitment to comprehensive immigration reform. continue reading »

Senators Working on Immigration Reform Bill to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

Senators Working on Immigration Reform Bill to Visit U.S.-Mexico Border

On Wednesday Senator John McCain and three other Senators who are part of the "Gang of Eight" working on comprehensive immigration reform will visit the U.S.-Mexico border at Nogales, Arizona. continue reading »

White House Denies Sen. Ted Cruz Accusations It Wants Immigration to Fail

White House Denies Sen. Ted Cruz Accusations It Wants Immigration to Fail

The White House on Monday rejected the recent accusations by Republican Sen. Ted Cruz that President Barack Obama is really looking for immigration reform to fail and for that situation to become a Democratic campaign weapon in 2014 and 2016. continue reading »

64% of Immigration Reform Supporters Put Border Security First

64% of Immigration Reform Supporters Put Border Security First

Most voters like finding a way for illegal immigrants to stay in this country but not until the border is secured. However, they remain skeptical about the federal government’s interest in securing the border. continue reading »

Brazilian Husband and Wife Receive Sentences in Florida for Immigrant Smuggling

Brazilian Husband and Wife Receive Sentences in Florida for Immigrant Smuggling

Brazilian nationals Juliana Rose Tome-Froes and her husband, Fabio Rodrigues Froes, were sentenced in Miami to 60 months and 46 months in prison, respectively, for smuggling undocumented migrants to the United States for profit, announced Acting Assistant Attorney General Mythili Raman of the Justice Department’s Criminal Division, U.S. Attorney Wifredo A. Ferrer of the Southern District of Florida and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Director John Morton. continue reading »

Immigration Activists Arrested For Protesting in Chicago

Immigration Activists Arrested For Protesting in Chicago

A score of activists were arrested Friday in downtown Chicago during an act of civil disobedience to demand a voice in the negotiations on immigration reform now taking place behind closed doors in Washington. continue reading »

North Carolina Abandons Plans to Give Undocumented Pink-striped Licenses

North Carolina Abandons Plans to Give Undocumented Pink-striped Licenses

North Carolina's state transportation department said that driver's licenses issued to young undocumented immigrants will not bear a distinctive pink stripe as originally proposed. continue reading »

Convicted Felon, Repeat Border Violator Facing 20 Years in Prison

Convicted Felon, Repeat Border Violator Facing 20 Years in Prison

A Mexican criminal alien with a prior felony conviction for evading police with a motor vehicle pleaded guilty Thursday to a felony charge of illegally re-entering the United States following a prior removal. U.S. I continue reading »

More than a Majority of Americans Support Earned Path to Citizenship for Undocumented

More than a Majority of Americans Support Earned Path to Citizenship for Undocumented

A recent survey by the Public Religion Research Institute indicates that a clear majority of Americans (63%) support an earned “path to citizenship” for the undocumented immigrants living in the U.S. continue reading »

North Carolina Drops Plan to Mark Drivers Licenses for Undocumented with ‘Scarlet Letter’

North Carolina Drops Plan to Mark Drivers Licenses for Undocumented with ‘Scarlet Letter’

North Carolina driver licenses for undocumented immigrants accepted into the “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” program will no longer have the special destination of a pink stripe. continue reading »