The combined effects of voter roll purges, demands for proof of citizenship and photo identification requirements in several states may hinder at least 10 million Hispanic citizens who seek to vote this fall.
Here’s a stat that might surprise you: according to the Pentagon, there are anywhere between 29,000 - 38,000 undocumented immigrants currently serving in the United States military.
President Obama welcomed more than two dozen active service members to the White House for a naturalization ceremony during and Independence Day celebration.
Rep. Steve King says he will not support either of the two measures by fellow Republicans that would spare undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as minors from deportation.
Brenda Vázquez was born in Texas. On her way back from Mexico, though, she told border patrol agents she was in fact born in Mexico. Now she is not allowed to return to the U.S.
In an extensive interview, Juan Williams sits down with Florida Senator Marco Rubio to talk about the DREAM Act, immigration, Mitt Romney, his family's story and more.
Senator Marco Rubio missed the mark on the DREAM Act today when he said that he’d consider offering a path to legal status, but not citizenship, for undocumented students.
Tania Nava tried to become a legal immigrant, but U.S. policy requires her to file in Ciudad Juarez, one of Mexico's most dangerous cities and after heading to Juarez to protect her, Nava's husband was shot and killed.
U.S.-born children with undocumented immigrant parents even have been denied food stamps because of a portion of the anti-immigrant law in Alabama.
Rep. David Rivera introduced a bill to give undocumented immigrants legal residency, so long as they join the military.
Obama administration officials announced on Friday they are proposing a fix to a Catch-22 in immigration law that could spare hundreds of thousands of American citizens from prolonged separations from illegal immigrant spouses and children.
Mitt Romney said Saturday he would support a path to residency - not citizenship - for those who served in the military, but would not support other DREAM Act proposals.
The degree to which the immigration debate has coarsened over the last few years is no more evident than in the pages of the recently released fifth edition of the New American Heritage Dictionary. Among the new entries is the term “anchor baby.”
It’s commonly believed that marriage to a U.S. citizen is an immigration cure-all, as is having U.S.-born children. Not so.