Florida Senator Marco Rubio said Wednesday that in 2013 he will present a bill that will offer a "permanent solution" for undocumented students.
The passage of the DREAM Act will ensure that a steady stream of people is able to attend college and achieve better jobs.
On August 15, the first of perhaps a million or more people who qualify for the DREAM Act will begin stepping forward to apply and pay fees for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
Support for the DREAM Act may soon become the official stance of the Democratic Party.
Metropolitan State University of Denver says it has decided to move forward with its controversial vote granting undocumented students a new tuition rate, to go into effect this fall.
Protesters gathered outside the Broward Transitional Center in Pompano Beach, Fla., on Sunday to protest what they consider the unjust detention of their loved ones.
A demographic profile of immigrants who might benefit from the Obama Administration’s deferred action initiative.
In two weeks, around 1 million people who were brought into the country illegally as children can begin applying for temporary permission to live and work in the U.S. under a directive aimed at DREAM Act students.
Undocumented youth will learn this week the guidelines to apply for the deferred action policy that promises to halt the deportation of about 800,000 undocumented youth and grant them work authorization.
President Obama welcomed more than two dozen active service members to the White House for a naturalization ceremony during and Independence Day celebration.
Hundreds of young undocumented immigrants from California, Nevada, Arizona, New Mexico and elsewhere gathered on the steps of San Francisco City Hall on Saturday for a "graduation ceremony" protest.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa had some blunt words for Governor Mitt Romney on Sunday's "Face The Nation," saying he had amnesia on comprehensive immigration reform.
President Obama announced a policy change that could affect as many as 1.4 million young undocumented students by halting their deportation proceedings and granting them temporary work permits.
Marco Rubio, the GOP’s most prominent Latino officeholder, defended Mitt Romney’s approach to immigration as one of a “mature and serious political leader,” saying the principles he has outlined are in line with the majority of Americans.