President Barack Obama is basking in the aftermath of his breakthrough directive on illegal immigration and pressing his jobs agenda before a meeting of Hispanic leaders at NALEO.
After urging the president for years to push for immigration reform and to end some deportations, Latino voters and immigration advocacy groups now want to prove that it was worth the political risk.
Sen. Marco Rubio sat down for a wide-ranging, and at times contentious, interview with Univision’s Jorge Ramos, his first since being elected senator in 2010.
Florida Sen. Marco Rubio indicated Monday that he would scrap his effort to craft a Republican DREAM Act alternative until after the November election.
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.
Latino voters prefer a DREAM Act that promises citizenship, and they are not keen on an alternative DREAM Act proposed by Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, according to a new poll.
Two undocumented immigrant students occupied President Barack Obama's Denver campaign office and began a hunger strike in support of the DREAM Act.
While the Democratic party points fingers at Republicans for the DREAM Act failing to pass in Congress, the GOP is presenting alternatives that some call better than nothing and others call a path to a permanent underclass.
Sen. Dick Durbin says a bill that restricts eligibility to those under the age of 19, like Rep. David Rivera's (Fla.) new Stars Bill, won't get Durbin's vote as it is.
Nearly one hundred lawyers, including professors at some of the nation's top universities, wrote President Obama, with some legal advice saying: the President has the constitutional power to help DREAMers without changing the law.
The College Board on Thursday released a resource guide for undocumented students that it hopes will help them navigate the confusing array of state laws and institutional rules that are now in place.
For anyone who wants to make a serious play for the Latino vote -- and not just go through the motions -- here's what you need to know: Latinos are single-issue voters. The issue is respect.
In a new interview with Univision’s Jorge Ramos on Al Punto, Former Secretary of State Colin Powell called on lawmakers to get serious about passing immigration reform.
Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill.) is willing to support a "Dream Act"-style bill from Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) even if it's "watered-down" and doesn't give a path to citizenship.