This week’s Supreme Court ruling over Arizona’s SB 1070, will directly impact an estimated 360,000 undocumented immigrants living in that state, and it could have broader repercussions in other states with similar initiatives.
A group of Congressional Democrats on Tuesday unveiled an amicus brief urging the Supreme Court to uphold a lower court’s decision to block certain provisions of Arizona’s immigration law, S.B. 1070.
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.
A Missouri Republican, is sponsoring a bill that would mandate that all public schools verify the immigration status of enrollees, and require law enforcement officers to check immigration status on all stops when they have reasonable cause.
A federal judge in Charleston, South Carolina blocked Thursday parts of the state's anti-illegal immigration law approved by the legislature last summer.
The archbishop of Los Angeles is among a group of Latino bishops who have called for undocumented immigrants to be seen as a "revitalizing force" -- instead of as criminals.
Chants in English and Spanish echoed through the streets in Gadsden on Saturday as protesters of Alabama’s immigration law marched on Forrest Avenue in front of the Etowah County Detention Center.
Most kids at this time of year get ready to write letters to Santa Claus, but many children of undocumented immigrants now prefer to write President Barack Obama begging him to stop the deportations that are breaking up their families.
Alabama's law cracking down on illegal immigration is considered the strictest in the nation and the U.S. Justice Department has filed a lawsuit against Alabama saying the immigration law is unconstitutional and aims to threaten "the most basic human needs."
Kevin Johnson of the University of California Davis School of Law says that Alabama's immigration law highlights the civil rights implications of the recent state immigration laws and, in the case of Alabama, show parallels with previous efforts to prevent desegregation...
Farmers in states like Alabama that have passed strong anti-illegal immigration laws are fighting back, saying they are losing labor and that US workers are unwilling to take up farm work.
The NFL’s decision to pick Arizona last week to host the Super Bowl in 2015 has outraged some Hispanic activists who had organized a boycott of the state after a controversial immigration law passed last year.
A federal appeals court stepped up and temporarily blocked the provision that requires school officials to determine students' immigration status.
The Obama administration is escalating its crackdown on tough immigration laws, with lawyers reviewing four new state statutes to determine whether the federal government will take the extraordinary step of challenging the measures in court.