For six years, the self-proclaimed toughest sheriff in America has vehemently denied allegations that his deputies racially profile Latinos in his trademark immigration patrols.
A California doctoral student who's an undocumented immigrant has published a free how-to guide on the Internet instructing similar immigrants on finding employment after college.
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.
An Oakland man has a willing donor and private insurance to pay for his kidney transplant. But he faces what may be an insurmountable hurdle in the race to save his life: He is an illegal immigrant.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney suddenly pulled back his hand after hearing that a young college student was undocumented, according to DREAM Act activists.
The Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations on Tuesday laid out plans not only to oppose more than a dozen GOP immigration bills, but also to push for DREAM Act legislation.
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.
On Monday, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that it would take up an appeal by the state of Arizona regarding SB 1070, the state’s controversial and trend-setting 2010 anti-illegal immigration law. So what happens next?
A new report finds that transgender Latino/a people face poverty, unemployment, homelessness, discrimination and violence at significantly higher rates than both the overall transgender population and the general population.
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.
18-year-old Joaquin Luna, an undocumented immigrant and Senior at Juarez Lincoln High School in Mission committed suicide Friday - leaving letters behind revealing he was worried about his immigration status.
Alabama’s H.B. 56, signed into law on June 9, 2011, is the nation’s harshest anti-immigrant law. Here are the 100 reasons why this law is becoming a train wreck for the state in every way imaginable
A piece in Inside Higher Ed argues that the long-term economic benefits reaped from providing undocumented students with in-state tuition outweigh the costs.
Children whose parents are undocumented immigrants are less likely to finish high school, but their parents’ legalization tangibly improves students’ educational opportunities and outcomes, researchers have found.