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Immigration

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Top Immigration Articles

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  • U.S. Senate confirms Obama pick for immigration job despite tussle

    The U.S. Senate on Tuesday confirmed President Barack Obama's choice for a senior immigration enforcement job, defying Republicans who tried to block the nomination to protest Obama's executive order granting deportation relief to undocumented immigrants....
  • The uncertain future of undocumented children

    On a warm day last spring, 16-year-old Hugo Pascual Tomás and his older brother Francisco left their home in Guatemala and set off on a 2,700-mile quest to find their mother. The boys had been left in the care of their elderly grandparents in 2001,...
  • Immigration official to applicants for temporary status: 'Don't worry'

    One of the nation’s top immigration officials is urging those who are newly eligible for temporary legal status to apply for the program without fear. Speaking at a conference in Los Angeles on Monday, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services...
  • Biblical story resonates for woman facing deportation

    PHILADELPHIA A Philadelphia church staged a version of a Latin American posada Sunday, reenacting the biblical story of Mary and Joseph's search for lodging in Bethlehem before the birth of Jesus. But tradition was tweaked a bit because Honduran...
  • High court to weigh Arizona denial of some immigrants' driver's licenses

    The Supreme Court is set to decide Tuesday whether Arizona must issue driver's licenses to young immigrants who were brought to this country illegally and then shielded from deportation by President Obama. The justices have before them an emergency...
  • Immigrants get advice on eligibility for delayed-deportation programs

    The crowd around immigration attorney Jessica Dominguez was five people deep, and each person had a question. "I came in 2006 but got a ticket for illegal vending," one man told her. "Do I qualify?" "You should be OK," Dominguez told him. "But...
  • Noncitizen UConn Student Shut Out Of Financial Aid

    Noncitizen UConn Student Shut Out Of Financial Aid
    The University of Connecticut says it will double the money it raises for scholarships. Unfortunately, I won't be able to get any of that $150 million. I am an undocumented immigrant student who grew up in Connecticut, graduated from Windsor Locks...
  • Against the odds, Honduran sisters win their asylum case

    Against the odds, Honduran sisters win their asylum case
    In October 2013, Silvia Padilla and her husband wired $8,000 to a coyote to smuggle their two daughters from Honduras to the United States. Gang violence in their hometown of Tegucigalpa was on the rise. In recent years, both girls had witnessed murders....
  • Deportation fears fade for many Florida immigrants

    As many as a quarter-million Florida immigrants are preparing to take advantage of emerging new immigration rules that give them a chance to live, work and drive without constant fear of being detained and deported. But many foreign residents won't...
  • Poll: Obama executive action on immigration narrowly divides Americans

    Americans divide almost evenly over President Obama's move to shield millions of immigrants from deportation, but despite the controversy over his action, underlying views on immigration have barely budged, a new poll has found. Obama's action gets...
  • Justice Department unveils new rules on racial, ethnic profiling

    Justice Department unveils new rules on racial, ethnic profiling
    New Justice Department guidelines announced Monday seek to limit federal law enforcement officers' ability to use a person's race and other characteristics during investigations, particularly in spontaneous enforcement decisions. According to a copy...