Emboldened by months of phone calls to lawmakers, hunger strikes and sit-ins, a group of college students and graduates in Los Angeles say they plan to take their fight for immigrant rights to the states and the 2012 election after Senate Republicans blocked a key piece of legislation.Read More »
Senate Republicans on Saturday doomed an effort that would have given hundreds of thousands of young illegal immigrants a path to legal status if they enrolled in college or joined the military.Read More »
Domestic violence affects women of every country, culture and income level, and victims are often reluctant to seek help for a variety of reasons.
When a woman is in the U.S. illegally, however, she will be even more reluctant to come forward, law enforcement officials and victims’ advocates say. Undocumented immigrants as a group fear dealing with police, and some abusers use that fear as a lever, threatening to turn in their victims and separate them from children through deportation.
A federal judge in Phoenix has dismissed another challenge to Arizona's new immigration law.Read More »
A U.S. Border Patrol agent was shot and killed north of the Arizona-Mexico border while trying to catch bandits who target illegal immigrants, the leader of a union representing agents said Wednesday.Read More »
A new security system that uses buried fiber-optic cables to detect illegal border crossers or drug smugglers is being tested by the University of Arizona's engineering college.Read More »
The Supreme Court appeared likely Wednesday to sustain an Arizona law that threatens to take away the licenses of businesses that knowingly hire workers who are in the United States illegally.Read More »
A federal judge has denied a request by the Arizona Latino Republican Association to become a party to the federal government's challenge to the state's new immigration law.Read More »
The impassioned debate over the nation's immigration policy takes center stage at the Supreme Court Wednesday in a dispute over an Arizona law that punishes employers who knowingly hire workers illegally in the U.S.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer plans to attend a U.S. Supreme Court hearing Wednesday in Washington for arguments on the 2006 state law that punishes employers who knowingly hire workers illegally.Read More »