Prosecutor: Arizona border rancher shot unarmed men, 1 died
The prosecutor in the first-degree murder case against an Arizona rancher accused of killing a Mexican man on his land last month alleged during a court hearing Wednesday that the rancher opened fire that day on a group of about eight unarmed people outside his home.
State asks U.S. Supreme Court to overrule state high court
Attorney General Mark Brnovich wants the U.S. Supreme Court to deny a new trial to a man who says bad legal advice he got in a criminal case resulted in his deportation.
McSally: Veteran deportations should be reviewed individually
The state's Republican U.S. senator said Monday that immigration officials need to examine situations before veterans who are in this country illegally are deported.
State Supreme Court gives deported man second chance at trial
In a unanimous ruling Tuesday, the justices said that Hector Sebastion Nuñez-Diaz never would have entered into a plea deal on a drug charge had he been informed it would result in his automatic removal from this country.
More green card holders seek citizenship with Trump in office
Nervous green card holders are seeking citizenship in greater numbers because of concerns that the Trump Administration’s new immigration policies could send them out of the country.
Justices side with Mexican immigrant in deportation case
The Supreme Court on Tuesday sided with a Mexican immigrant who faced deportation after he was convicted of having consensual sex with his underage girlfriend.
Deportation returns Arizona to the center of the national immigration debate
Still reeling from the aftershocks of Arizona’s 2010 anti-immigration law, local and national Democratic politicians are struggling to figure out what Trump’s deportation policy will mean to local communities.
Does election shift DREAMers to mass deportation? AZ immigrants fear future
Arizona immigrants at a prayer vigil said they fear President-elect Donald Trump will follow through on his pledge to deport millions of Muslim and Mexican immigrants.
Americans must demand reasonable immigration reform
We have a choice to make. We can go down the road of throwing support to those who want to send 11 million people home, or we could embrace the situation we helped create and find innovative, constructive solutions that will address the serious problems of illegal immigration and today’s skills gap in our work force. Reasonable reform will benefit us all. It is time to show the political will to[...]
Punjab to Peoria: Arizona had most Indian deportation cases in 2015
Arizona leads the nation in the number of deportation hearings for immigrants from India.
Montenegro recommends pardon for immigrant deported after drug crimes
The Board of Executive Clemency and an immigration hawk state representative are asking for the state to pardon a man living in the country illegally after being deported for drug-related crimes.
US formally announces recent deportation figures
The Obama administration formally disclosed Tuesday that it deported the fewest immigrants since 2006.