Almost a quarter century after he was overthrown in a popular uprising, former Haitian president Jean-Claude “Baby Doc” Duvalier resurfaced in his earthquake devastated country on January 16. Haitians in the U.S. are trying to make sense of what his arrival means in a time of political uncertainty.
The high court has heard arguments on the Arizona Employer Sanctions law which allows the state to revoke the license of businesses that hire undocumented immigrants–and requires participation in the federal E-Verify program.
The Haitian immigrant community is struggling to find effective ways to address Haiti’s latest disaster.
Advocates in New York are symbolically mailing pens to President Obama, urging him to use his executive powers to reform the federal immigration system.
Church members are torn over the policy toward undocumented immigrants, and how to balance compassion and a conservative political ideology.
People from immigrant communities, senior citizens and low-income families are likely to be affected by problems with the city’s new electronic voting technology. The Board of Elections says it has measures in place to ensure a trouble-free vote.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection chief Alan Bersin says border security is not enough. He wants tougher enforcement of laws designed to weed out immigrants who have committed serious crimes and target employers who exploit undocumented workers.
The new president of the Philippines, Benigno Aquino III, came to the U.S. for the first time since living here in exile with his family.
A new documentary about the struggles in Prince William County, Virginia, provides a window into the lives and emotions of people on both sides of the immigration debate.
A group of Filipino lawyers is providing free legal clinics to help their community navigate a complicated immigration system.