The Dream Act would have direct economic benefits that would “boost the American middle class,” a new study says.
Fewer and fewer Mexican migrants have left their country in the last couple of years to move to the United States, a study says.
Advocacy groups accuse the Center of Immigration Studies of “cooking the books” in attempt to show minority support for deportations.
Activists in New York and other cities launch a campaign to ask the U.S. government to respect human rights in its immigration detention system.
The Arizona Senatorial primary pitting incumbent John McCain and right-wing challenger J.D. Hayworth could become a test for the Republican Party’s future relationship with Latino voters.
The Census Bureau has worked to convince immigrants that taking part in the 2010 count is in their best interest. But warnings that they will go undercounted persist.
CPAC 2010 illustrated the conundrum the immigration issue presents Republicans on the face of a growing Hispanic electorate.
Youngsters who are pushing for legislation that would allow undocumented students to become legal residents will hold events across the country next week to continue pushing for the bill’s approval.
Looking to pressure elected officials to act immediately on immigration reform, a group of New Yorkers set out on a road trip around the state.
Whether health care reform passes or dies in Congress does not make much of a difference to immigrants, says a report by two progressive organizations in New York.