From politics to popular culture, 2012 was a year when Latinos in the U.S. broke into the mainstream.
A private bill allowing Victor Chukwueke to stay in the United States and study medicine is cause for celebration says Erwin de Leon, but Victor is just one of millions.
A new report argues that immigration enforcement is a kind of legal violence inflicted upon immigrants and their families. Erwin de Leon says it hurts the nation as a whole.
A group of conservative faith, law enforcement, and business leaders call for bipartisan immigration reform. Erwin de Leon says this could be the start of something new.
Latinos have the lowest education attainment level of any group in the U.S. Further cuts could be devastating.
The STEM bill has passed the house, but Fi2W columnist Erwin de Leon says its scope is too narrow to be considered true immigration reform.
FI2W’s Erwin de Leon worries that compromise on immigration reform could leave out binational LGBT families.
Obama won support from Latinos and immigrants by promising reform. Now he has to act.
Immigrant workers stayed on the job during Hurricane Sandy. Many because they wanted to, some because they had to.
Columnist Erwin de Leon has no doubt about who immigrants should vote for after watching the second presidential debate.