Tons of fresh produce from Mexico is shipped through Nogales. But getting local residents to eat fresh food is a challenge.
Covering the news from an immigrant journalist’s point of view.
Immigrants talk about how they remain connected to their home culture through food.
Some immigrants fail to gain green cards after marrying U.S. citizens. Fi2W contributor Valeria Fernández looks at a new rule that could fix this problem.
Mexican officials are in the U.S. to advocate for more humane treatment of their nationals. They are visiting U.S. Senators in Alabama, Arizona and other states that recently passed harsh laws targeting undocumented migrants.
The law making it a crime to be in Arizona without proper documents is story number one in the Spanish-language press.
Fewer and fewer Mexican migrants have left their country in the last couple of years to move to the United States, a study says.
After a tough economic year, many Mexican immigrants who usually return home from the U.S. for Christmas and New Year are more likely to stay home.
Phoenix-based FI2W reporter Valeria Fernández produced a radio piece for NPR’s Latino USA on immigrants who work in the dairy industry and the farmers who hire them. Here, Valeria narrates how she produced the piece, which airs this weekend on…
The summit of the “Three Amigos” (the presidents of the U.S., Mexico and Canada) in Guadalajara brought no good news for Mexicans on the immigration front. The headline in Monday’s Mexico City newspaper El Universal summed it up: “Neither immigration…