Assessing a terribly broken system, a veteran analyst details the conflicting dynamics and possible solutions to America's illegal immigration dilemma.
Some district attorneys are concerned about the lack of sufficient evidence to investigate noncitizen voting cases, an issue which is at the forefront of Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s re-election campaign.
The Texas governor has sparked backlash from advocates and educators after suggesting that the state may challenge a long-standing Supreme Court decision that allows free tuition for unauthorized immigrant school children.
To work around the state’s immigration enforcement laws, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has worked with private data brokers to receive real-time alerts about when people are being released from jail.
To protest Gov. Greg Abbott’s increased vehicle inspections, truckers have blockaded a key Texas border crossing that sees $35 billion in annual trade. The disruption could severely impact local and regional supply chains.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced that the state will respond to “unprecedented” illegal immigration by implementing additional inspections of vehicles crossing the border and will transport migrants directly to D.C.
About three-quarters of undocumented seniors live with younger family members, compared to only a quarter of the elderly who are U.S. citizens. There will be an estimated 55,000 undocumented seniors across the state by 2030.
The state’s Health Benefits for Immigrant Adults program makes services more accessible to the elderly, regardless of immigration status, but it doesn’t provide extended care or at-home care, leaving large gaps in coverage.
Gov. Greg Abbott announced that the border arrest program will be extended into Webb, Brooks and Jim Hogg counties, all three of which are controlled by Democrats. Two of the counties are not on the state’s border.
The proposal would allocate $6.9 million to create the Excluded Workers Pilot Program, which would provide unemployment funds to undocumented workers who have been laid off or had a reduction in hours.
The state’s $40 million fund will likely be spent ahead of the Feb. 28 deadline due to the high number of applications. In fact, if all 13,900 applications are approved, the funds will be encumbered.
‘Quiet Title’ laws across the Midwest can disproportionately affect homeowners who don’t speak English, like Natalia Esteban who emigrated from Mexico over 20 years ago.
The Justice Department asked a California attorney to remove tweets she had written that described what she had seen in hearings on controversial immigration policy, raising court transparency and First Amendment concerns.
A coalition of community-based organizations will select 330 families to receive a guaranteed basic income of $500 a month for a year. Applicants must be a member of an undocumented or mixed immigration status family.
The small city of Hamtramck used to be a Polish American enclave. In the 21st century, it has morphed into something that couldn’t be further from its past.