“…the tea party, these 80 to 100 folks from the hard right, none from New York, say they hate immigration, they hate immigrants.”
Immigration activist leaders signed on to MoveOn.org’s “Run Warren Run” initiative calling for a credible challenge to Clinton. Other groups are said to be mulling signing on in the coming weeks.
When guys on Grindr asked me what I was looking for, I wanted to respond, “A permanent address.”
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The self-proclaimed “toughest sheriff in America” admitted to violating a court order to stop detaining people suspected of being in the country illegally. The admission comes a month before a hearing that could disclose details of his department.
Oswaldo Cabrera says he was crusading for the rights of undocumented immigrants. Many of the people he was supposed to be helping say he was just taking their money.
Ahmed Al-Jumaili was shot as he stood outside his apartment taking pictures of the snow with his wife and brother. He immigrated to the U.S. from Iraq in February. Nykerion Nealon was arrested for the crime on Friday.
A year after NCLR President Janet Murguia called Obama the “deporter-in-chief,” she will rip into Republicans at the NCLR Capital Awards Tuesday, in prepared remarks viewed by BuzzFeed News. “Our complaint is not partisan, it is personal.”
About 2,000 prisoners in the Willacy County Correctional Center rioted Friday. Calm returned by late Saturday, though the facility was so badly damaged it was “uninhabitable.”
The Department of Homeland Security has suspended plans to begin accepting deportation deferment requests on Wednesday, Feb. 18.
“But you don’t look/sound/act like [enter nationality here]!”
“We are bracing ourselves and calling for a mass immigration from Europe,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Sunday.
“Do you feel any remorse or guilt about the way children are being dealt with?” “None whatsoever… the most compassionate thing you can do is stop the boats.”
Writer Robert Simpson and artist Ana Patankar use comic strips to tell fictional stories of undocumented immigrants throughout the world and the people who help them.
The ruling is one of the first to uphold the civil claims of Mexican citizens against U.S. border agents and the federal government.
In a letter recently made public, Pope Francis commended the work of students in Arizona who cross the border to help migrants making the trek towards the United States.
PaseLaVoz is a peer-to-peer texting service that undocumented immigrants across the South use to alert one another about police checkpoints. Its success suggests potential for technologies designed to help the undocumented navigate life in America.
A senior aide tells BuzzFeed News that if Obama’s attorney general pick passes a committee vote (which seems likely), Majority Leader Mitch McConnell will not stop a full Senate vote — despite calls to block nominees over Obama’s executive actions.
How did a tough-on-immigrants sheriff wind up convicted for conspiring to harbor illegal aliens? Jimmy Metts, the longest-serving sheriff in South Carolina, exploited the contradictions between anti-immigrant sentiment and the need for cheap, undocumented labor.
After playing a key role in securing Obama’s executive actions on immigration, DREAMer activists are back, confronting Republicans, with an eye towards Hillary Clinton too.
Sen. Ron Johnson explained why a shutdown of the Department of Homeland Security wouldn’t be so bad.
“To me it could be more likely that our threat could come in from Canada on our open borders there as well,” Rep. Lou Barletta said. A major focus of this week’s joint Republican retreat has been addressing U.S. immigration policy.
Church organizations in Philadelphia, Oregon, Arizona and other states have begun taking in undocumented immigrants who are living under the threat of deportation.
White House domestic policy adviser Cecilia Munoz hit back at House Republicans Wednesday, saying the current battle over President Obama’s executive actions won’t keep DREAMers and other undocumented immigrants from coming forward.
The network’s ties to Hillary Clinton, treatment of Marco Rubio, and singular focus on immigration give Republicans fits. But for one big reason: Republicans need Univision.
“This part of me is different… and what if it changes the way they see me?”
The Santa Barbara News-Press has been heavily criticized for using the word “illegals” in a headline about undocumented immigrants applying for California driver’s licenses.
Jose Antonio Vargas, one of the most high-profile undocumented immigrants in the country, applied for his California driver’s license under a new law. 1.4 million immigrants are expected to submit applications during the next three years.
Rep. Steve King has been included on top talks about President Obama’s executive actions on immigration.