First lady Michelle Obama is spending Tuesday in New Orleans, where she is scheduled to address the nation’s largest Latino advocacy and civil rights organization.
Divided on immigration, House Republicans bluntly challenged President Barack Obama’s willingness to secure the nation’s borders on Wednesday, and appeared unimpressed by George W. Bush’s advice to carry a “benevolent spirit” into a debate that includes a possible path to citizenship for millions.
Former President George W. Bush says national immigration reform must be guided by a “benevolent spirit” and an understanding of the contribution of immigrants to the country.
Agricultural Leaders Plead With Congress For Immigration Bill With More Lenient Rules For Hiring Farm Workers
From Christmas tree growers in the Appalachians to Wisconsin dairy farmers and producers of California’s diverse abundance of fruits and vegetables, agricultural leaders are pleading with Congress for an immigration bill that includes more lenient and less complex rules for hiring farm workers.
Former President George W. Bush believes the latest immigration reform legislation has a chance to get through Congress.
Comprehensive immigration legislation passed by the Senate would reduce illegal immigration into the U.S. by one-third to one-half beyond what would happen under existing law, the Congressional Budget Office said Wednesday.
The immigration debate is shifting to the Republican-led House, where lawmakers have shown little appetite for the large-scale, comprehensive approach their Senate colleagues embraced last week.
After being interviewed by a federal immigration officer earlier this year, Catriona Dowling was told her Irish spouse would have been given a green card — if she were a man.
The focus is on the House after the Senate passed historic immigration legislation that would provide a path to citizenship for 11 million immigrants in the country illegally.
Ariz. Sues Community Colleges Over Reduced Tuition To Immigrants Granted Deferred Deportation By Obama
Arizona filed a lawsuit Tuesday to block one of the nation’s largest community college systems from providing reduced tuition to young immigrants granted deferred deportation by the Obama administration.