House Chairman Rejects 'Special' Citizenship PathThe chairman of the House Judiciary Committee on Monday rejected the idea of giving immigrants in the U.S. illegally a special pathway to citizenship, and said the Housemust chart its own course on immigration even if it never results in a bill President Barack Obama can sign.
Rubio Warns Obama Could Act To Legalize Immigrants Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio warned Tuesday that if Congress doesn't pass immigration overhaul legislation, President Barack Obama may act on his own to legalize the 11 million immigrants already in the U.S. illegally.
Some Immigrants Excluded From Health Care Overhaul President Barack Obama has championed two sweeping policy changes that could transform how people live in the United States: affordable health care for all and a path to citizenship for the 11 million immigrants illegally in the country.
Va., N.Y. 7-Eleven Stores Exploited Immigrants, Feds SayNine owners and managers of 7-Eleven stores across Long Island and in Virginia were charged on Monday in a scheme to exploit immigrants from Pakistan and the Philippines.
Mayor Gray Touts Undocumented Resident Licensing in Weekly Radio AddressIn his weekly radio address, Mayor Vincent C. Gray spoke about his efforts to allow people living in the U.S. illegally to get driver’s licenses in the nation’s capital.
Md. House Considers Immigrant Licensing BillA Maryland House panel is considering a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to continue to obtain driver's licenses.
US Army Offers Citizenship Track To Immigrants For Needed Skills While Congress debates immigration policy, the Army is offering a fast path to U.S. citizenship for some legal immigrants if they can fill certain critical jobs.
Study: Children Of Immigrants Have Academic AdvantageA new study finds that children of immigrants have an advantage in academics and school participation.
Homeland Security To Have Immigrant Exit Tracking System Ready Within 'Weeks'The Department of Homeland Security is finalizing its plan for a biometric data system to track when immigrants leave the United States and will present it to Congress within "weeks," a top department official told a House Homeland Security subcommittee Tuesday.