Should cities help deport undocumented immigrants?
When it comes to undocumented immigrants should local law enforcement cooperate with federal immigration officers?
How the California state budget helps undocumented immigrants fight deportation
The 2018-18 California state budget earmarks $31 million for UC, CSU, community colleges and the Department of Social Services to hire attorneys to help young immigrants fight deportation.
Legislators Unveil 10 Bills to Help Undocumented Immigrants
California state legislators introduced a package of 10 bills designed to protect undocumented immigrants while immigration reform is stalled in Congress.
What activists missed in their fight to legalize undocumented immigrants
Ali Noorani, author of “There Goes the Neighborhood” who appears at Books & Books in Coral Gables on Thursday, writes that activists missed the rise of an angry American population that helped elect Donald Trump as president.
ICE raids on undocumented immigrants set to start Sunday in 10 cities
ICE raids on undocumented immigrants are set to start this Sunday in 10 cities, targeting some 2,000 families. NBC reporter Julia Ainsley has the details.
Voices: How violent are undocumented immigrants?
MIAMI - The war over illegal immigration in this country has, unfortunately, usually been fought through hyperbole. Undocumented immigrants who are valedictorians of their high schools classes are held up
Should California provide health care to all undocumented immigrants? Influencers weigh in
There is a real and direct cost, especially at the local level, to not providing adequate health care and coverage to undocumented immigrants.
How private donors are making college dreams a reality for undocumented immigrants
Tennessee doesn’t allow undocumented residents brought to the US as children to qualify for in-state tuition. But that doesn’t mean private donors can’t help them go to college.
New Short Film educates Undocumented immigrants on what to do if arrested
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), the largest immigrant rights organization based in California, just released "America; I Too", the second short film in a series of films addressed to help illegal immigrants, starring Academy Award nominee Barkhad Abdi.
Why Did We Ever Call Undocumented Immigrants 'Aliens'?
We look at the history of the word as it's removed from California's legal lexicon.
Covered California Weighs New Way to Insure Undocumented Immigrants
Covered California officials are looking into a way that the state might be able to offer health insurance coverage to immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally and are now barred from obtaining covera
POLL: How will deporting undocumented immigrants affect California’s housing market?
California wants to offer Medicaid to undocumented immigrants. How much would it cost?
If the plan is approved, it could see as many as 90,000 low-income undocumented immigrants between the ages of 19 and 25 become eligible for Medicaid.
10 things you can do right now to help undocumented immigrants
In recent weeks, numerous reports have surfaced about the horrifying conditions at migrant detention centers in America. Meanwhile, on June 22, President Trump postponed nationwide ICE raids he had announced less than a week prior. On June 28, the…
What Illinois Offers Undocumented Immigrants
Even as President Donald Trump cracks down on immigration, Illinois is expanding services available to them. What services are – and aren’t – available to undocumented immigrants.
20 undocumented immigrants found inside tractor trailer
The U.S. Border Patrol found more than a dozen undocumented immigrants in a tractor trailer Tuesday.A news release states agents in Hebbronville were conducting an inspection at a checkpoint on Farm to Market Road 1017, when a service canine gave an alert
What can undocumented immigrants expect if they're arrested?
Jeff Jurewicz says unanswered questions can fuel fear.
Why Undocumented Immigrants Choose to Pay Income Taxes
The IRS created a program in 1996 that allows non-citizens residing in the USA who are earning money to report their income. Most undocumented immigrants have decided it’s worth the risk to document themselves as law-abiding taxpayers so they will have good standing legally and socially if one day amnesty—and with it, permanent legal status—is offered by the federal government.
How to best support undocumented immigrants in your life