Press Releases

03/04/14 | After its latest judicial setback, the anti-immigrant movement’s strategy for long-term victory is in disarray. The centerpiece of their strategy, developed by Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach, Mark Krikorian at the Center for Immigration […] | Read More »

03/03/14 | With Backing of Hardline Anti-Immigrant Movement, House Judiciary Committee Set to Mark Up Rep. Diane Black’s Bill to Eliminate Outreach Position Speaker John Boehner’s recent assertion that the House likely would not address immigration before […] | Read More »

03/03/14 | House Republicans have openly acknowledged that short-term political considerations are the main reason for their inaction on immigration reform.  They seem intent on avoiding “intraparty drama” ahead of the 2014 midterm elections in the interest […] | Read More »

02/28/14 | The Fallout of Washington Inaction on Full Display Across the Country Between legislative victories at the state level, escalating pressure from faith leaders, and an ever growing and increasingly powerful Latino electorate, the broader movement […] | Read More »

02/28/14 | New Department of Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson has his work cut out for him when it comes to immigration enforcement.  As Brian Bennett of Los Angeles Times highlights in a new story, entitled, “Border […] | Read More »

02/27/14 | Big news out of Colorado yesterday.  Republican Congressman Cory Gardner will enter the Senate race to challenge Sen. Mark Udall (D-CO).  This sets up one of the few competitive 2014 Senate races where immigration could […] | Read More »

02/26/14 | Immigration is Mobilizing Key Electorates in the State   A new report by Latino Decisions about the growing Hispanic vote in Texas outlines opportunities and challenges for both the Democratic Party and the GOP.  Although […] | Read More »

02/25/14 | President Obama met with Speaker of the House John Boehner (R-OH) earlier today, with immigration one of the topics they apparently discussed.  In fact, the President and Speaker have some things in common on the […] | Read More »

02/21/14 | Congressional Inaction, the Fallout for Families, and the Movement Behind Immigration Reform Relief is Coming, The Only Question is Whether it’s Administrative or Legislative Every day 1,00 immigrants, including people who would qualify for legal […] | Read More »

02/21/14 | In an interview with the Washington Post’s Greg Sargent, Florida Republican Rep. Mario Diaz-Balart (R-FL) states that immigration reform legislation that can attract bipartisan support and pass the House is nearly completed – calling into […] | Read More »

02/21/14 | National and local editorial boards and faith leaders are calling on House Republican leadership to drop the excuses and move immigration forward, citing policy, political, and moral reasons: Wall Street Journal Criticizes “GOP Immigration Duck”: […] | Read More »

02/20/14 | Notorious anti-immigrant extremist Rep. Steve King (R-IA) is again making incendiary immigration comments, while crowing about his role in setting the congressional direction on immigration policy.  Like nearly everything associated with Steve King, his latest […] | Read More »

02/20/14 | Speaking at a forum in Reno yesterday, Nevada Republican Senator Dean Heller stated, “I believe as I stand in front of you today, if you put comprehensive immigration reform on the floor of the House of […] | Read More »

02/18/14 | And Why Relentless Demographics & Political Implications Will Win Out Below, America’s Voice offers our assessment of some of the recent developments in the immigration reform debate. Three reasons why the Republicans’ latest excuses for […] | Read More »

02/14/14 | Pollsters and Strategists Discuss Political Costs of Immigration Delay for GOP With House Republican leadership refusing to schedule a vote on immigration reform in the House, the Party’s image among Latinos, Asians, and immigrants remains […] | Read More »

02/14/14 | George Will and Rob Jesmer Sound the Alarm Conservative intellectual George Will, the widely-read syndicated columnist, and Republican political operative Rob Jesmer, former executive director of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC), are in agreement […] | Read More »

02/13/14 | Much like the debt ceiling vote of two days ago, if House Republican leadership were to bring up immigration reform for a vote it would pass with mostly Democratic and some Republican votes.  But are […] | Read More »

02/12/14 | While Spanish-language media is furious at the House GOP’s latest excuse for not passing immigration reform, liberal commentators are ridiculing Speaker Boehner and his timidity in the face of the House Tea Party/conservative/Steve King wing. Yesterday, both Jon […] | Read More »