The Justice Department filed a lawsuit on Thursday against Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County for not cooperating with an investigation into whether his department was systematically violating the rights of Hispanics. Continue »
The number of illegal immigrants living in the U.S. has dropped for the first time in two decades — decreasing by 8 percent since 2007, a new study finds. Continue »
Republican Gov. Jan Brewer and Democratic challenger Terry Goddard attacked each other's views on the economy and illegal immigration during a televised debate Wednesday night that will likely be the gubernatorial candidates' only face-to-face matchup before the election. Continue »
The U.S. risks a slow economy, fraud and a disenfranchised underclass, among other problems, if it renounces birthright citizenship. Countries that have done so have had to reconsider. Continue »
More than a third of Latino voters blame both parties in Congress for not trying hard enough to pass immigration reform, and Latino enthusiasm for voting in this year's mid-term elections is down, a new poll shows. Continue »
Please send a fax to Maine Senators Snowe and Collins to keep Selvin Arevalo, a hard-working DREAM student, from being deported. DREAM Act now! Continue »
New polling from Gallup shows that Republicans now have a sizable advantage over Democrats on a range of policy issues, including immigration. When asked if congressional Republicans or congressional Democrats would handle the immigration issue better, Gallup found that the public favors Republicans by a 50% - 35%... Continue »
A new study by the San Francisco Fed, highlighted by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg,  and Reuters, provides state-level proof that immigrants, well, make us richer. According to the author of the report: otal immigration to the United States from 1990 to 2007 was associated with a 6.6% to... Continue »
Religious leaders and activists in Maine ask their state's senators to protect DREAMers one and all; between the Arizona desert and the Tamaulipas massacre, crossing the border continues to be incredibly dangerous for immigrants; and even though more citizens are born to immigrants every day, and more naturalized citizens... Continue »