Lundy Khoy faced deportation due to the 1996 immigration laws. Read more about her from the Immigrant Justice Network. There are two types of anniversaries: joyous ones commemorating forward progress, and devastating ones reminding us how much time has passed since an evil act. 2016 is a devastating anniversary for many families with immigrant connections.… Continue »

New Pieces from Jamelle Bouie and Gabe Ortíz Underscore Dangers of Normalizing Trump Candidacy As the chances of a Trump nomination seem increasingly likely, many in the GOP establishment have admittedly “warmed” to the idea of Trump as the party’s standard bearer.  Jamelle Bouie at Slate offers a stark reminder to the American people that we cannot let Trump’s… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Medium (Op-ed): 24 Of The Worst Things Donald Trump Has Ever Said By Gabe Ortíz Huffington Post: U.S. Hispanic Chamber Of Commerce Has Never Endorsed A Presidential Candidate. Now It’s Picking Two. By Elise Foley Wall Street Journal: Donald Trump Rally in California Draws Supporters, Protesters By… Continue »

Donald Trump used his primary wins earlier this week to perpetuate another myth about immigration — must be a day ending in “y”. “Just look at the record number of people right now that are pouring across the borders of this country, they’re pouring — excuse me, I just read it. And I read it… Continue »

Just Ask The Ohio Immigrant Families That Met With Him The Washington Post reported that the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce will endorse Ohio Governor John Kasich for President today.  From the Post: During a public forum with the candidates, the group’s president and CEO, Javier Palomarez, admitted that Kasich “doesn’t have a huge track record of… Continue »

Speaker Paul Ryan is trying to get some pats on the back for saying he prefers a path to legalization over mass deportation. “I’m a person who believes that for the undocumented, we have to come up with a solution that doesn’t involve mass deportation, that involves people the opportunity to get right with the… Continue »

Greenhouse: Conservative Justices Should “Understand Immigration Law for What it Is, Not What They Would Prefer it To Be” Longtime New York Times Supreme Court reporter and legal analyst Linda Greenhouse has written a must-read new analysis of the oral arguments before the Supreme Court in the U.S. v Texas case. In a piece that begins with the scathing line, “There… Continue »

Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.

English (en español al final de la página): Medium (Op-ed): After Supreme Court, What’s Next for Pro-Immigrant Movement By Lynn Tramonte The Hill: Latino voter registration spikes By Rafael Bernal Washington Post: Clinton, Kasich — not Cruz — endorsed by nation’s largest Hispanic business group By Ed O’Keefe Bloomberg: Trump Vows to Spearhead ‘America-First’ Foreign… Continue »

En inglés aquí. A partir de ahora hasta noviembre, el movimiento pro inmigrante tiene dos objetivos: organizarse para derrotar a los políticos que están en contra nuestra y estar listos para DAPA y la extensión de DACA. Con el repunte de Donald Trump, el debate migratorio entre los “líderes” políticos republicanos se ha reducido al nivel de bravucones… Continue »

In the latest of his must-read analyses on U.S. v Texas, David Leopold, an immigration attorney and former president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association,  examines how a 4-4 split decision at the Supreme Court could potentially undo the nationwide injunction against DAPA and DACA+. While Leopold remains convinced that the Republicans’ lawsuit will be dismissed on standing… Continue »