As the Supreme Court is just weeks away from hearing oral arguments in the United States v. Texas immigration case, an immigrant family in Virginia is ready to show just how personal the stakes are right now. On Monday, the Pinto family will break bread with Rep. Don Beyer... Continue »
A new project is highlighting the 30th anniversary of historic immigration reform legislation. Passed by a bipartisan Congress and signed by Republican President Ronald Reagan in November 1986, the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) put some three million undocumented immigrants on a path to legalization. To commemorate the... Continue »
In Mexico, legislators have hung an enormous banner outside the Senate building criticizing the Republican Party’s presumptive nominee for President, Donald Trump. The banner — reading “Mexico Contra Trump,” or “Mexico Against Trump” — was launched by Senate Leader Miguel Barbosa, and follows a symbolic, unanimously-passed proposal banning Trump... Continue »
Today's must-read top immigration news from around the country.
English (en español al final de la página): Washington Post: Most U.S. voters view immigrants positively. Most Trump voters don’t. By Pamela Constable Washington Post: Trump would be least-popular major-party nominee in modern times By Philip Rucker and Robert Costa Huffington Post: Labor Union’s Donald Trump endorsement draws fire... Continue »