Mitt Romney, who has some of the most extreme positions on immigration in this campaign, has decided to take advantage of his Mexican roots.
GOP candidates for president want to deny the dreams of so many young undocumented immigrants who want to give back to the country they call home.
Republicans strenuously avoid talking about immigration whenever anyone is looking for a real solution, but eagerly exploit the issue when they need Latino votes.
In a Florida debate, Mitt Romney says he wants undocumented immigrants to self-deport -- meaning his goal is the mass removal of millions of immigrants.
DREAMer asks Romney "I'm undocumented. I want to know then, why are you not supporting my dream?"
Mitt Romney gleefully accepts the endorsement of Kris Kobach, a virulently anti-immigrant leader who wrote Arizona's infamous "papers, please" law.
A new regulation will allow certain visa applicants to file their applications for family unity waivers while they are still lin the U.S.
The Republican Party's stance on immigration—and what it means for its candidates' ability to compete for Latino voters—is shaping up as one of the major storylines this election cycle.
DOJ announces evidence of years-long investigation, castigates Arpaio. DHS revokes Maricopa County's 287(g) agreement.