As grassroots groups continue to mount protests for immigration reform and in support of those who have been detained already in civil-disobedience actions, Mexican President Felipe Calderón’s White House visit presents a diplomatic opportunity for the White House to discuss reform.

As activists calling for for comprehensive immigration reform and against Arizona’s new law SB 1070 grow increasingly frustrated with federal inaction, protests continue to erupt across the country everywhere from Department of Homeland Security headquarters to sports stadiums.

In the wake of Univision’s televised town-hall debate on Friday and the release of new polling data on U.S. Hispanics’ take on immigration issues, the Spanish-language press looks toward a visit to the Capitol from Mexican President Felipe Calderón to discuss Arizona SB 1070 and the fate of undocumented immigrants.

The Spanish-language media cover a visit paid to Senator John McCain (R-AZ) by religious leaders from his state. Meanwhile, as a candidate for governor of Florida says he’d like to pass a law like Arizona’s SB 1070, the boycott of that state for passing the law rolls on.

As city councils join the Arizona boycott over SB 1070 and public officials continue to denounce the law, the Spanish-language media reports that the state has doubled down on offensive legislation. Also, Univision promotes the national town hall it is hosting on Friday.

Today, the Spanish language press reports on various developments within U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), after director Alejandro Mayorkas testified before the Senate. The backlash against Arizona over criminalization bill SB 1070 continues to dominate the news cycle, and columnists look at the Republican Party’s attitude toward immigration reform.

The Spanish-language press reports on a poll showing that residents of “red states” support immigration reform, but Horge Ramos says reform will only happen this year if Barack Obama puts “the full weight of the presidency” behind it. Meanwhile, Senator Bob Menendez (D-NJ) wants baseball’s All-Star Game to join the Arizona boycott in protest of SB 1070.

The press covers a telephonic press conference on the “state of play” for immigration reform, mothers ask Michelle Obama to help stop separating families, and Chuck Schumer wants Arizona to put off implementation of SB 1070 for a year.

The Spanish-language press covers yesterday’s Cinco de Mayo celebration at the White House. Meanwhile, the outcry against Arizona law SB 1070 continues, with city and state governments condemning the law.

The Spanish-language press covers yesterday’s presentation of the OTHLI Awards, given by the Mexican government to individuals who work on behalf of Mexicans abroad, in addition to backlash in the United States and abroad against Arizona SB 1070.