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U.S. Delays Thousands of Immigration Hearings by Nearly 5 Years

The Justice Department has a special time reserved for thousands of immigrants awaiting their day in court: the day after Thanksgiving in 2019. Read more >

Colorado slashes funding for immigrant drivers licenses, shutters four of five offices

Colorado has dramatically slashed funding to its program granting driver's licenses to undocumented immigrants – making it almost impossible for any new applicants to receive an appointment before 2016. Read more >

Fears of immigration policy change triggers new wave of Cuban migrants

President Obama’s opening to Cuba has accelerated a surge in Cuban migration to the United States, the latest U.S. statistics show, as many on the island grow worried that America’s long-standing immigration benefits for Cubans are now in jeopardy.

Gaza in Arizona: How Israeli High-Tech Firms Will Up-Armor the US-Mexico Border

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Map: Here's How the President's Actions on Immigration Will Impact Your State

"Passions still fly on immigration, but surely we can all see something of ourselves in the striving young student, and agree that no one benefits when a hardworking mom is snatched from her child, and that it’s possible to shape a law that upholds our tradition as a nation of laws and Read more >

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View on Migration: UN takes refugees’ fingerprints

Obama largely avoids immigration in State of the Union

In his seventh State of the Union speech Tuesday, President Barack Obama largely avoided the topic of immigration reform, a top domestic priority during his first six years in the White House. Read more >

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Nativist Lawsuit on the Texas Border

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Michael McCaul to pitch border bill to Republican Study Committee

House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Michael McCaul is headed to the Republican Study Committee next week to pitch his hot-off-the-presses border security bill to the core group of House conservatives.

An RSC spokeswoman confirmed that McCaul will speak at next week’s meeting, and the moves signal some sort of activity on the immigration front from congressional Republicans, aside from votes to gut President Barack Obama’s executive actions. McCaul has said he would do a border-security bill since last month. Read more >