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Common themes amoung four immigration detention centers who held hunger strikes over the last month were poor medical conditions, inedible foods, and disregards for detainees' concerns.
Handwritten letters detailed indedible foods, harsh treatment, and lack of security as reasons for detainees to protest their living conditions.
Increased border security and the 2008 recession led many Hispanic laborers to leave farm jobs, leaving farmers struggling to make ends meet.
A study found that 12.8 percent of minority Texas voters didn't think they had proper voting ID, yet further inquiries found this number to be significantly lower.
The Republican presidential candidate, who staunchly opposes granting citizenship to undocumented immigrants, said he would ensure some 11 million people recieved legal status if he were elected president.
University demographers found a weak U.S. construction job market to be one of many reasons immigrants aren't crossing the border in record numbers anymore.
The newly formed U.S. Digital Service team released recommendations this week that would streamline a slow-moving immigration process.
The Criminal Alien Deportation Act would allow the Department of Homeland Security to deport arrested undocumented immigrants before their case reaches a judge.
Policies enacted in January target undocumented immigrants who are either convicted criminals, terrorist threats, or have no history in the United States after January 2014.
Undocumented children paying the $465 DACA application fee have contributed over $400 million in revenue for the U.S. economy since the Deferred Action program took effect.
Senate Bill 4 aims to cover millions of undocumented immigrants in California who would otherwise be vunerable under the Affordable Care Act.
A letter signed by Democratic lawmakers cites reports of physical violence and sexual misconduct in immigration centers, despite a recent Department of Homeland investigation finding no evidence of foul play.
Rallies stretched from Los Angeles to New York City on Tuesday as pro-immigration reform protestors marched in support of DAPA, President Obama's executive action that would have taken effect May 19.
Alondra Luna Nunez was mistakenly sent to the United States after a Mexican judge discredited evidence presented by her biological parents.
The Department of Justice has asked the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals to look over Presiden't Obamas immigration reform order, which would shiled millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation.