Among hypothetical plans laid out by conservative radio host Jan Mickelson are tent cities for undocumented immigants and a forced labor program where they would build a wall across the U.S.-Mexico border.
The Criminal Alien Deportation Act would allow the Department of Homeland Security to deport arrested undocumented immigrants before their case reaches a judge.
Senate Bill 4 aims to cover millions of undocumented immigrants in California who would otherwise be vunerable under the Affordable Care Act.
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.
Texas is that lastest state to propose legislation allowing driver's permits to undocumented immigrants.
Gov. Scott Walker continues to flip flop on immigration reform, recently claiming he won't support a pathway to citizenship until the borders are more secure.
On Wednesday, Federal authorities rejected the design proposed by California for driving licenses which will be given to undocumented immigrants in the U.S., under the argument that they were not sufficiently distinguishable from the normal ones, which could lead to security problems.
The Government of Illinois will grant temporary driving licenses to undocumented immigrants starting on December, according to news agency EFE.
Illinois state authorities warned immigrants about possible cons when trying to obtain a driver's license.
The "Trust Act" law approved in California in 2012 finally went into effect on Jan. 1, 2014 in what many have described as one of the most significant victories for the Latino community in the US.
On Wednesday, House Speaker John Boehner said that an immigration reform bill would not pass the House this year. However, Sen. Schumer is still hopeful that it could pass this year or early next year.
The AFL-CIO released a series of ads urging Latinos to contact GOP representatives to support comprehensive immigration reform.
In an exclusive interview with Latinos Post, National Council of La Raza (NCLR)’s senior immigration legislation analyst Laura Vazquez discussed the future of immigration reform.
In the first 8 months of 2013, 311 immigration laws were approved in 43 states in the United States, revealed a recent report by the National Conference of State Legislatures. However, the organization pointed out that not all of these laws have been made to "punish" undocumented immigrants in the country.