- Grossman faults Coakley on immigrant licenses Updated: Mar-11-14 2:00 pm
- Migrants seek to enter US in San Diego protest Updated: Mar-10-14 7:36 pm
- Arizona hopes court will mull immigration law Updated: Mar-10-14 5:56 pm
- Immigrants could be affected by trespassing law Updated: Mar-08-14 4:46 pm
- Kansas City group asks ICE to return deported man Updated: Mar-06-14 10:49 pm
- Fla. high court: Immigrant can't get law license Updated: Mar-06-14 1:56 pm
- Supreme Court says immigrant can't get law license Updated: Mar-06-14 12:03 pm
- House panel bars funds for immigrant advocate Updated: Mar-05-14 8:53 pm
- Judge blocks rule canceling voter's registration Updated: Mar-05-14 7:43 pm
- Latino group leader: Obama is 'deporter in chief' Updated: Mar-04-14 8:52 pm
- Governor candidates support immigrant licenses Updated: Mar-04-14 8:35 pm
- SC immigration dispute could soon be over Updated: Mar-03-14 4:59 pm
- Justices decline to re-enter immigration debate Updated: Mar-03-14 3:39 pm
- Advocacy group targets House GOP on immigration Updated: Mar-03-14 3:26 pm
- Justices decline to re-enter immigration debate Updated: Mar-03-14 12:43 pm
- Several issues before lawmakers on Crossover Day Updated: Mar-02-14 2:25 pm
- Okla. business leaders call for immigration change Updated: Feb-27-14 3:13 am
- 2 Conn. residents settle deportation lawsuit Updated: Feb-26-14 10:52 pm
- Gov. Inslee signs immigrant financial aid bill Updated: Feb-26-14 8:59 pm
- 10,900 immigrants applied for license under policy Updated: Feb-26-14 8:20 pm
- Obama, Boehner meet for hour at White House Updated: Feb-25-14 6:02 pm
- Panel approves bill delaying guest worker program Updated: Feb-24-14 1:22 pm
- Ex-US Rep. Mel Reynolds deported from Zimbabwe Updated: Feb-24-14 3:53 am
- Ex-US congressman to reappear in Zimbabwe court Updated: Feb-20-14 1:01 pm
- Joe Arpaio to be interviewed in immigration case Updated: Feb-20-14 4:05 am
SAN DIEGO - Dozens of young migrants trying to cross from Mexico presented themselves to U.S. border inspectors without legal documents Monday, expressing frustration with the pace of efforts to overhaul U.S. immigration laws and protesting a growing number of deportations under President Barack Obama's watch.
PHOENIX - The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether to take up, once again, a piece of Arizona's immigration law.
PHOENIX - A proposal to expand Arizona's trespassing law drew accusations this week that it targets people living in the state illegally.
KANSAS CITY, Missouri - The 12-year-old daughter of a man recently deported from Kansas City tried to meet with immigration officials Thursday to plead for her father's return from Mexico, but she and an advocacy group helping the family said they were turned away after being told no one was available after showing up unannounced.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - The Florida Supreme Court has ruled that immigrants in the country illegally can't be given a license to practice law.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - The Florida Supreme Court says the Florida Bar can't admit immigrants who are in the country illegally.
WASHINGTON - The first immigration bill in the House this year would prohibit any money for the public advocate for immigrants in U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
DES MOINES, Iowa - Iowa Secretary of State Matt Schultz did not have the authority to create a new rule aimed at ridding voter registration rolls of voters who didn't appear to be U.S. citizens, a judge said Wednesday.
WASHINGTON - The president of a prominent Latino advocacy group called President Barack Obama the "deporter in chief," denouncing the administration's deportation of nearly 2 million immigrants.
CHICAGO - The Republican candidates for Illinois governor say they support a law allowing immigrants living in the U.S. illegally to get driver's licenses.
COLUMBIA, South Carolina - South Carolina prosecutors have acknowledged that their defense of several parts of the state's immigration law likely will not succeed, according to documents filed in court Monday.
PHILADELPHIA - A former Pennsylvania coal town and a Dallas suburb lost a lengthy battle to enact anti-immigrant laws Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear their appeals.
WASHINGTON - An advocacy group affiliated with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg launched a nationwide ad on Monday that implores House Republicans to act this election year on legislation overhauling the nation's immigration system.
PHILADELPHIA - A northeast Pennsylvania city that passed the first local anti-immigrant laws can't ever enact them after losing a U.S. Supreme Court battle.
ATLANTA - Monday marks a key deadline as bills must pass either the House or Senate to remain active for the last 10 days of the session. Known as Crossover Day, it marks the 30th day of the 40-day session.
OKLAHOMA CITY - More than a dozen Oklahoma business leaders are joining hundreds more nationwide urging Congress to pass an overhaul of the country's laws on immigration.
NEW HAVEN, Connecticut - Two Connecticut residents said Wednesday that they have reached a settlement with federal immigration officials in which deportation proceedings against the men were terminated in exchange for dismissal of claims they made in a lawsuit.
OLYMPIA, Washington - Gov. Jay Inslee signed a measure Wednesday that expands state college financial aid to students who don't have legal status in the United States.
ATLANTA - Nearly 10,900 immigrants granted temporary permission to remain in the U.S. under a federal policy aimed at people brought to the country illegally as children have applied for Georgia driver's licenses or permits since the policy took effect, state data shows.
WASHINGTON - Disentangled from showdowns or looming crises, President Barack Obama and House Speaker John Boehner held a rare one-on-one Oval Office meeting Tuesday addressing potential areas of common ground that could lay a foundation for more ambitious goals like immigration and trade that remain long shots for action this year.
SALT LAKE CITY - A state Senate panel voted on Monday to delay the start of a program allowing immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally to live and work in Utah if they register and pay a fine.
HARARE, Zimbabwe - Lawyers for former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds say he was deported to the U.S. after a paying a fine for violating Zimbabwe's immigration laws.
HARARE, Zimbabwe - The lawyer for former U.S. Rep. Mel Reynolds said Thursday his client needed more time to understand the "essential elements" of the charges he faces after he failed to enter a plea on charges of violating immigration law.
PHOENIX - Lawyers in a challenge to Arizona's 2010 immigration enforcement law are scheduled to interview Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio in a March 3 deposition.