In 2015, immigration continues to be an issue between leading democrats and republicans that is reminiscent of the Obama and Bush terms of presidency
a federal judge in Texas ruled on Friday that the state may continue to refuse to issue birth certificates to the U.S.-born children of undocumented immigrants
Congress reached a late decision for short term funding of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and approved short term funding to avoid a shut down.
President Barack Obama asks the court to restart amnesty as millions of undocumented aliens await a final decision on Obama’s executive action.
President Obama has publicly announced that he will delay use of executive order to enact immigration reform until after the November 2014 elections.
President Obama plans to release details on his executive orders over current U.S. immigration system which includes deportation and green card reform.
President Obama has not revealed whether he will pursue the use of executive authority to ignite change in comprehensive immigration reform.
The White House has recently released news that President Obama may employ the use of executive order to make major changes to the U.S. immigration system.
The crisis at the U.S./Mexican border continues to worsen. President Obama’s request for immediate financial aid has been met with opposition by the GOP.
Tensions over U.S. border control continue to escalate. President Barack Obama has called the current state of affairs a “crisis” and is seeking aid.
President Obama has publicly called attention to the need for aid for U.S. border control highlighting the need to protect children and update facilities.
Politicians and political analysts alike are saying that an overall weakness in the GOP’s political strategy is that the party may not be paying enough attention to the Hispanic demographic.