Fifteen months into Donald Trump’s campaign for president, one could argue that we know less about his stance on immigration than we did on Day One.
The Court’s non-decision is a heartbreak for millions of families, destabilizes untold numbers of businesses and wastes valuable law enforcement resources.
As Donald Trump advocates for the mass deportation of 11 million undocumented immigrants, Republicans would do well to heed the lessons of Proposition 187.
The most drawn out campaign cycle in history, too many presidential hopefuls are addressing immigrants and immigration with proclamations designed to grab headlines and fire up...
When it comes to immigration, the GOP fight for the nomination is officially a race to the bottom.
News reports would have you believe the courts are an insurmountable obstacle for President Obama’s executive action on immigration. Not so fast.
Republican leadership should seize the opportunity to get credit for creating a new immigration process that works.
We need immigration reform that celebrates freedom and hard work — and that honors our history as both a nation of laws and a nation of immigrants.
As Congress turns its attention to immigration reform, leaders across the political spectrum recognize that a new immigration process must include a road to legal status.
Improving our nation’s immigration process is not a Latino challenge but an American challenge.