Category: Resources

Construction sector fights to retain foreign-born employees with citizenship schemes and other incentives Thomas Williams is a man on an unlikely mission. A white retired US naval officer living in Texas, he spends much of his time these days chasing…

Undocumented immigration is undoubtedly one of the major issues that the United States has to deal with. The U.S.’ status as a nation with plenty of job opportunities and better living conditions are some of the reasons why immigrants leave…

WASHINGTON, D.C. — To the left, the Obama administration’s record on illegal immigration has been an ongoing disappointment, with too many people deported, families torn apart and undocumented workers left hiding in the shadows. To the right, Obama has presided…

Once upon a time, coming to America almost always involved a dangerous voyage across an ocean, usually aboard a cold, cramped ship which, for many immigrants, was fraught with disease, hunger and violence. The vast majority of modern Americans’ ancestors…

As many as five million undocumented immigrants are waiting in limbo as the Supreme Court reviews challenges to President Obama’s 2014 executive actions, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parental Accountability (DAPA). But there’s one group…

The recent detentions of Central American youths by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents in North Carolina have sparked fear in the state’s Hispanic neighborhoods, where some 350,000 undocumented migrants live. “We’ve become ground zero in the immigration problem and…