1Topics / U.S.4/10/2011 00:59Immigration court: Troubled system, long waits
Every morning, they don their black robes, take their seats and listen to the pleas of a long line of immigrants desperate to stay in America.
2Topics / Texas1/11/2011 22:25Tension before opening arguments in Posada trial
immigration fraud trial for an anti-communist militant considered Fidel Castro's nemesis
3Topics / Education12/20/2010 01:40Students look to 2012 after immigration bill fails
Emboldened by months of phone calls to lawmakers, hunger strikes and sit-ins, a group of college students and graduates in Los Angeles say they plan to take their fight for immigrant rights to the states and the 2012 election.
4Topics / U.S.11/19/2010 22:12US hands over SKorean wanted for embezzlement
US immigration authorities have handed over to Seoul a South Korean national wanted for a multi-million dollar embezzlement in his native country, officials said Friday.
5Topics / U.S.9/2/2010 21:10+1US sheriff lashes Washington over immigration row
An Arizona sheriff accused the US administration of treating him as a "whipping boy" after Washington launched legal action over alleged discrimination against illegal immigrants.
6Topics / U.S.8/30/2010 22:07Predator drones to patrol entire US-Mexico border
The United States beginning Wednesday will add a third Predator drone to patrol its border with Mexico, allowing authorities for the first time to monitor the entire stretch of land separating the two neighbors using the unmanned aircraft.
7Topics / Latin America8/27/2010 21:20+2Migrants fearful of future in Mexico after massacre
Central American migrants stopping in Mexico City on the long journey to the United States were gripped with fear after hearing about this week's massacre of 72 migrants near the US border.
8Topics / U.S.8/22/2010 22:56+2Former AG: "Don't Tinker" With 14th Amendment
Alberto Gonzales isn't joining his Republican colleagues in calling for a review of the 14th Amendment's birthright citizenship provision.
9Topics / Europe8/19/2010 21:28France defends Roma crackdown amid fresh expulsions
France was set to repatriate nearly 140 more Roma on Friday, a day after scores were flown back to Romania under a controversial crackdown ordered by President Nicolas Sarkozy.
10Topics / U.S.8/18/2010 22:10US threatens to sue Arizona sheriff over immigration probe
The US government is ready to sue a prominent Arizona sheriff if he does not cooperate with an investigation into alleged discrimination against illegal immigrants, officials said Wednesday.