Gov. Brewer should stop fight against driver's licenses for some immigrants.
Brewer's last-minute attempt to keep dreamers from getting licenses is rejected.
Challengers given until noon to show why he should require AZ to give dreamers licenses.
Gov. Brewer shouldn't oppose driver's licenses for young immigrants.
When Jessica Garcia and Dario Andrade graduate this week from Pima Community College, they’ll do so with dreams of continuing their studies at the University of Arizona.
Nearly four years since Arizona passed what was then considered one of the toughest laws dealing with illegal immigration, the state is the first stop of a series of conferences to talk about how schools can help undocumented students.
Abdiel Gonzalez has always liked history.
Seven of the nine young adults who turned themselves in at the Morley Gate in Nogales two weeks ago will have their asylum cases heard before an immigration judge, their attorney said Monday.
PHOENIX - Nine activists in federal custody in Arizona for more than a week after attempting to cross the border from Mexico into the U.S. in protest of American immigration policy are awaiting word on whether they'll be granted asylum after interviews with authorities, organizers said Thursday.
Arizona representatives have joined colleagues in the House in a letter sent to President Obama asking him to use his discretion to allow the "Dream 9" to stay in the country.
CHICAGO - A small group protesting U.S. deportation policies is staging a sit-in at Rep. Luis Gutierrez's office in Chicago.
Organizers gathered in front of Rep. Raúl Grijalva’s office asking the U.S. government to release the so-called “Dream 9” who tried to come back into the country through the Nogales port of entry Monday.
NOGALES, Sonora - A group of nine young adults who lived in the United States without legal status spent most of Monday inside the offices of the DeConcini Port of Entry after they tried to come back in, seeking humanitarian parole.
PHOENIX - President Obama's decision last year to allow young people living in the U.S. illegally to stay and work marked the biggest shift in immigration policy in decades, hailed as a landmark step toward the American dream for a generation of immigrants.
Más de 100 personas asistieron el pasado 27 de febrero a El Pueblo Liberty Learning Center, muchos de ellos portando consignas en apoyo a la reducción de tarifas escolares para los jóvenes beneficiados con la Acción Diferida. El Colegio Comunitario Pima (PCC) aprobó cobrarles igual que a los…
Los presidentes de las tres universidades públicas de Arizona han expresado su apoyo para otorgar cuotas de residentes a estudiantes que entraron al país ilegalmente cuando eran niños y que ahora están protegidos de la deportación.
Danilo Andrade, right, holds up one of the signs brought by more than a hundred people packed into El Pueblo Liberty Learning Center during the Pima Community College meeting. Andrade qualifies under the new policy.
Dreams of an affordable higher education are about to come true for some young illegal immigrants who live in Pima County.
The TUSD Governing Board voiced its support late Tuesday for a Pima Community College proposal to grant in-state tuition to undocumented students under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, known as Dreamers.