Diana Aguilar, 23, waits for a bus on July 22, 2014 in San Pedro Sula, Honduras after being deported from the United States. Illustrates IMMIG-DEPORT (category i), by Joshua Partlow (c) 2014, The Washington Post. Moved Saturday, July 26, 2014. (MUST CREDIT: Washington Post photo by Joshua Partlow)
People deported from the United States register at the airport in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, on Tuesday. They are given toiletries, basic foodstuffs and a stipend for bus fare home.
St. Louis police officers stand outside the Cherokee Place Business Incubator on Cherokee Street in St. Louis after a triple murder and suicide on Thursday, June 13, 2013. Photo by J.B. Forbes firstname.lastname@example.org
DES MOINES, Iowa — Days after they were badly hurt in a car accident, Jacinto Cruz and Jose Rodriguez-Saldana lay unconscious in an Iowa hospital while the American health care system weighed what to do with the two immigrants from Mexico.
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.
Líderes comunitarios le están pidiendo al ayuntamiento que cree una oficina de inmigración como el paso siguiente a la proclamación que hizo el Concejo en la que afirma que Tucsón es una "Ciudad que Acoge al Inmigrante".
The following editorial appeared Sunday in the Washington Post: