Ohio court rules in favor of deported Mexican mother of four; case to be reopened
A federal appeals court in Cincinnati asked immigration officials to reconsider the case, citing death threats from a cartel that were not previously taken into account.
What does Trump mean when he talks about 'chain migration'?
Trump has repeatedly said they’ll be no deal on DACA without also addressing “chain migration,” the practice of family members migrating to reunite with family. What does the buzzword actually mean?
Congress moving closer to a bipartisan immigration deal
Any potential deal for Dreamers now appears to rest on how much border security both sides are willing to go along with.
Salvadorans with TPS are a powerful economic engine with strong family ties in the U.S.
Many of these immigrants have been in the U.S. for almost 20 years and 88% participate in the labor force. They have created thousands of jobs and have about 273,000 U.S.-born children.
"We'd have a better life there": without TPS, this Salvadoran plans to head to Canada
Veronica Lagunas would prefer to move north before becoming undocumented. The neighboring country has become a destination for those who fear President Trump’s immigration policies.
Photographic journey captures images of Dreamers across the U.S.
After the Trump administration announced the end of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, which shields 800,000 young undocumented immigrants from deportation, French artist JR led a project that captured portraits of Dreamers across the U.S. Two photo-booth trucks made several stops so that undocumented youth could add their faces to the series. Univision News followed the journey.
More than 37,000 Cubans face deportation, but they don't seem too worried
Most of them ended up on the deportation list because they broke the law. Unlike most immigrants they don't expect ICE to come looking for them. Experts explain why.
UCLA students analyzed Trump's tweets and speeches as part of DACA lawsuit
A study by students from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), examined 347 speeches and 7,000 tweets by Trump where he referred to immigrants. They found that his use of pejorative adjectives discriminates against Hispanics. The analysis is part of a lawsuit filed in court last week by pro-DACA advocates.
In photos: UCLA study provides legal evidence of how Donald Trump discriminates against immigrants
Hundreds of messages from speeches and tweets by Trump were analyzed by UCLA students. They concluded the president's words are loaded with a clear anti-immigrant sentiment.
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos writing "manifesto" on immigration
In a new book, Ramos is combining his own story of emigrating from Mexico with a critique of Trump's policies.
Mexican reporter in decade-long U.S. asylum battle narrowly thwarts deportation, vows to fight on
A Mexican reporter who has sought asylum in the United States for nearly 10 years was about to be deported to Mexico with his son last week before his lawyer intervened. He remains in detention in El Paso while his case is being reviewed. He says he will go on hunger strike rather than face deportation, saying his life depends on winning asylum.
Rise in U.S. immigrants from Central America outpaces rest, study finds
The number of U.S. Mexican immigrants decreased by 6%, from 2007 to 2015, according to a new survey of U.S. Census data by the Pew Research Center. Overall, the total U.S. immigrant population increased by 10% during those years.
In photos: The security guards who terrorize migrants on La Bestia
Criminal complaints, testimonies and exclusive documents obtained by Univision reveal that in the last three years more than 300 migrants who were heading to the United States were attacked aboard the notorious train known as La Bestia (The Beast). Many of the victims blame armed guards from a mysterious security company, CUSAEM, operating on behalf of the State of Mexico.
Virginia election provides Democrats with recipe for Latino vote in 2018
Latino Democrats rode to victory on Tuesday with a "going local" strategy. Activists say the key to success was recruiting a new crop of progressive candidates in state races, as well as a 'Trump effect' which saw angry voters mobilized to push back against policies that criminalize immigrants.
The deportees who want to 'Make El Salvador Great Again'
This year alone, the Salvadoran government expects to receive 30,000 deportees from the U.S. and Mexico. Contrary to popular belief, the majority of them will not be violent criminals. These English teachers are working for a brighter future.