Colombian singer and songwriter Camilo is part of a new generation of artists achieving mainstream success en español. His latest album “Mis Manos” shows the U.S. and global audience is “crossing over” to Spanish-language music.
The Biden administration doesn't want to call the situation at the border a "crisis," but it's nothing less than that to the 18,170 unaccompanied minors in the custody of a government with only 13,500 beds in its shelters.
A rise in the number of unaccompanied minors found along the U.S. southern border is being reported a judge blocked the immediate removal of minors in mid-November based on CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of covid-19 at the border.
A federal judge handing another setback to the Trump administration in its efforts to indefinitely detain migrants in the U.S. The judge ruled that any immigrant arrested in the state of New York must be brought before a judge within 10 days, otherwise, they must be released from custody.
The US Border Patrol reached a legal settlement with two women who sued the agency because one of its agents stopped them for speaking Spanish. The incident happened in 2018 while the women were shopping in a store in Montana.
Prepare for the new American citizenship test with this free and interactive questionnaire in Spanish and English. If your naturalization aplication filing is on or after Dec. 1, 2020 you will have to take this version of the civics test.
The Trump administration has been notorious for its crackdown on legal and illegal immigration during the past four years. Now President-elect Joe Biden has promised to unroll some of President Trump's actions, but how challenging will this be? To discuss this, we spoke to Ali Noorani, president and CEO of the National Immigration Forum.
Along the U.S.-Mexico border, border patrol agents charged with enforcing immigration policy often take the time to snack on food that comes from the other side of the border. It's all part of an interconnected economy that often times knows no division between nations.
In California, authorities are investigating a human trafficking case in which ‘coyotes’ held a group of undocumented immigrants in a house until their families paid to release them. The police then launched an operation to rescue them. Here’s the story.
Several Cubans in ICE detention centers claim that guards forced them to sign documents saying they want to see their families. Some thought it was their family in Miami, but the documents actually referred to their families in Cuba - in effect, volunteering them for their own deportation.
Michael Benavides served in the U.S. military in the Gulf War. He suffered from post-traumatic stress when he returned home, but says he overcame it with assistance. Now he sees in the migrants' campground in Matamoros the same anxiety and desperation that he once felt.
A Honduran woman and her eight-year-old son were about to cross the Rio Grande when they were kidnapped in Reynosa. Her family paid a $12,000 ransom and they managed to reach the United States, but the U.S. government send them back to Mexico to wait while their asylum petition was processed.
In a new round of immigration raids, ICE arrested more than 100 immigrants in six states, mostly in the Midwest. Unlike the previous two operations, this third one was not just in so-called 'sanctuary' jurisdictions but also included several areas where, according to ICE, agents were looking for deportable immigrants with criminal records.
Along the U.S.-Mexico border, teenagers and other children are making the dangerous crossing on their own. More than 30,000 unaccompanied minors were arrested in the fiscal year 2020 (Oct 1, 2019-Sept 30, 2020). Here are the details.