The Supreme Court struck down three of four provisions in the controversial Arizona immigration law Monday in a 5-3 decision. But what it left was what Arizona State Rep. John Kavanagh called the law's "heart and soul."
The US Supreme Court has backed checks on the immigration status of people stopped or arrested in Arizona, while striking down key parts of a tough law critics branded as racial profiling.
In Orlando, Fla., on Thursday, Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney reached out to Latino voters in an effort to win over their support, especially in crucial swing states. Romney, for the first time, signaled his willingness to confer legal status on illegal immigrants who came to the country at a young age and earn a college degree.
As the economy has shifted and job market has changed, fewer Hispanics are coming to the United States. But, at the same time, growth in immigration from Asia has continued, so much so that Asians now make up the largest share of new immigrants to the United States.
The controversial Arizona immigration law that was largely put on hold because of court action should receive a final verdict any day now. In the next two weeks, the U.S. Supreme Court is expected to issue a verdict in that case as well as one in the case of President Barack Obama's healthcare reform law.
11th grade student-author Edwin Soto talks with The World's Jason Margolis about the challenges and opportunities of being a young immigrant from the Dominican Republic in the United States.
Undocumented immigrants brought to the United States by their parents before the age of 16 are about to get a reprieve from the threat of deportation that's long hung over their heads. The Obama administration announced a new proposal to suspend deportations of specific immigrants and grant them work authorization.
There's a little brown condiment bottle known as Maggi seasoning, and for many immigrants, it's the taste of home. But home might be the Philippines, Burundi, Poland, or Austria. They all claim Maggi for their own.
The Frenchman Alexis de Tocqueville arrived in Detroit in 1831 and foreigners are sill attracted to the city.
New York state legislator Adriano Espaillat is trying to become the first Dominican-born Congressman in US history. His challenge: defeat 20-time incumbent Charles Rangel.