Civil rights groups are making a last-ditch effort this afternoon to keep a key provision of the state's immigration law from being enforced as early as next week.
Every year, the Department of Homeland Security releases statistics showing how many deportations its enforcement agencies -– Immigration and Customs, the Border Patrol -- have carried out in the previous year.
A federal judge gave the go-ahead Wednesday for the state to enforce a key provision of SB 1070. But that is not the last word on whether it is legal.
A federal judge cleared the way today for the state to start enforcing the most sweeping provision of its 2010 immigration law.
A federal judge this morning questioned a bid by civil rights groups to get her to again block the state from enforcing a key provision of a 2010 law aimed at illegal immigrants.
Young undocumented immigrants in Arizona who began the day celebrating a new federal policy for deportation relief ended the day protesting.
A move by Gov. Jan Brewer to deny driver licenses to illegal immigrants in the federal government's deferred action program may not be legal.
Gov. Jan Brewer moved today to block those who take advantage of the Obama administration's deferred prosecution program for illegal immigrants from getting public benefits or even driver licenses.
In Nogales Arizona, the latest news on the US/Mexico border is… robotic.
The National Center for Border Security and Immigration has a new virtual border patrol agent.
Meet the AVATAR, or Automated Virtual Agent for Truth Assessments in Real-Time.
(Sound of AVATAR greeting: "Hello, I am AVATAR")
He’s bilingual, friendly, professional, and a computer.
His face smiles at you from a touch-screen kiosk.
Travelers who frequently cross the border can apply for something called the Trusted Travelers program.
The United States will begin accepting applications tomorrow for qualifying illegal immigrants to be granted a two year reprieve from deportation.