The first leg of Mark Hainds's journey—1,010 miles of Texas borderlands—is the subject of a new documentary, La Frontera.
State curricula tend to place more emphasis on the experiences of families who entered Ellis Island in the early 1900s than those crossing into Arizona or fleeing Aleppo today.
A new policy could give immigrants leeway to stay in America if they're working on a successful startup company.
Since 2014, the city has shielded undocumented immigrants from federal enforcement, but Pennsylvania's senate race threatens to change all that.
Astrid Silva, the 28-year-old who addressed thousands on the first night of the Democratic National Convention, said a Clinton presidency would relieve some of the fear in being undocumented.
In Toledo, Ohio—just two hours away from the Republican National Convention—there's a thriving enclave of Middle Eastern immigrants.
A specialty visa program that helps Afghan translators who worked with the US military might not get renewed, leaving thousands without their promised reward.
Does the Supreme Court's 4-4 split on the president's executive actions on deportations mean those measures are definitely dead?
In the last few years, the number of Chinese immigrants caught crossing into the United States from Mexico at the San Diego border has skyrocketed.
A new report from a coalition of immigration lawyers claims that many of the families picked up in immigration raids have valid asylum cases that have yet to be heard.
Immigration judges in Atlanta denied 98 percent of asylum petitions last year—almost twice the national average.
Swedish politician Gulan Avci explains how her country should respond to a rise in male migrants.