Census Bureau data show the number of foreign-born people rose by nearly a million in 2022 after years of little growth. Experts say the increase coincides with a gradual reboot of legal immigration.
Mayor Suyapa Jaqueline Trejo wanted music education for the youth of Macuelizo and a better quality of life for her town. Her municipality was strapped for cash. So she came up with a novel idea.
The Republican presidential field is the most diverse it has ever been, raising questions about race, identity and immigration for candidates of color in an overwhelmingly white party.
Immigrants have long been the backbone of restaurant kitchens. Now they're dominating the industry's top awards for chefs, with a majority of nominations going to immigrants or children of immigrants.
In a fascinating new study, a group of economists measures the impact of immigrants on American innovation.
Georgia's newest voters are large in number and highly engaged, according to a new report.
Many green card holders are still stuck outside of the country, worried about returning to their lives in the U.S. because of broad disruptions to the immigration system during the pandemic.
The Biden administration has ordered the Irwin County Detention Center in Ocilla and a second county jail in Massachusetts to stop housing immigrant detainees.
The Thompsons, originally from Jamaica, spent 843 days living in churches in Philadelphia to avoid deportation. Now they are free, but reentry comes with new challenges.
Many of them work in service industries —as cooks, Uber drivers, nursing aides— jobs that have been especially affected this past year. "I don't have money to pay rent," resident Mahlet Kassa says.
The 2020 election is expected to usher in a major shift in immigration enforcement — particularly in suburban Atlanta, where newly elected sheriffs are pledging to limit how they cooperate with ICE.
June 20 marks World Refugee Day. The United Nations defines refugees as people forced to flee their native countries "because of persecution, war or...
"Corridos" are a traditional form of storytelling through song, which became widely popular during the Mexican Revolution. They often tell stories of...
According to the American Immigration Council, about 25 percent of the nearly one million physicians who practice medicine in the United States were...
Last week, the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced it would halt its Legal Orientation Program, which provides legal advice and information to...