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by Brian Latimer States that passed anti-immigration legislation are losing out on Latinos who are not migrating to these areas — and this includes Hispanics born in the U.S. The University of Washington – Dartmouth study tracked interstate migration of U.S.-born Latinos, naturalized Latinos and non-citizen Latinos since 1995. Researchers […]

As the last day of the state legislative session approaches, the Georgia General Assembly is considering a set of proposed laws related to immigrants and immigration. The measures include creating a special driver’s card for some immigrants without legal status who have deferred action on deportation , SB 6, and requiring […]

Maybe it’s understandable that immigration reform remains stalled in Congress during an election year. And that the fate of President Obama’s executive actions on immigration before the U.S. Supreme Court remains unclear, especially in the aftermath of the death of Justice Antonin Scalia. But lawmakers in virtually every state in […]

Just as in virtually every other aspect of their dispute over federal immigration policy, the Obama Administration and 26 states are sharply at odds over the impact of a ruling the Supreme Court issued last week on the final decision day of the court’s term. The bottom line in that […]