Chicago's Undocumented Wonder: What Will Happen To My Children?Immigration advocates say fear of deportation is widespread. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Not Everyone On Board With Feds' Deportation PlanThe Department of Homeland Security's move to deport more undocumented immigrants is getting a mixed reaction in Chicago.
Army Veteran Facing Deportation Fighting For CitizenshipMiguel Perez, 38, and a Chicagoan, was in the country legally when he joined the Army in 2001. And he was under the mistaken impression that his military service automatically made him a citizen.
Advocates Plead For Leniency As War Veteran With Drug Conviction Faces DeportationAfter 9/11, Miguel Perez embraced the Army's ideals: loyalty, duty, respect, selfless service, honor, integrity and courage. CBS 2's Audrina Bigos reports.
Turkish Restaurant Owner Granted Reprieve From DeportationA restaurant owner from southwestern Michigan has been given a temporary reprieve from deportation, which had been looming over the Christmas weekend until a last-minute delay on Wednesday.
More Than A Dozen Children Plead For Immigration Officials To Release Their FathersWBBM's Mariam Sobh reports the children waived American flags as they said the Pledge of Allegiance.
Man Facing Deportation Allowed To Stay To Donate Kidney To SisterThe pleas of a 23-year-old Chicago woman in need of a kidney have been answered, reports WBBM's Mike Krauser.
Man Facing Deportation Might Get To Stay To Give Kidney To Sick SisterJazmin Longoria-Lara looked exhausted Wednesday as she stood in front of the Lincoln United Methodist Church in Pilsen, hoping U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials would hear her pleas for help. Jazmin has been on dialysis three times a week for four years, and needs a kidney transplant.
In Need Of New Kidney, Woman Tries To Stop Brother's DeportationA 23-year-old Chicago woman in need of a life-saving kidney transplant was asking an immigration judge to spare her brother from deportation, because he might be her last hope.
Gutierrez: Immigration Activists "Will Not Be Deterred" By Court SetbackCongressman Luis Gutierrez and other immigration activists in Chicago denounced a federal judge’s decision blocking President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration, but remained undeterred in their support for overhauling the nation’s immigration system.
Durbin Predicts Senate Floor Battle Over ImmigrationLast week, Senate Democrats were able to fend off a Republican attempt to force the Obama administration to stop delaying deportations - a practice known as the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).
Immigrant Moms Ask Quinn To Pardon Their HusbandsA pair of immigrant mothers trying to keep their families together visited the Thompson Center on Monday, hoping for an audience with Gov. Pat Quinn – or, better yet, a pardon for their husbands.

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