Gov. Rauner Signs The Trust ActThe Trust Act is a bill that limits law enforcement's cooperation with federal immigration authorities.
New "Nada Nada" Ringtone Reminds Immigrants Of Their RightsThe “Nada Nada” campaign comes in the form of a ringtone; one that Ald. Danny Solis (25th) said serves as a reminder.
Teachers, Immigrants Mark International Workers' DayA number of demonstrations have been planned for May Day in Chicago, to celebrate worker and immigrant rights.
People Gather For 'Refugee Remix Rally' At Chicago's Trump TowerAround 100 activists, artists and clergy gathered to promote immigrant artists and to denounce the president's immigration policies.
Rick Bayless Eateries, Other Businesses Closing To Support ImmigrantsDozens of restaurants and other businesses were shutting their doors on Thursday, as part of a “Day Without Immigrants,” a nationwide protest against President Donald Trump’s immigration policies.
Rauner Calls Trump Travel Ban "Overly Broad" And "Hurried"Gov. Bruce Rauner on Friday said he believes President Donald Trump's executive order temporarily banning people from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the U.S. was "overly broad," and said the federal government should instead focus on comprehensive immigration reform.
AG Madigan Warns Of Immigration Scams After Executive OrdersImmigrants should beware of scam artists or “immigration service providers” pretending to be lawyers or demanding excessive upfront fees.
Hundreds Of Immigrants Turn Out For Citizenship WorkshopU.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-Ill) hosted the event, and said the immigrants were responding to a political climate of hate from Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Cupich: True Followers Of Christ Have Compassion For The UndocumentedChicago's new Catholic archbishop focused on the city’s undocumented workers as he marched in a solemn Good Friday procession through the Pilsen neighborhood.
Obama Expected In Chicago To Talk ImmigrationPresident Barack Obama is expected in Chicago to discuss his executive actions that could extend legal protection to as many as 5 million immigrants living in the U.S. illegally.
Emanuel "City Of Big Hearts ... Will Welcome" 1,000 Migrant ChildrenSix aldermen want the City Council to encourage non-profits in Chicago to house and support migrant children who have fled violence in Central America and crossed the border into the U.S.
Chicago Attorneys Provide Legal Assistance To Immigrant ChildrenAshley Huebner, an attorney with the National Immigrant Justice Center, told the story of one girl, now 18 years old, whose odyssey Huebner says is more or less typical.