Immigrants Disappointed In U.S. Supreme Court RulingMore than 4 million undocumented immigrants are open to possible deportation.
Rhetoric In Presidential Campaign Spurs Immigrants To Seek CitizenshipCongressman Luis Gutierrez and other advocates for immigrants said the race for president has prompted more immigrants than ever to go through the process and expense of applying for citizenship, either out of fear or to make their voices heard at the polls.
Immigration Reform And Refugee Rights Advocates Planning March To Republican, Democratic ConventionsAdvocates for immigration reform and refugee rights are planning to march from Chicago to the Republican and Democratic conventions this summer.
Immigrant Dad, Facing Deportation, Seeks Sanctuary In Chicago ChurchJose Juan Moreno has been in the U.S. illegally for 15 years. Now, he has settled into a sparse room at University Church in hopes of keeping his family together. CBS 2's Vince Gerasole reports.
Immigration Rights Activists March Through Loop Immigration rights activists rallied in the Daley Plaza and marched through the Loop, reports WBBM’s Bob Roberts.
Durbin Hoping Supreme Court Backs President's Immigration ActionsAs one of those who encouraged President Barack Obama to use his executive authority to shield millions of immigrants from deportation, U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin was hoping the Supreme Court would uphold the president’s initiative.
Immigrants' Rights Group Canvasses Albany Park Offering Advice For Undocumented ResidentsMembers of an immigrants' rights group went door-to-door Saturday in the Northwest Side Albany Park neighborhood.
Cupich: Politicians' Language 'Demeans Immigrants'Archbishop Blaise Cupich didn't mention Donald Trump by name, but he had some pointed words of criticism for politicians who use hateful language that Cupich says "demeans immigrants."
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.
Immigration Authorities Allow Detainee To Donate Kidney To SisterJazmine Longoria was reunited with her older brother, Argenis, on Thursday outside the immigration court building in the South Loop just after his release.
Rep. Quigley Says Attendance At Immigration Info Workshops DecliningWhile lawmakers in Washington continue to argue about immigration reform, some local representatives are trying to get people to attend a series of workshops being held across the state on the issue.
Rauner's Immigration Message Leaves Advocates PerplexedMore than two months after taking the reins of one of the nation's most immigrant-friendly states, Republican Gov. Bruce Rauner has offered mixed signals about his stance on immigration.