Trump Denies 'Deal' With Democrats On Young Immigrants, DACAIt was a bizarre turn of events for a president who's been inclined recently to turn to Democrats to jump-start legislative imperatives.
NAACP Leader Speaks With Union Workers On The Possible End To DACA ProgramSpeakers at Chicago's Labor Day rally downtown condemned Monday what they believe President Trump will do: end the DACA program.
Governor Signs Law Limiting Illinois Police On ImmigrationIllinois will limit how local and state police can cooperate with federal immigration authorities under a plan signed into law Monday by Gov. Bruce Rauner, a move that puts the first-term Republican at odds with his party on immigration issues.
Gov. Rauner Calls Immigration-Rights Bill ReasonableThe TRUST Act would limit Illinois law enforcement’s involvement in federal immigration control efforts.
2 Young Women From Honduras Ask For Asylum In The United StatesTwo young women from Honduras appeared before an immigration judge in Chicago on Wednesday, asking for asylum in the United States because they say they were sexually abused by family members in their homeland.
Undocumented Grandmother Of 10 Faces 'Appointment' With FedsGenoveva Ramirez, 67, is an undocumented immigrant who has lived in Chicago for nearly two decades.
'One Chicago' Launches, Gives Refugees Easy Access To City ServicesA new online campaign rolled out by Mayor Emanuel and other city officials sends a clear message to all Chicagoans: You are welcome here.
More Than 100 Immigrants Sworn In As New U.S. CitizensWednesday was a very important morning for more than 100 people celebrating their first hours as U.S. citizens.
For Some Victims Of Domestic Violence, There Is Another Fear: DeportationCBS 2’s Dana Kozlov explains how that’s keeping some victims from getting help.
Illinois Senate President Backs Bill That Protects ImmigrantsThe Illinois Senate is moving forward with legislation that would offer immigrants more protection from federal immigration authorities.
Immigrant Still In Custody Despite Judge's Ruling In Favor Of AsylumIt's been almost a week since an immigration judge in Chicago ruled that an 18-year-old from Singapore should be granted asylum here, but the teenager has yet to be released from federal custody.
Family Demands Investigation Into Immigration Agent's Shooting Of Chicago ManFederal authorities say an agent shot the 53-year-old man because he pointed a weapon as they tried to arrest another man.