Thousands Expected At Immigration, Transgender Protests In ChicagoProtests about transgender rights and immigration are expected to take place in Boystown and the Loop on Saturday.
Cook County State’s Attorney Creates Immigration Fraud HotlineCook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx announced Friday the creation of a new hotline for residents to call if they have been the victim of fraud as a result of their immigration status.
CPS Official To Principals: Do Not Cooperate With Immigration AuthoritiesIn a letter to principals released Tuesday evening, Chief Education Officer Janice Jackson wrote, "To be very clear, CPS does not provide assistance in the enforcement of civil immigration law."
25 Immigrants Are Now American CitizensThey came to America from 15 different nations, but 25 immigrants are now American citizens.
Protesters Return To Trump Tower And March To Federal PlazaOne month after President Trump's inauguration, hundreds gathered near Trump Tower in Chicago to once again demonstrate.
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.
Rick Bayless, Other Chicago Restaurateurs Closed Thursday For 'Day Without Immigrants'His restaurants say they are showing solidarity with staff who wish to participate in immigration demonstrations.
Preckwinkle Fears Trump Taking USA Back To 'Dark Days Of Isolationism'Preckwinkle, a Democrat, minced no words in her assessment of Trump’s first few weeks in office, a time she called sobering and troubling.
Syrian Refugee Family Arrives At O'Hare Amid Immigration Ban LiftPassengers are frantically flying into the U.S. in case President Trump's travel ban is reinstated.
Army Veteran Facing Deportation Asks Judge To Let Him Stay In U.S.Convicted drug offender Miguel Perez, 38, never became a U.S. citizen but was in the Army and served in Afghanistan.
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.
Trump's Travel Ban Delays Refugee Sisters From CongoVolunteers from Temple Jeremiah have been preparing to welcome the women, but the executive order put their transit in a state of limbo.

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