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.
Trump Supporter's Husband Faces DeportationAn Indiana restaurant owner is learning the hard way the president is serious about cracking down on illegal immigration.
Churches Line Up Guardians For Children Of Immigrants Who May Be DeportedChristine Baker's family is ready to open up their home if President Trump orders a swift deportation of those here illegally. CBS 2's Dana Kozlov reports.
Cardinal: No Immigration Agents On Church Property Without WarrantCardinal Blase Cupich is telling priests of the Archdiocese to not allow federal agents onto church property without a warrant.
White Sox's Abreu To Jury: I Ate Fake Passport On Way To U.S.Chicago White Sox first baseman Jose Abreu told a Miami federal jury Wednesday that he ate a chunk of a fake passport while flying to the U.S. to cover up his illegal travel as part of a Cuban ballplayer smuggling operation.
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."

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