The Congressional Hispanic Caucus has issued a list of goals it seeks for immigration legislation. First on the list is amnesty. . . .
The Obama Administration announced it would oppose legislation in the House to increase the number of immigration visas for foreigners holding degrees in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Mexico wants a hand in shaping U.S. immigration policy. Obama is likely to oblige.
Senate GOPers think Hispanic voters will like them by offering DREAM Act-style legislation that is less generous than the version offered by Democrats. The GOP bill would legalize childrend of illegal aliens, but not offer a path to citizenship.
The decision of Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick to permit in-state tuition for illegal aliens is drawing strong opposition from a number of lawmakers.
Republicans pursuing amnesty for illegal aliens may end up helping the Democrat Party.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach predicts that his state next year will pass legislation to curtail illegal immigration.
Rep. Lamar Smith, R-TX, proposes to eliminate the grotesque 'diversity visa lottery' that allows random Third Worlders to come to the U.S. and replace it with an increased number of green cards for immigrants with advanced education degrees and their families.
To help illegal aliens integrate into society without detection, political leaders in Illinois want to grant them dirver's licenses. Democrat Gov. Pat Quinn claims that illegals will then drive more safely.
Of the 309,000 illegal aliens in the Dream Act category who have applied for the Obama Administration's unilateral amnesty, 53,273 have been approved.