Most Mexicans deported from the United States will keep trying to re-enter the country regardless of the penalties they face, a new University of Arizona-led study says.
More than half of deported immigrants planned to cross illegally into the United States again, a new study by the University Arizona of migration and deportation practices found.
A Border Patrol vehicle sits on a low rise near the border fence in Nogales, Ariz., evidence of constant surveillance.
When it comes to deportation, Arizona seems to be bucking the overall national trend.
A Mexican woman was deported last month because of her illegal immigration status after she and her daughter won a $1,200 jackpot at a Tucson casino.
Some illegal immigrants who are immediate relatives of U.S. citizens might not have to spend as much time apart while they process their green cards after a change was announced by the Obama administration.
PHOENIX — Immigrant rights advocates filed a lawsuit Thursday that seeks to overturn Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s order denying driver’s licenses for young immigrants who have gotten work permits and avoided deportation under a new Obama administration policy.
WASHINGTON — With less than two months to go before the Nov. 6 election, the Obama administration has approved applications from 29 illegal immigrants hoping to avoid deportation and get a work permit, the Department of Homeland Security said Friday.
PHOENIX — Gov. Jan Brewer says she’s found support for her executive order that denies public benefits for people who qualify for the deferred deportation policy.
SAN FRANCISCO — Amid pressure from Democratic lawmakers, Homeland Security officials reiterated Friday that a foreigner’s longstanding same-sex relationship with a U.S. citizen could help stave off the threat of deportation.
"Every day I take a risk," illegal migrant Daniel Rodriguez said at a news conference in Phoenix on Thursday, explaining why he intends to take advantage of President Obama's deferred prosecution program.
PHOENIX - Arizonans who apply for the president's deferred prosecution program for younger illegal immigrants could have the information they provide used to deport them later, some attorneys warned Thursday.