INDIANAPOLIS | A federal appeals judge issued a ruling Friday blocking portions of Indiana’s immigration law and declaring it unconstitutional.
My family strived to become Americans through assimilation. Why did they need to work so hard to become citizens?
I truly appreciate Joanne Paulich's view and agreement to what I recently wrote and would like to have a frank discussion with her on the issue of immigration and licensing.
INDIANAPOLIS | Gov. Mitch Daniels, one of the nation's most popular Republican elected officials, believes that for his party to remain viable it must reach beyond its traditional supporters and attract new voters to the Republican label.
I find it strange the Republicans lose the presidential election and believe giving people here illegally a path to citizenship will gain the Latino vote next election.
In the Nov. 4 Parade magazine, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush wrote about changing our immigrations laws. Why? They are fine, just as they are.
In your editorial on immigration reform you praised President Barack Obama for implementing parts of the Dream Act. Does it not bother you that his actions were unconstitutional?
I had to sit down and write this after reading an Oct. 29 article in the Beyond the Region section, "Immigrant scholarship fund to start taking applications."
In response to the immigration editorial: What's wrong with the excellent Immigration law we have now? It has served our country and states very well since the beginning.
HAMMOND | Two men were indicted Thursday on charges of illegally returning to this country.
HOBART | Local members of the Indiana Federation for Immigration Reform and Enforcement, called IFIRE, will show a controversial film on illegal immigration at 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Hobart's Art Theatre, 230 Main St.
HAMMOND | Porter County Sheriff Dave Lain has asked a federal judge to dismiss a challenge to Indiana's new immigration law or at least remove him from the lawsuit.
Wendy Comacho, left, and her mother, Maricela, board a bus Wednesday morning in East Chicago to Chicago's Navy Pier to apply for the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration program.
Jose Bustos, center front, leads a bus of 70 young people and their parents Wednesday to apply for the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration program at Chicago's Navy Pier. Bustos organized the trip on behalf of Casa Santo Toribio, an East Chicago organiza…
Nearly 70 young people from across the region gathered Wednesday outside the Casa Santo Toribio headquarters in East Chicago. The group boarded a bus to Chicago's Navy Pier to apply for the Obama administration's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration program.
HAMMOND | An East Chicago-based organization's legal challenge to Indiana's new immigration law will proceed, federal court records show.
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