Immigration Crisis

CBP officers discover woman hiding in small truck compartment at Ysleta POE

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers made an unexpected discovery on Wednesday when they located a woman hiding inside of a small compartment in a pickup truck entering the U.S. from Mexico.

Feds appeal ruling on Obama Immigration Order

 

El Paso groups react to President Obama's immigration delay

President Obama has taken a setback in his solo move to change U.S. immigration policy.

Bills Require Warnings for Immigrants About Pleas

Many immigrants who faced misdemeanor charges last fiscal year were not told how their pleas could affect their immigration status.

McCaul plan would fund Guard, aid Border Patrol

 

Mexican Governors won't be at Abbott's Inauguration

 

Federal hearing: 26 States fighting to stop President's executive order

In Brownsville federal court, Texas and other states are pushing for a temporary injunction to block President Barack Obama's executive order, that will reduce the threat of deportation for millions of undocumented immigrants.

House votes to repeal Obama immigration actions

The House approved an all-or-nothing measure that ties Homeland Security funding to the undoing of President Barack Obama's immigration moves -- setting the stage for a clash with the new Republican-led Senate.

El Paso ID program aims to aid undocumented

A border immigrant rights group is set to launch efforts Wednesday to create a municipal ID for residents who don't have access to current forms of state identification.

Perry to require state agencies to use E-Verify

Nearly two weeks after President Obama announced an executive order on immigration, Gov. Rick Perry announced an order of his own.

Homeland Security Secretary: New Border measures coming

 

On the border with Obama's immigration foes

Michele Bachmann leapt out of a black SUV near a high cliff overlooking the Rio Grande, skipped to the edge of a boulder and scanned the river that divides her country from another.

Abbott: Immigration Lawsuit Could Come in Two Weeks

A state lawsuit challenging President Obama’s executive order shielding as many as 5 million undocumented immigrants from deportation could come from Texas in the next two weeks, Gov.-elect Greg Abbott said during a Monday press conferenc

Local reaction to President's executive order on immigration: 'not enough'

Presidential Executive Orders are usually steeped in controversy and President Obama's announcement Thursday night was no exception. The president is facing furious opposition from Congress.