Advocates of immigration reform that would create a path to citizenship for millions of illegal immigrants in the U.S. were asked to be patient. After the Obama campaign promised comprehensive reform and won by a convincing margin, they…
Churches and other faith-based groups in Chicago are providing housing and other resources for illegal immigrants in defiance of federal laws. The NewsHour reports on how these churches are part of a larger sanctuary movement in America.
Republican presidential hopefuls met in New Hampshire Tuesday to define their positions on issues including immigration, faith and the war on terror. A political reporter looks at how the candidates performed.
The Senate resumed debate of the immigration bill Tuesday, digging into a provision that would set limits on family members who can join immigrants in America. Sens. Jon Kyl, R-Ariz., and Robert Menendez, D-N.J., discuss the issue.
President Bush praised legislation that will continue Iraq war funding without setting a deadline for troop withdrawal. Analysts Mark Shields and David Brooks discuss the compromise that enabled its passage.
Some senators on Tuesday challenged the part of the immigration bill that addresses temporary workers, with some vowing to limit or cut the program. The NewsHour takes a closer look at the interests surrounding the temporary worker program.
The U.S. Senate opened debate Monday on a new immigration bill that has already faced criticism from both political parties. Two immigration policy analysts discuss provisions related to the path to citizenship.
The Senate and President Bush are trying to revive efforts to pass an immigration reform bill, despite a push from some Republicans for more hard-line provisions. The NewsHour reports on the debate on Capitol Hill.
As his tour of Latin America concluded, President Bush pledged to work to change U.S. immigration laws and said immigration reform legislation could be completed by Congress this year. Analysts discuss the prospects of passing such a bill.
Proposed immigration reforms in Congress could change hiring practices.
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