After suffering a setback in court, immigration advocates and religious leaders went to Christ’s Foundry United Methodist Mission in Dallas to pray.
Maria Robles is overcome by emotion. On one hand, she’s disappointed, saying President Obama’s executive action on immigration doesn’t go far enough.
Nearly 50 Department of Public Safety offices across Texas will open on Saturdays to issue election identification certificates ahead of voting in November.
As Congress wrestles with immigration legislation, a central question is whether the 11 million immigrants already in the United States illegally should get a path to citizenship.
Days before his trial for the Fort Hood shooting rampage, Maj. Nidal Hasan released writings about America and Islam, including a note in which he renounces his U.S. citizenship.
There are more than one-point-one million people in Texas without legal status. Demographers estimate 400-thousand of them live in the North Texas area.
Smartphone technology is helping clean up neighborhoods in one local city. “Fix it Plano” has become one the most government friendly tools in the new age of apps.
The quick action of a Bedford mother helped save the life of an 11-year-old boy and Tuesday she was honored by professional rescuers.
People attending a Rick Perry presidential campaign event are being asked to prove they are American citizens.
Rick Perry now is saying that he has no doubt that President Barack Obama is an American citizen. Perry said that he was just — in his words — “having some fun with Donald Trump” when he stoked claims that Obama was born outside of the U.S.
Tucked inside the state school finance bill is a provision requiring Texans to prove their citizenship, or legal status, before receiving their first or renewing an old driver’s license.
Federal officials have a warning for immigrants considering too-good-to-true legal aid — the wrong help can hurt.