More Immigration Stories

Episode 325: 1st-Time Crossers Face Tougher Border Policy

The Border Patrol will prosecute first-time crossers; the agency's Missing Migrant Team; a visit to the Kino Border Initiative.

Program Aims to Help Refugee Women Connect to Community

Women RISE aims to help immigrant women navigate a new culture.

Mother Keeps Promise to Become Citizen

20 individuals from 18 countries become were naturalized on July 4.

Report: Mexican Green Card Holders Seek Citizenship Less Than Other Groups

Middle Eastern green card holders are quick to turn green cards into citizenship.

Temporary Farmworkers Increase, But Not Agents Protecting Labor Rights

Arizona farmers are increasingly using migrant workers, but Labor Department enforcement is not keeping pace.

A Woman from Syria Shares Flavors of her Homeland

Also on Arizona Spotlight: A public forum at TMC examines the future of Arizona health care; how this week's Supreme Court ruling affects immigration; and join some of the estimated 1,500 people who walk and run on Tumamoc Hill every day.

Regents Vote to Keep In-State Tuition for 'Dreamers'

Board says it will keep current plan for immigrant students in place pending court appeal.

16 Immigrants Rescued by Tucson Border Patrol in Past Week

Record heat has forced CBP to transfer resources to desert between Yuma and Tucson.

Migrant Comic Book Tells Stories of Those Who Cross the Border

'Migrant: Stories of Hope and Resiliency' aims to humanize deportation statistics.

Supreme Court Ruling to Impact Refugee Resettlement in Southern Arizona

Refugees from six mostly Muslim countries must have tie to U.S. to get in.

Green Valley Hospital Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Developer used controversial EB-5 Visa Program to raise millions to built hospital.

No In-State Tuition for 'Dreamers,' Appeals Court Says

DACA students were granted in-state tuition two years ago.

Homeland Security Announces Extension of Program for 'Dreamers'

President Trump is leaving President Obama’s executive order alone, protecting those brought to the country illegally when they were children.

Border Patrol Raids Humanitarian Aid Camp

Nor More Deaths aid group says CBP violated an agreement that the camp was a safe zone.

'Difficult Conversations' at Meeting Between Homeland Security, Rights Groups

Tucson chosen for 1 of 16 roundtables; Rights groups focus on Border Patrol mistreatment, breaking up immigrant families.

FBI Suspects Record Numbers of MS-13 Gang Members Entering US

The gang that started in El Salvador in the 1980s is now active in 42 U.S. States.

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