Más de 13.3 millones de inmigrantes documentados residen en Estados Unidos

08/12/13 3:07pm

En Estados Unidos hay más de 13.3 millones de inmigrantes documentados que residen permanentemente en el país, de los cuales 8.8 millones califican para solicitar la ciudadanía estadounidense. Más

Trabajadores poco cualificados se oponen a reforma

07/17/13 12:22pm

Centenares de trabajadores poco cualificados, muchos de ellos afroamericanos, marcharon este martes por las calles de Washington, DC, para protestar contra la propuesta de reforma migratoria aprobada en junio por el Senado, dado que, a su juicio, ésta conllevará una bajada generalizada de los salarios. Más

End of DOMA Changes Immigration Landscape for Thousands

07/1/13 4:44pm

With DOMA struck down, U.S. citizens in a same-sex marriage can now apply for a green card on behalf of their foreign spouse. Más

Column One: A day in the strawberry fields seems like forever

05/3/13 4:36pm

He finds kindness and camaraderie with the Mexican immigrants picking strawberries. But he also falls far behind them as his back tightens and his muscles burn. Más

Immigration Blueprint Document

01/28/13 5:06pm

We've got the document prepared by four Democratic and four Republican senators. Más

Yugoslavian Holocaust survivor shares life philosophy in art, writing

01/21/13 2:44pm

Earlier, we wrote about our meeting with Yugoslavian Holocaust survivor Ava Kadishson Schieber. We have also compiled a video playlist of our January 11, 2013 interview with the artist sharing her philosophies on life and survival. Más

Yugoslavian Holocaust survivor revisits past in art, inspires hope

01/15/13 10:46am

Ava Kadishson Schieber fled her hometown of Novi Sad, Serbia in 1949 when it was overrun by Nazis and later subjugated by the communist regime that the artist and writer could begin a new life and express her creativity. Más

The DREAMers I know

12/20/12 1:20pm

Ruben Navarrette blasts DREAMers as spoiled brats, which is a reality I don't recognize: partly because he's alluding to a reality I don't believe exists and partly because he neglects to name a single pampered DREAMer. Más

Immigrant tattoos draw scrutiny, visa denials

12/13/12 11:36am

“I don’t think you’re going to find people in favor of letting gang members into the United States,” says Maria Andrade, about immigrants with tattoos getting caught up in red tape. "But the broad brush with which they’re denying people is crazy.” Más

Chicago Bosnians find strength in religion, celebrate Islamic new year

11/27/12 5:30pm

In Balkan history, religion has often been a source of conflict. But that night of Muharram, the start of a new year, it was peace — something Bosnians at home and abroad are still seeking to attain. Más

How the Census blurs cultural identity, language

11/19/12 12:37pm

The U.S. Census Bureau is not distinguishing among several languages and nations of former Yugoslavia, hitting a sensitive nerve for many people. Más

Giro en reforma migratoria renueva esperanza de latinos

11/14/12 10:26am

Resurge el optimismo entre los hispanos por una reforma migratoria ante la nueva postura republicana y tras demostrar su influencia en las elecciones presidenciales. Más

Election 2012: Winners and losers

11/7/12 4:00pm

The red, white and blue confetti has been cleaned up at McCormick Place, and nearly all of the results are known from Election 2012. Here’s our take on who did well this race and who did not. Más

Election 2012: The view from Chicago’s Bosnian community

11/7/12 12:00pm

Chicago's Albany Park community is home to many ethnic groups with strong opinions about the 2012 presidential race. Among these are Bosnians, most of whom came to Chicago after the wars in the 1990s. Más

Election preview: what to look for tomorrow

11/5/12 6:21pm

The most expensive election in United States history will end tomorrow as voters cast ballots in the 2012 election. Here are key story lines to watch. Más