The group’s numbers have snowballed since about 160 migrants departed Friday from the Honduran city of San Pedro Sula.
Under the deal, Chicago to sent at least $500,000 a year to the Gary airport. Chico said it was meant to last only three years; that was 23 years ago.
Cullerton said Sister Jean “has opened doors to non-traditional students” and “worked to expand higher education for immigrants.”
Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the Trump Department of Justice is holding back grants due to Chicago’s sanctuary city status.
The group did not take kindly to Gov. Bruce Rauner blaming undocumented immigrants for “high unemployment” and “so much crime” in Chicago on Tuesday.
Until now, it’s been unclear how many were discharged and for what reason because the Army has refused to discuss specific cases.
The president of Honduras said he would like more certainty about what to expect from the United States.
One day after his remarks at a Sun-Times forum ignited a partisan firestorm, the governor complained he was the victim of “false political spin.”
Xing Ying Employment Agency is one of the agencies accused of recruiting “desperately poor Latino workers” with no permanent residence for jobs.
You’d have thought the governor had been deputized by the U.S. Border Patrol and signed on to President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.
Tighter scrutiny imposed by the Trump administration is keeping families apart for longer periods of time.
The agencies attract “desperately poor Latino workers” with no permanent residence who move from job to job and city to city, a lawsuit says.
Pablo Villavicencio was detained June 1 in New Jersey after delivering pizza to the Fort Hamilton Army base in Brooklyn.
DHS officials, in response, said the report “provides no mention of the Department’s significant accomplishments to reunify families.”
The decade-old program has been on hold since 2016 amid concerns that immigrant recruits were not being screened well enough.