The ability for same-sex couples to sponsor foreign-born partners for green cards may be the sticking point for the immigration bill.
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Tamerlan and Dzokhar Tsarnaev have become the latest point of discussion for those who want to see greater restrictions on immigration.
There are at least 267,000 undocumented adult immigrants who self-identify as LGBT, according to a new report from the Center for American Progress.
Unlike their straight peers, LGBT U.S. citizens currently cannot sponsor spouses or partners for green cards. Will this imbalance be addressed by immigration legislation?
A new United Nations International Labor Organization (ILO) study finds that, internationally, many domestic workers are completely or partly excluded from protection under labor law.
Immigrant advocacy groups weigh in on what they like and don’t like about the comprehensive immigration reform framework unveiled by a bipartisan group of senators.
A report recently released by the Migration Policy Institute finds that spending on immigration enforcement exceeds that of all other criminal federal law enforcement agencies combined.
Now that Asian American philanthropists have “made it,” what are they choosing to donate to?
Several groups are rallying Asian Americans to flex their political muscle, including KAYA, who wants to help see that population growth translates into increased voting.
Flying in the face of claims that Latinos are homophobic and against the LGBT community, the League of United Latino American Citizens comes out in support of marriage equality.
According to a new analysis, the 2010 Census undercounted minorities and youth. Nonprofits serving underrepresented areas must hope 2020’s count will be more accurate.
The International Institute of New Jersey, serving immigrant populations in one of America’s most diverse counties, is in financial trouble after losing $800,000 in government funding.
The Republican Party, facing what some consider near-certain defeat in November if they cannot woo more Latino voters, is considering support for something similar to the DREAM Act.
Asian American organizations and local government officials in DC suburb recognize each other’s contributions to the benefit of the entire community.
Undocumented immigrant children raised in the United States face innumerable barriers to success. Will new immigration policy help these immigrants realize their dreams?
Among the lessons of the 2008 presidential election was the importance of immigrant youth groups in fueling civic engagement.
Does the process of “becoming American” threaten immigrant success?
Immigration policy is a human-rights and community-building issue that nonprofits cannot afford to ignore.
As immigrant populations grow but remain marginalized, how can nonprofits build a more perfect union?
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