In total, approximately 95% of the island is considered a Qualified Opportunity Zone under federal parameters.
Studies show that Americans view elections (especially presidential ones) as a referendum on the past performance of an officeholder, a political party or the current administration.
The increase in Cuban asylum applicants at the U.S.-Mexico border is straining the already backlogged U.S. immigration system.
The experiences of migrant children detained in a Texas tent city are on display at a rare exhibit of their art at UT El Paso’s Centennial Museum.
This is the fate of the coast of Rincón, a small town on the west side of Puerto Rico, if a proposed mega-hotel and casino is built.
Efforts to help the archipelago after Hurricane Maria are fraught with colonial and racist undertones.
Although the United States has stated that “all options are on the table” to end Maduro’s presidency, the majority of Latin American countries and the European Union oppose military intervention in Venezuela.
Charging Asylum Application Fees Is the Latest Way the US Could Make Immigrants Pay for Its Red Tape
The ability to pay should never stand in the way of refugees and asylum-seekers obtaining the protection to which they are legally entitled.
Meet the Latina From the Bronx Whose Documentary About NYC Yellow Cab Drivers Is a Tribute to Immigrants
“When you think about a place like New York City or really any city, transit and traffic and the people who get you from point A to point B, they’re like the veins of the city,” filmmaker Rebecca Blandón tells Latino Rebels.
On April 7, MEChA de UCLA’s issued a statement announcing their secession from the national structure. The Californian chapter said that in recent years infighting and inaction has dominated the national MEChA structure.
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In the last decade, over 24,000 women have been killed across Mexico alone.
“Access to voting shouldn’t stop because of a language barrier,” said Monica Russo, President of SEIU Florida.
What will be lost, both literally and metaphorically, if Trump’s wall is built?
Truth, Justice and Declassification: Secret Archives Show US Helped Argentine Military Wage ‘Dirty War’ That Killed 30,000
Documents include the forced disappearances of 30,000 people, international assassination squads that stalked their victims abroad and the kidnapping of hundreds of babies born in detention.
This is the first arrest of a major opposition figure since last week’s attempts to inspire a military uprising against the Maduro administration.
As almost every country around the world detains asylum-seekers or other migrants, they are relying on detention to deter, punish and serve a variety of other purposes.