Immigration

Three migrant boys run away from Southwest Key shelter, one ordered deported

BY: - October 2, 2018

Three minors ran away from a shelter for migrant children operated by Southwest Key in Glendale on August 19. One of the boys, who didn’t show up to his immigration hearing Friday, was ordered deported to Guatemala by U.S. immigration Judge Linda Spencer-Walters. The boys were playing in a yard when they decided to jump […]

Citizens at naturalization ceremony

Naturalization backlog doubles to almost 15K in AZ, immigrant rights groups sue

BY: - September 25, 2018

Immigrants’ rights groups sued the government Sept. 17 over a backlog in processing citizenship applications that has left more than 753,000 people waiting to access lawful citizenship and voting rights. The lawsuit stems from failure by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, the agency that process and adjudicates naturalized citizenship, to provide documents requested through the […]

Two Latin American diasporas in Arizona

BY: - September 25, 2018

Did you catch Nelly Gonzalez saying this week how hard it is to send basic necessities to her family in Venezuela?