Attorneys have given arguments about whether a Maryland bill to allow in-state tuition for illegal immigrants under certain circumstances should be put to voters in November.
A grandmother of four is in danger of being deported back to Mexico after living in Hagerstown for the last six years. Now her family is rallying.
President Barack Obama orders immigration officials to stop deporting illegal immigrants in Baltimore.
Dozens of wanted criminals are off the streets. Immigration officers targeted fugitives in the country illegally in a nationwide sweep.
Two Maryland women facing deportation pleaded with a Homeland Security official Wednesday to end a program that gives federal immigration authorities access to fingerprints of people arrested.
A Maryland lawmaker says the judge presiding over a lawsuit over in-state tuition for illegal immigrants should recuse himself from the case.
Supporters of the Dream Act filed suit to cancel the 2012 ballot referendum.
Voters will decide whether illegal immigrants can receive in-state tuition breaks in Maryland. There’s new reaction after opponents of the measure forced it onto the ballot.
A petition drive against a measure allowing certain illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition at Maryland colleges has succeeded in gathering enough signatures to put the legislation on the ballot.
Opponents of the Dream Act gathered last-minute signatures on a petition to put in-state tuition for undocumented students on the ballot next year.
Opponents of the state’s new in-state tuition law for illegal immigrants get a few final signatures in their effort to put the Dream Act on the ballot.
Opponents of Maryland’s immigrant in-state tuition law are just 8,000 signatures away from putting the issue on the ballot. Local leaders of the Catholic Church take a stand against the petition.