Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake will join Attorney General Brian Frosh to unveil a new campaign designed to combat fraud targeting the city’s immigrant population.
The search to find temporary homes for thousands of unaccompanied minor children continues. In Maryland, Governor Martin O’Malley met with religious leaders and community groups Monday.
Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration is working to find temporary shelter in Maryland to help immigrant children who have been crossing the border from Central America without due process.
Maryland’s governor says a state jail in Baltimore will no longer automatically comply with federal requests to hold immigrants past their release date for possible deportation.
Starting next year, people living in the nation’s capital who don’t have legal permission to reside in the United States will be able to get driver’s licenses.
People living in the country illegally would be able to get driver’s licenses in the nation’s capital under a bill that Mayor Vincent Gray plans to introduce.
Immigrants living in the U.S. illegally could continue to obtain Maryland driver’s licenses under legislation passed Friday by the Maryland House of Delegates.
A Maryland House panel is considering a bill that would allow illegal immigrants to continue to obtain driver’s licenses.
When an award-winning journalist recently revealed he’s an illegal immigrant, two of the key players in his tale turned out to be educators who helped keep his secret. It’s the kind of story teachers and principals scattered across the country know well.
A Maryland chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union is questioning the legality of an online petition seeking a statewide referendum on in-state college tuition for illegal immigrants.
Maryland’s growing immigrant population helped stabilize the state’s average household size after six decades of decline, according to census data released Thursday.
Maryland’s new law extending in-state college tuition to undocumented immigrants could be headed to referendum. Leaders of the drive to put the issue on next year’s ballot say they are close to clearing the first hurdle.