A Maryland city tied up in the national debate over immigration. A plan to house some of the thousands of undocumented children who have crossed the border in Westminster has been scrapped—but now a hate crime has once again thrust the small north Carroll County city back into the spotlight.
New information about a possible holding center for immigrants in Maryland.
The federal government is exploring the possibility of housing immigrant children in a vacant Army Reserve building in Westminster, and local leaders aren’t pleased with the idea.
Baltimore officials say a vacant downtown office building is no longer being considered as a place to house immigrant children.
Immigrants living in the U.S. illegally will be able to obtain a Maryland driver’s license or identification card under a new law taking effect this week.
Immigrant leaders in Maryland are expected to speak out as the Senate introduces its new bipartisan immigration bill.
Carroll County residents are beginning to discuss and debate a proposal to make English the county’s official language.
Every day, just before dawn, you can spot Christian Kuete, a 24-year-old pre-med student and home health aide from Cameroon, sprinting in his beat-up sneakers to catch Metro Bus 20 as it bumps to a stop along University Boulevard in Langley Park.
Thursday marks a new life in America for dozens of naturalized immigrants.
First, federal agents announce they would begin checking the immigration status of people arrested in Baltimore. Now, the city’s mayor has ordered police not to do the Feds’ work for them.
A new report highlights the positive impact of foreign-born residents in Maryland and criticizes efforts to deport or deny services to illegal immigrants and their children.
Officials say Frederick County is seeing an influx of Asian immigrants with a population that has grown to more than 10,000 people.