Migrants Come Ashore On Key Biscayne A group of migrants came ashore Wednesday off Key Biscayne.
Immigrants Wait, Hope, Plan For Obama OrderTensions are rising as immigrants in the U.S. illegally are waiting to see if they will qualify for President Barack Obama's plan which could protect as much as 5 million immigrants from being deported.
Immigration Activist A "Guardian Angel" To More Than 800 KidsNora Sandigo is a mother of two, if you don’t count the 817 children for whom she considers herself to be a guardian.
Lawmakers Reach Out To Undocumented ImmigrantsImmediately after the Senate passed HB 755 late Friday afternoon, Senate Rules Chairman John Thrasher left the chamber, dashed up the stairs and handed a sheet of paper to a small cluster of people outside the public gallery.
In-State Tuition Bill Moves Closer To Final VoteAllowing illegal immigrants to pay in-state tuition rates cleared what was expected to be a major hurdle in the Senate, with the Judiciary Committee giving overwhelming approval Tuesday to the election-year proposal that has divided Republicans.
Carnival Ship Rescues Migrants On Sinking BoatDozens of Cuban migrants on an overloaded vessel that was sinking got a free ride on the Carnival Ecstasy Tuesday evening after the cruise ship spotted the troubled boat.
Undocumented Immigrants Denied Law LicensesThe Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday the Florida Bar can't admit immigrants who are in the country illegally.
Civic Groups, Educators Push For In-state TuitionThe issue of in-state tuition for all students in Florida, even those in the country illegally will be up for debate Saturday.
Targeting Uninsured Hispanics For ACA EnrollmentNearly 18,000 people in Florida have signed up for federal health insurance under the Affordable Care Act, however, officials fear that the Hispanic count will remain at a low number because of immigration issues.
Two Men Indicted In Death Of Haitians Aboard Capsized BoatFour Haitian boat survivors, on a smuggling voyage from the Bahamas that capsized killing four people last week, have been released from U.S. immigration custody.
Founder Of St. John Bosco Parish In Little Havana Dies At 87The Archdiocese of Miami has announced the death of Msgr. Emilio Vallina Saturday at age 87. Msgr. Vallina was the founder of St. John Bosco Parish in Little Havana, and pastor of the same church for 43 years.
Immigrants Sit In At US Rep Diaz-Balart's Office Frida Ulloa's mother and brother are U.S. citizens, and she's lived in the United States for a decade, but under U.S. law, that wasn't enough to get the 24 year-old college student a green card. Because her mother became a citizen just after Ulloa turned 21, she was no longer in the fast track for minors. It will likely take years for her to get U.S. residency.