Missouri students living in the U.S. illegally would not be able to receive state-funded scholarships under a budget proposal senators approved Tuesday.
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All Missouri employers would be required to use a federal verification system to check employees’ legal resident status under legislation introduced Monday that’s aimed at curbing the number of immigrants working illegally in the state.
A Mexican man living unlawfully in the United States for decades was arrested Tuesday in an identity theft scheme so ingenious prosecutors say a court unwittingly changed the name of the U.S. citizen whose identity he assumed to his own real name.
Gov. Jay Nixon says children who ended up in Missouri after the recent immigrant surge have not been putting a strain on state resources.
So far this year, Illinois has received 305 unaccompanied children stopped at the U.S.-Mexico border.
A St. Louisan was tapped by Mark Zuckerberg to lead the Facebook billionaire’s efforts to get immigration reform passed.
Komdown “Dow” Boyer faced deportation after losing her green card because of a felony theft conviction.
Most of the the 35 are from Mexico, but others are from Guatemala, Nigeria, Italy, Cuba, Brazil, Bosnia-Herzegovina, El Salvador and Algeria.
Kenneth Womack professor of English and Integrative Arts at Penn State University wrote “The Beatles Encyclopedia” and the “Cambridge Guide to The Beatles”. He joined us this morning to talk about the 50th Anniversary of […]