On Tuesday morning, Arturo Hernandez walked out of a Denver church with a low risk of being arrested and deported. He had sought sanctuary in the church for nine months to stay in this country.
Supporters of President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration are asking the government to do more. Demonstrators in Denver on Wednesday hoped to send a message to the nation’s capitol and lawmakers.
If Arturo Hernandez walks out of a Denver church, even onto the steps, he risks being arrested and deported.
Activists, politicians and immigrants in Denver are calling on elected leaders to support President Barack Obama’s stalled deportation relief effort.
A man has spent the past six months seeking sanctuary in a church in Denver to avoid deportation. Now his supporters are asking for more attention to his case.
The Durango Herald reports a French former pro skier who ran into immigration trouble after marrying a Durango man has been granted a 12-month stay of deportation.
President Barack Obama is poised to act soon to unveil a series of executive actions on immigration that will shield possibly around 5 million immigrants living in the country illegally from deportation– including some living in Colorado.
A 19-year-old Summit County man who has been fighting to stay in the United States is behind bars in Arizona and facing possible deportation.
A man held up in a church in Denver, on the verge of getting deported, finds new hope in President Obama’s pledge for immigration reform by the end of the year.
A Colorado teenager facing deportation will be allowed to graduate high school after he was granted a one-year delay.