Gov. Hickenlooper Pardons Felon To Stave Off DeportationColorado's governor on Friday pardoned a Cuban immigrant for an armed robbery he committed 19 years ago in an effort stave off the man's deportation after immigration authorities detained him following a judge's ruling that he should no longer be imprisoned.
Gov. Hickenlooper Pardons Man Freed From Prison Early, DetainedGov. John Hickenlooper has issued a pardon to Rene Lima-Marin, a man convicted of armed robbery, sentenced to 98 years in prison, mistakenly released early, then placed back in prison after six years and taken into custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement on the day his family expected him to be ultimately released.
As ICE Detention Continues, Movement Grows To 'Free Rene'A group that is fighting ICE's detainment of a former Colorado inmate is urging Gov. John Hickenlooper to issue a pardon.
Stays Of Deportation Granted For Man, Woman Who Took Sanctuary In ChurchCalling it an "important victory," the legal team representing Jeanette Vizguerra says she has been granted a stay of removal until 2019.
Following Dad's Deportation, Sisters Fear Mom May Be NextFamilies across the country are facing the following difficult situation --parents are here illegally and facing deportation but the children are born in the United States and can stay.
ICE Arrests Immigrant With No Criminal History Who Was Called 'Not A Priority'Ana Sauzameda stood 200 feet from the red stone building where immigration agents were holding her husband knowing it may be the closest she ever gets to him.
Colorado Mother Held In Texas, On The Verge Of DeportationA Colorado mother is being held at a facility in El Paso, Texas, and she could be deported anytime.
'Unite Rally' Held Concerning Deportation Fears Among StudentsRecent fears of deportation among young students in Denver prompted a unite rally on Tuesday.
Fears Of Deportation Alive Across ColoradoThere is a chill in the air for illegal immigrants living in Denver and around the country. The Trump Administration's posture is leaving those without proper documentation in fear of deportation.
5 DUIs, Deported Twice, But Still In ColoradoThe Arapahoe County District Attorney estimates Colorado taxpayers will end up spending about $1 million to prosecute and house a man who has been convicted of DUI five times, deported twice and has been in the U.S. illegally since he was 13.
'This Is A Partial Victory' Says Mexican National Who Stayed In Sanctuary For 9 MonthsOn 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.
Demonstrators Protest Decision To Prevent Obama's Executive Order On ImmigrationSupporters 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.