More than 800 illegal immigrants obtained driver’s licenses on Friday, the first day they could receive them under a new state law.
Colorado’s largest school district sees teaching potential among immigrants who came to the U.S. illegally when they were children.
The federal government is ready to help flood victims but some people are reluctant to apply for it because they are in the country illegally.
Immigrants living illegally in Colorado will be able to get driver’s licenses under a bill signed into law by Democratic Gov. John Hickenlooper.
Colorado lawmakers concluded a historic session Wednesday that saw ruling Democrats exert their power to pass sweeping gun laws, same-sex civil unions, and in-state tuition for immigrants in the country illegally.
Driver’s licenses for immigrants living in Colorado illegally advanced in a state House committee as the idea gains traction around the country.
A requirement that Colorado law enforcement report to federal authorities immigrants suspected of living illegally in the U.S. is coming off the books.
Colorado is a step closer to giving driver’s licenses to immigrants living here illegally. The state Senate gave final approval to the idea on a party-line vote Thursday.
A bill being debated at the state Capitol would give illegal immigrants driver’s licenses.
The Colorado Legislature has agreed to repeal a requirement that local law enforcement report people suspected of violating immigration law to federal authorities.