Illegal Immigrants

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Illegal Immigrant Tuition Bill Passes Senate, Faces Debate In House

Students who live in Colorado illegally are one step closer to getting a break on tuition rates at state universities.


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Immigrant Tuition Proposal Before Colorado Senate

A long-debated proposal about college tuition for illegal immigrants was expected for debate in the Colorado Senate Friday.


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Colorado Illegal Immigrant Tuition Bill Introduced Again

Colorado lawmakers will try again to grant in-state tuition to illegal immigrants who graduated from state high schools.


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Boulder County DA Vows To Prosecute Crimes Against Immigrants

Boulder County District Attorney Stan Garnett says he will make it a priority to prosecute crimes against illegal immigrants.


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Police: School Officers Not Targeting Immigrants

Police in the Roaring Fork School District say school resource officers are not targeting immigrants for enforcement.


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Colorado Sheriffs Say Immigration Program Is Pricey

Several Colorado County sheriffs say can’t afford to pay the costs of an expanding federal program that uses fingerprints to identify illegal immigrants.


Undocumented Mexican immigrant Jeanette Vizguerra holds her three month old daughter Zury in her family apartment on May 30, 2011 in Aurora. Vizguerra, a mother of three American children, is facing a deportation hearing July 13 at Denver's Federal Courthouse. Just one of millions of undocumented immigrants living in the United States, Vizguerra first came to Colorado from Mexico City with her husband 14 years before. Now a community activist for immigration rights and a small business owner of a janitorial service, she was stopped by a traffic policemen for driving with expired tags and was taken to jail when she could not prove she was in the country legally. She has been out on bail for two years during lengthy court proceedings, but now faces the real possibility that she will be deported back to Mexico and separated from her family in the United States. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Outspoken Advocate For Immigrants Faces Deportation

An Aurora woman who has been an outspoken advocate for immigrants in Colorado is facing deportation. On Monday the support she gave others came back to her.


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Weld County Settles Lawsuit Over ID Theft Probe

Weld County will pay nearly $300,000 to settle a lawsuit by over a raid on a tax business that authorities said was aimed at stopping identity theft by illegal immigrants.


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Colorado Bill Punishes Concealing Illegal Immigrants

House Republicans advanced a proposal Monday to fine Colorado employers who fail to show proof their workers are in the country legally.


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36 Arrested As Part Of Federal Bust Of Colorado Drug Ring

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) – Federal authorities say they’ve broken up a drug ring that smuggled millions of dollars worth of cocaine and methamphetamine into southern Colorado. The Drug Enforcement Administration led a 14-month investigation […]





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