Courtesy of U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement

A number of undocumented immigrants testified before Connecticut lawmakers on Friday in support of legislation to tighten state laws that prohibit local law enforcement from collaborating with ICE.

New citizens line up to take photos after a 2019 naturalization ceremony in Central Islip, New York.
Charles Lane / WSHU

Underneath President Trump’s portrait at the federal courthouse in Islip, Long Island, a line forms.

Dozens of new citizens have just taken the Oath of Allegiance and are now waiting to have their photos taken.

Gregory Bull / AP

Connecticut Attorney General William Tong says he’s confident that a lawsuit filed by Connecticut, New York and 14 other states will succeed in stopping President Donald Trump’s emergency declaration to fund his Mexican border wall.

Elise Amendola / AP

The Naugatuck Police Department launched an internal investigation on Sunday into a police lieutenant who spoke about immigration issues on social media.

Advocates Push For Conn. Immigration Healthcare Bill

Feb 15, 2019
Courtesy of Connecticut Students for a Dream / Facebook

Immigrant rights advocates in Connecticut are pushing for a bill that would prevent residents from having health care services denied based on their immigration status.