From Little Village to Rogers Park, where to give and get help from your neighbors this holiday season in Chicago and its suburbs.
Diane Bou KhalilNovember 18, 2021
A confusing rollout has left many immigrants detained by ICE relying on local governments to get a COVID vaccine.
Adriana RezalOctober 13, 2021
After photos of Border Patrol agents whipping Haitian asylum seekers were made public, immigrant advocates are calling for an end to Title 42 deportations.
Borderless Magazine StaffSeptember 23, 2021
Hena Mansori, the head of the new immigration unit at the Cook County Public Defender's Office, offers advice for noncitizens who come into contact with the justice system.
Rita OcegueraApril 1, 2021
A new unit within the Cook County public defender's office wants better representation for noncitizens clients at risk of being deported.
Carlos BallesterosMarch 31, 2021
Along with financial assistance, the Road to Recovery program offers technical help for businesses struggling during the pandemic.
Mauricio PeñaMarch 9, 2021
During the past few months, Catherine Shieh has been leading bystander intervention trainings over Zoom to help stem the rise in anti-Asian attacks throughout the country.
Esther Yoon-Ji KangMarch 2, 2021
Farm, Food, Familias partners with diverse chefs to bring dishes with cultural specificity to Black and Latinx communities in need.
Chelsea VerstegenFebruary 10, 2021
From stories about undocumented immigrants to comedies about first-generation families, here are some of our favorite things to watch and read about immigration.
Claudia HernándezDecember 22, 2020
How Trump’s new executive order impacts American companies and immigrants who work or want to work in the United States.
Claudia HernándezJuly 8, 2020
Vanessa Esparza-López, a supervising attorney with the National Immigrant Justice Center’s Immigrant Legal Defense Project, explains how the Supreme Court's ruling will impact DACA recipients.
The Supreme Court rejected President Trump's termination of DACA today. The policy has allowed over 825,000 immigrants to work and go to school in the United States since 2012.
Francisco VelazquezJune 18, 2020
As COVID-19 continues to spread in Illinois, immigrant organizations are looking to protect their oldest, most vulnerable community members.
Leslie HurtadoMarch 18, 2020