While rumors circulate that the Trump administration is closer to resolving questions left after last week’s immigration announcement, Maryland’s undocumented residents are uncertain of what comes next
Leo Sun, 15, on a trip visiting family in China in 2016. Sun views these trips as an opportunity to practice speaking Chinese, which he has learned through the Montgomery County Public Schools language-immersion program. (Photo courtesy Beibei Sun)
Ocean City businesses say they are dependent on international workers to fill their seasonal jobs.
Hundreds of Maryland “Dreamers” joined a rally in front of the White House Tuesday to protest the Trump administration’s decision to rescind DACA–Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.
As the summer tourism season comes to a close in Ocean City, Maryland, many businesses fear they may soon lose much of their seasonal workforce if the Trump administration cancels the J-1 visa program.
Victor, an immigrant from Guatemala, says he’s cheated on as many as 20 percent of the jobs he takes.
Young people from all over the East Coast joined together in front of the White House to send President Trump a message about his immigration policies. They were speaking up for families at risk of being separated because of deportation.
In a town meeting held at the CASA Multicultural Center in Takoma Park, Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot explained that the immigrant population makes a huge difference in Maryland’s economy, and they can pay their taxes safely.
COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin on Monday criticized Donald Trump on a broad range of foreign policies, saying the president has failed to take on a belligerent Russia, is pursuing a border wall that is damaging relations…