Release Time: For Immediate Release Location: Chamizal National Memorial El Paso, Texas 1:21 P.M.
Release Time: For Immediate Release This Tuesday, the President will meet with Senior Administration officials and stakeholders to discuss the importance of fixing the broken immigration system for our nation’s 21st century economic and security needs so that America can win the future.
Release Time: For Immediate Release In an incredibly disappointing vote today, a minority of Senators prevented the Senate from doing what most Americans understand is best for the country.
Washington Convention Center Washington, D.C.
11:12 A.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Thank you very much. Thank you. Thank you. (Applause.) Everyone please have a seat. Thank you very much. Let me thank Pastor Hybels from near my hometown in Chicago, who took time off his vacation to be here today. We are blessed to have him.
- Readout of the President's Meeting with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus
- Readout of the President’s Meeting with Grassroots Leaders to Discuss Comprehensive Immigration Reform
- Statement by the President on Senate Proposal Outlined Today to Fix Our Nation's Broken Immigration System
- Statement by the President on Senate Proposal Outlined Today to Fix Our Nation’s Broken Immigration System
- Statement by the President Praising the Bipartisan Immigration Reform Framework
- Statement by the President on Today's Meetings on Immigration Reform
- Remarks by the President in State of the Union Address
- NYC naturalization event honors Martin Luther King
- Immigration reformers see parallels in MLK's work
- Migrants bused from riot-struck Italian town
- After riots, calm returns to Italian town
- Mexico says immigration reform unlikely in 2010
- Migrants riot in southern Italian town
- Indigenous immigrants to be counted in 2010 Census
- Census Bureau kicks off once-a-decade head count
- Miami students trek to DC for immigrant rights
- Obama naming Latinos to top posts at record pace
- China defends deportation of Uighur asylum-seekers
- Cambodia sends Uighur asylum-seekers back to China
- Cambodia may deport Uighur asylum-seekers soon
- 4 Western states allow illegal immigrant licenses
- Domestic violence victim granted asylum in US
- Pa. police chief accused of cover-up ordered held
- Pa. police accused of cover-up face abuse suits
- Bail hearing for Pa. police accused of cover-up
- Pa. police accused of cover-up in immigrant attack
- Bill would give undocumented legal status
- Gitmo detainees not free in US after prison
- China calls Uighurs seeking asylum 'criminals'
- High court to rule on deportation issue
- SF law on illegal immigrant youth to take effect
- Manager pleads guilty in Miss. immigration raid
- Months later, Bellingham raid ends in deportations
- Uighurs who fled China in Cambodia seeking asylum
- Court: Mass criminal immigration hearings unlawful