President Trump's executive order got us wondering about Colorado’s refugees: Where are they from? Who brought them here? Where do they live?
South High is home to one of six DPS “newcomer centers.” The program helps refugees and others who have come to the U.S.
Read the full statements on Trump's executive order on immigration from Colorado's congressional delegation.
Standing in the main terminal where people wait for travelers arriving by train from the airport's concourses Saturday, they sang "Refugees are welcome here."
A University of Colorado anthropology professor has found that undocumented workers are often the victims, not the perpetrators, of identity theft.
Forty-six foreign-born Coloradans are now U.S. citizens. They join a country where concerns about immigration played a major role in the 2016 election.
- Coloradans For Immigration Reform brings 13 pro-business organizations together to support policies like a legal path to citizenship.Read more
A community forum, arranged by Aurora government agencies and nonprofits, was held Thursday night to try and address some of the concerns of the city’s refugees and immigrants.
Several cities in Colorado have already reassured their immigrant populations that they won’t help in any federal immigration crackdown.
The Colorado congressional Republican doubts that Congress will support one of President-elect Donald Trump’s key campaign promises.