The Georgia Senate approved a bill on Monday that would require immigrants who have deferred action on deportation be issued separate driver’s licenses and ID cards that explicitly say they don’t have lawful status. Read more.
The Georgia Supreme Court ruled Monday against a group of young immigrants seeking in-state tuition at the state’s colleges and universities. The court’s ruling leaves the option for Georgia lawmakers to allow young immigrants to pay in-state tuition if they
Opinions are rarely in short supply when it comes to immigration. Whether it’s on cable news, gathered around the family dining table or dominating your Facebook newsfeed, questions of how immigrants affect our economy and communities are clearly on people’s
Georgia transformed over the past few decades as immigrants from around the world brought new workers, new entrepreneurs and new taxpayers. Nearly one in 10 Georgians today was born outside of the United States and one in five Georgians under
Georgia’s highest court will hear arguments next week about a legal debate that some students say is keeping them from the in-state college tuition rates they deserve. Read more.
State policies that lock out undocumented immigrants from college tuition benefits are a hindrance to the economy and waste an estimated $1 billion spent on educating those students in Georgia’s public schools, a new report argues. Read more.