Immigration Archive

Public Weighs in on Immigration Discussions

What should Utah’s immigration laws look like in the future? A commission designed to help answer that question heard from the public

Lawmakers: Changes to Come to Utah’s Immigration Laws

In light of the U.S. Supreme Court ruling that struck down much of Arizona’s immigration law last week, Utah policymakers are talking

Shurtleff: Supreme Court Ruling Mostly a Win for Utah’s Law

Utah’s top law enforcement official says today’s Supreme Court ruling striking down much of Arizona’s illegal immigration enforcement law is mostly a

New Law Aims to Protect Utah Immigrants

Immigrants and refugees in Utah will soon have more protection when looking for help. In just a few weeks, a new state

CityViews 5/22/12: The Refugee Experience/Environmentalist David Brower’s Legacy

Segment 1: While the number of refugees coming to the U.S. is down for the second year in a row, hundreds continue

ICE Says “Cross Check” Operation Leads to Arrest of 54 in Utah

54 convicted and fugitive immigrants in Utah have been arrested following a nationwide operation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Steven Branch,

Salt Lake County Passes E-Verify Measure

While the Utah legislature made no gains this year in passing legislation mandating businesses use E-Verify, the Salt Lake County Council approved

CityViews 3/12/12: SLCPD Chief Burbank/”Utah Vietnam War Stories”

Segment 1: A Congressional subcommittee heard testimony last week about the Scott Gardner Act, named for a North Carolina man who was

CityViews 2/27/12: A Reprieve for Immigration Activist/Avalanche Education

Segment 1:  A Reprieve for Immigration Activist  Deyvid Morales, a student at Salt Lake Community College and an undocumented immigrant, found out

Utah’s Guest Worker Law Survives Effort to Repeal

Legislation aimed at repealing Utah's controversial guest worker law failed to pass out of a Senate committee this morning after nearly two