A boy reluctantly travels alone from El Salvador to Los Angeles, to reunite with a mother he hasn’t seen in years.
Earning $11.50 hourly, Elias Pompa is often the only available solution when immigration crises arise.
Nora Sandigo has taken guardianship of over 800 youngsters so they can stay if their parents are deported.
Nursing aide positions are plentiful, but the work comes with low pay and high stress.
Madina Salaty’s U.S. citizenship wasn’t enough to keep her immigrant husband from being forced to leave.
The transition to civilian life becomes defined by isolation for many.
Overwhelmed courts have little time or resources to weigh the fates of those facing deportation.
Raphael Richmond calls it her “hunger games,” keeping her family fed until the monthly aid arrives.
How the food-stamp diet is leaving many residents of Texas’s Rio Grande Valley both hungry and obese.
Coffee. Chitchat. E-mail. The tightknit “Cube Farm” was just settling into the comfortable clockwork of a Monday.