When American-born children age out of foster care without identifying documents like birth certificates and state ID cards, their financial futures can be at stake.
One couple in San Diego confronts an uncertain future for themselves and the businesses they've built
Parents living in the U.S. illegally are confronting the possibility they could be separated from their children.
Major American brands and some of the country's largest temp staffing companies profit from undocumented workers while keeping them at arm's length.
Select undocumented spouses of U.S. citizens could get hardship waivers allowing them to circumvent bureaucratic hurdles that can separate families for up to 10 years.