Indiana's two U.S. senators say the executive action the president proposes is unconstitutional.
A Pew Research Center report indicates 15,000 fewer unauthorized immigrants lived in Indiana in 2012 than in 2009.
Even if President Obama advances reform through executive action, Congressional action may still be necessary.
An Indiana-based anthropologist says the U.S. immigration issue is intertwined with American demand for illegal drugs and the Central American drug trade.
Our statehouse reporter breaks down the top issues facing lawmakers this session, immigration reform in Indiana and Greencastle Mayor Sue Murray.
Deportations are down 10 percent in the U.S. from 2012 to 2013.
The state department says it will view all marriage licenses as equal when considering spousal-based visas.
Indiana's bio science industry accounts for nearly a third of the states export of manufactured goods annually.
Senator Dan Coats says he believes compromise between the House and Senate is possible on immigration reform, but it will require a key concession by senators.
Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-Indiana) voted for the legislation Thursday, but Sen. Dan Coats (R-Indiana) voted against it.