10 misleading statements about immigration

Donald Trump visited the border in Laredo, Texas, on July 24, 2015. (AP)
Donald Trump visited the border in Laredo, Texas, on July 24, 2015. (AP)

From statements about "anchor babies" to deportation data, illegal immigration has been one of the hottest topics of the 2016 presidential race.

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump has made several claims related to immigration that have received False and Pants on Fire ratings. We have also fact-checked claims by many other GOP candidates, including former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, former Texas Governor Rick Perry and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker, as well as Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton.

Click here to see PolitiFact's breakdown of 10 misleading immigration statements.

And here's our own latest look at an immigration statement: HALF TRUE: Ted Cruz's claim the Obama administration released 104,000 "criminal illegal aliens," including 196 murderers.