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Immigration

NAM original coverage and ethnic media articles on immigration policy and its impact on everyday lives. This section is supported by the Evelyn and Walter Haas Jr. Fund and The Carnegie Corporation of New York. For more information on NAM immigration coverage, contact Sandip Roy at sroy[at]newamericamedia[dot]org.

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Thousands Call for Immigration Reform in Las Vegas

Univision, Apr 11, 2010

Thousands of people arrived in Las Vegas on Saturday to call on Congress to enact immigration reform.

ICE Sweep Rips Dad from Family

ChicoSol, News Report, Leslie Layton, Apr 09, 2010

"David" was among about 120 people from California's Central Valley who were deported in an immigration sweep that some members of the Latino community believe is retaliation for last month's immigration rallies.

Immigration Courts Swamped by Backlogs

New America Media, News Report, Valeria Fernndez , Apr 09, 2010

Judicial vacancies and shortages of court staff, coupled with the increased detention of immigrants that started under Pres. George W. Bush and continues to grow during the Obama administration, are causing exponential growth in immigration caseloads around the country. Legal experts say the dysfunction affects the justice system and must be fixed.

Will Immigration Reform Impact the US Labor Market?

New America Media, Q&A, Sandip Roy, Apr 07, 2010

What will be the economic impact of legalization of the undocumented? Thats become the billion-dollar question in a shaky economy. A new study from the Public Policy Institute of California looks back at immigrants who achieved legal status in 2003 to see what effect legalization had on their wages and earnings and finds results that bust some popular beliefs on both sides of the debate.

ICE Feels the Heat

La Opinin, Pilar Marrero, Apr 05, 2010


We Don't Want Just Any Immigration Reform

New America Media, Commentary, Renee Saucedo, Apr 04, 2010

Immigrant rights activist Renee Saucedo argues that both immigration reform bills -- proposed by Schumer and Graham in the Senate and Gutierrez in the House -- begin negotiations with the lowest common denominator.

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Supreme Court Gives Immigrants New Rights

RaceWire, News Analysis, Seth Freed Wessler, Apr 01, 2010

The ruling in Padilla v. Kentucky requires defense attorneys to accurately advise their non-citizen clients of the potential immigration consequences of pleading guilty to a crime.

End of the Column of the Americas

New America Media, Commentary, Roberto Dr. Cintli Rodriguez, Mar 30, 2010

In his last column, Roberto Rodriguez writes that he is disappointed that the Obama administration has embraced the reactionary policies of Bushs post-9/11 nation. Column writing, he writes, is also reactive by its nature; and it is now time to create.

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