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Immigration

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Two Longtime U.S. Residents Face Deportation

Feb 13, 2012

A school bus driver in Raleigh, N. C., who was due to be deported Feb. 14 has received an 11th hour temporary stay of deportation valid for one year.Mark Gomes has lived in the United States since 1991, after fleeing...

Amid Sex Abuse Tragedy, Immigrant Families Afraid to Turn to Police

Feb 08, 2012

WASHINGTON -- As the story of sexual abuse at an elementary school in Los Angeles continues to shock the nation, Spanish-language media is reporting another tragic development. Parents of some Miramonte Elementary School children are afraid to go to informational...

Study: HB 56 Will Shrink Alabama's Economy by $2.3 Billion

Feb 01, 2012

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – A new study from economist Dr. Samuel Addy, the director of the Center for Business and Economic Research at the University of Alabama, provides the latest conclusive evidence that HB 56 has been, and will continue to...

Judge: Human Trafficking Law Covers Filipino Teachers' Case

Jan 18, 2012

BATON ROUGE — A Los Angeles federal judge ruled that the case of Filipino teachers brought to Louisiana and then subjected to allegedly abusive conditions qualifies to be heard under the federal human trafficking law.U.S. District Judge John A. Kronstadt’s...

A Look Behind the U.S. Drop in Illegal Immigration

Jan 18, 2012

Editor’s Note: A recent New York Times op-ed by Dowell Myers argues that we need to shift from an “immigration policy,” focused on border enforcement, to an “immigrant policy” focused on the integration of those who are already here. The...

Hispanic GOP Group Endorses Newt Gingrich

Jan 17, 2012

Somos Republicans, which calls itself the largest Hispanic Republican group in the country, with some 6,000 members, announced on Monday that it is endorsing Newt Gingrich as the best Republican candidate for 2012.  "We believe that Newt Gingrich knows the...

New Hampshire City Debates Moratorium on Refugees

Jan 10, 2012

MANCHESTER, N.H. – Ahmed was called a traitor in Iraq. The 48-year-old worked as a security manager for several American newspapers. For that he was kidnapped twice, and threatened by men half his age. Both he and his wife were...

Pew: U.S. Foreign-Born Population Increases 1.6 Percent

Jan 09, 2012

The foreign-born population in the U.S. increased by 616,000, or 1.6%, from 2009 to 2010, according to a new analysis of census data by the Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center. Both the absolute increase and...

Texas Troopers To Patrol Rio Grande For Mexican Cartels

Jan 06, 2012

SAN ANTONIO, Texas — The Texas Highway Patrol will soon hit the water. The Rio Grande, actually.Arguing the federal government continues to do too little, too late to protect the U.S.-Mexico border, the state of Texas feels compelled to pick...

Dispatch From Detention: A Rare Look Inside Our ‘Humane’ Immigration Jails

Jan 06, 2012

Sam Kitching, a soft-spoken, round old man dressed in civilian clothes who works for the Sheriff’s department at the Baker County Jail put his hand on my shoulder and, addressing me as “young man,” said, “It’s very important that you...

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