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Immigration

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In San Mateo County, A Call to End Youth Deportations

Aug 14, 2012

Ed. Note: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will begin Wednesday accepting applications for “deferred action” from young immigrants brought to the United States as children. Estimates put the number of potential applicants at over one million. While the...

Ca. County Calls for End to Youth Deportations

Aug 14, 2012

Ed. Note: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security will begin Wednesday accepting applications for “deferred action” from young immigrants brought to the United States as children. Estimates put the number of potential applicants at over one million. While the...

DHS Proposes “Expanded Border” in New Mexico

Aug 10, 2012

In an era when border travel has become increasingly problematic, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is now proposing to expand the geographic area Mexican nationals can travel within the state of New Mexico.Invoking its rule-making authority, the DHS proposed...

Assam Riots: No End in Sight to Refugee Misery

Aug 09, 2012

 BONGAIGAON, Assam --  When I ask for directions to the refugee camp at the military checkpost, the man in uniform is bemused.“Which camp?” he says. “There are so many.” When I tell him it’s in a high school, he shrugs....

Beefed Up Border Patrol Devastates Northern Community

Aug 04, 2012

FORKS, Wash. – Oscar and Olivia, 10-year-old red-headed twins – his hair cut short, hers long down her back – browse through the shelves at the Forks branch library. They pause to pull out a book that catches their interest...

Hillary Clinton: Diaspora Communities Can Revitalize U.S. Cities

Jul 27, 2012

WASHINGTON — Secretary of State Hillary Clinton recognized on Wednesday the crucial role of diaspora communities in national and global development efforts, emphasizing their potential to solve problems in their home countries and spur U.S. economic growth.“By tapping into the...

U.S. Citizen Sues FBI for Labeling Him 'Deportable' Under S-Comm

Jul 10, 2012

An editorial in La Opinión makes the case against the national fingerprint program Secure Communities. Mistakenly labeling a U.S. citizen as "deportable" because of flaws in the database is just the beginning, editors write.A man in Chicago just became the...

It’s More Complicated Than “Legal vs. Illegal”: An Open Letter to Ruben Navarrette

Jul 10, 2012

Editor's Note: Is the term "illegal immigrant" a slur? Last year New America Media asked the media serving U.S. immigrant communities what term they use to describe undocumented immigrants: How Do Ethnic Media Say 'Illegal Immigrant'? Now the question is...

DREAMer Relief -- Good for My Brother But Not for Me

Jul 02, 2012

  <a href="http://adavila.bandcamp.com/track/just-sayin" _mce_href="http://adavila.bandcamp.com/track/just-sayin">Just Sayin' by AD Avila</a Deferred Action Is a Fit for My Brother, But Not for MeBy Juan Gabriel When Obama announced the deferred action plan, my phone blew up with text messages and calls from...

SB 1070 Ruling Has Both Sides Claiming Victory

Jun 26, 2012

PHOENIX, Az. – Lawmakers on both sides of the political divide in Arizona are claiming victory following Monday’s Supreme Court ruling on the state’s immigration law known as SB 1070.“This morning the U.S. Supreme Court sent a loud message to...

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