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Sharp Rise in Asylum Claims From Latin America

Sharp Rise in Asylum Claims From Latin America

Sharp Rise in Asylum Claims From Latin America by Bruno Gallo In the few minutes it takes you to read this article, about a hundred people will have had to leave their homes, their belongings and everything they know and flee

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Arizona Court: No In-State Tuition for Dreamers with DACA

Arizona Court: No In-State Tuition for Dreamers with DACA

Arizona Court: No In-State Tuition for Dreamers with DACA by Griselda Nevarez The Arizona Court of Appeals has overturned a ruling that allowed young immigrants who were granted protection from deportation to pay in-state tuition at the state’s public colleges

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Latino non-voters helped Trump win

Latino non-voters helped Trump win

Latino non-voters helped Trump win By Marisa Treviño Donald J. Trump has been president a little less than five months. Because it was such a surprise outcome, there are analysts, pundits and everyday Americans still scratching their heads asking “why?”

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Dreamers Can Stay

Dreamers Can Stay

Dreamers Can Stay By David Jackson President Trump’s Department of Homeland Security has rescinded former President Barack Obama’s order shielding millions of migrants from deportation, but is letting stand a policy that grants reprieves to people who arrived in the United

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Indigenous Woman is Running for President in Mexico

Indigenous Woman is Running for President in Mexico

Indigenous Woman is Running for President in Mexico by Raquel Reichard María de Jesús Patricio Martínez is making history as the first indigenous woman to ever run for president in Mexico. MORE: 10 Films About Indigenous People & Struggles You

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Trump Targets Undocumented Immigrants Aided By Obama

Trump Targets Undocumented Immigrants Aided By Obama

Trump Targets Undocumented Immigrants Aided By Obama “It’s a judicial do-over.” By Mica Rosenberg & Reade Levinson In September 2014, Gilberto Velasquez, a 38-year-old house painter from El Salvador, received life-changing news: The U.S. government had decided to shelve its deportation

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Trump Wants DOJ To Seek Harshest Possible Penalty In Immigration Cases

Trump Wants DOJ To Seek Harshest Possible Penalty In Immigration Cases

Trump Wants DOJ To Seek Harshest Possible Penalty In Immigration Cases Immigration cases already occupy about half of the federal criminal docket.  By Roque Planas A memo issued by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions last month ordering prosecutors to bring the

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Who Overstays Their Visas Most? Wrong – It’s Not Latinos

Who Overstays Their Visas Most? Wrong – It’s Not Latinos

Who Overstays Their Visas Most? Wrong – It’s Not Latinos For years, the best—and virtually only—publicly released statistic tracking illegal immigration in the US has been the number of people caught at the southern border. Now, the US Department of

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AZ Immigration Arrests Up “Huge” Under Trump

AZ Immigration Arrests Up “Huge” Under Trump

AZ Immigration Arrests Up “Huge” Under Trump Daniel González , The Republic | azcentral.com Seventeen-year-old Marco Coss graduates from Red Mountain High School in Mesa on Thursday night, but his father won’t be there to see him receive a diploma. His father, 36-year-old Marco Tulio Coss-Ponce, is

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Migrants Talk About Their Most Prized Possession

Migrants Talk About Their Most Prized Possession

Migrants Talk About Their Most Prized Possession By Carolina Moreno When visual journalist Melissa Lyttle moved to Los Angeles just before the U.S. presidential election last year, she found herself drawn to the border and all the political rhetoric wrapped

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