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Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested

Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested

Some Latino House Members Excluded From A Meeting With ICE That They Requested By Elise Foley wo Democratic representatives say Republicans kicked them out of a meeting with Immigration and Customs Enforcement on Thursday after the agency canceled a planned

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City of Phoenix Talks Immigration Enforcement in Schools

City of Phoenix Talks Immigration Enforcement in Schools

City of Phoenix Talks Immigration Enforcement in Schools By Ellen O’Brien An ad hoc subcommittee of the Phoenix City Council met Friday morning to discuss possible responses by the City to President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration and refugees.

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Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump

Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump

Border Patrol Sees Dramatic Drop in Numbers’ Since Trump By Julio Ricardo Varela A week after it reported January apprehension and inadmissible entry statistics that showed a decrease from December, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) published its February data

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Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today

Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today

By Raul A. Reyes and Geraldine Cols Azócar Mexican American Legal Defense Fund Today What’s it like to head up a Latino legal advocacy group amid President Donald Trump’s recent policies and others he’s promised to implement? Thomas A. Saenz,

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Trump May Match Obama on Deportations, but Would Radically Shift Focus

Trump May Match Obama on Deportations, but Would Radically Shift Focus

President Barack Obama was criticized as “deporter in chief” for policies that led to the removal of a record 2.5 million people during his tenure. President-elect Donald Trump could match those numbers while dramatically shifting the focus of enforcement. (Featured

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FileRight.com Helping Immigrants File Paperwork Before Government Fees Increase

FileRight.com Helping Immigrants File Paperwork Before Government Fees Increase

HENDERSON, NEVADA (Dec. 12, 2016) – FileRight.com, an online software company that has made the confusing immigration application process simple and worry-free with step-by-step instructions and access to immigration lawyers, urges those who need to file immigration applications/petitions to finalize

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Study: Influx of Immigrants is Overall Boost to U.S. Workers, Economy

Study: Influx of Immigrants is Overall Boost to U.S. Workers, Economy

Immigrants’ share of the U.S. workforce has grown over the past 20 years, but a new report says those workers have generally benefited native-born workers with higher wages and more opportunities in the long run. (Photo by Jeffrey Beall/Creative Commons) By Jessica

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Supreme Court to Decide on Obama Immigration Plan

Supreme Court to Decide on Obama Immigration Plan

By Lorin McLain Immigration activists are optimistic the U.S. Supreme Court will allow President Obama to push through his plan to protect millions of immigrants from deportation. Federal attorneys appeared before the chief justices this week arguing the president has

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Border Crisis Shakes Up Midterm Races, Immigration is Now A Top Concern For Voters

With November elections approaching, a new poll shows that the crisis of unaccompanied children at the border has made immigration a pivotal issue for voters. According to Fox Latino News, Republican Senate candidates have focused ads on the issue, and

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A Look at the Migrant Crisis: Thousands of Kids Held in Concrete Cells

PHOENIX — The media has gotten a first hand look at the migrant crisis.  Border Patrol stations like the ones in Brownsville and Nogales, both in Arizona, were not meant for long-term custody. Immigrants are supposed to wait there until

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