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Immigration

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NY Times

Census data from the Mexican government indicate an extraordinary decline in the number of Mexican immigrants going to the United States. Largely a result of Mexicans’ deciding to delay illegal crossings because of the lack of jobs in the ailing Amer

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Pawtucket Times

Referring to the protesters, who were also chanting, “racist, sexist, anti-gay, Tom Tancredo go away,” Tancredo insisted his stand on immigration “has nothing to do with race. It is always perceived as some sort of racial thing."

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Lorber represents a brain-dead society! He argues for his own suicide. Pure and simple! I’ll give him one point: he can create an unworkable paradigm out of the safety of his moment.

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Washington Post

The Supreme Court made it easier for immigrants seeking to avoid deportation to get another chance at a court hearing. The decision came in the case of Jean Marc Nken, who came to the United States in 2001 and did not leave when his visa expired.

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Washington Post

Civil liberties groups are renewing calls for the Obama administration to change screening at border posts by limiting questions about Americans' political beliefs and religious practices and establishing a process for U.S. citizens and residents

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KTAR (NBC TV12)

Richard and Linda Zuzueta vow to fight their son's deportion despite a recent legal blow. In March a federal judge ruled 24-year old Bradley Zuzueta is in fact a U.S. citizen. Immigration and Customs Enforcement lawyers appealed that decision

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AP

Pedro Guzman has been an American citizen all his life. Yet in 2007, the 31-year-old Los Angeles native, mentally ill and never able to read or write, signed a waiver agreeing to leave the country without a hearing and was deported to Mexico

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