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Migration

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  • Application fee for U.S. citizenship is unaffordable

    Application fee for U.S. citizenship is unaffordable
    With just a few legislative days left for the 113th Congress before the November elections, it is clear that House Republicans will ignore the bipartisan comprehensive immigration reform bill passed by the Senate last year. Even when the business, labor,...
  • Undocumented minors without lawyers don't stand much of a chance

    Undocumented minors without lawyers don't stand much of a chance
    What a difference a lawyer makes. According to a new analysis of nearly 102,000 cases of detained undocumented, unaccompanied minors going back a decade and through the end of June, fewer than half had legal help during the immigration hearing on...
  • LAUSD opens doors to young Central American immigrants

    LAUSD opens doors to young Central American immigrants
    At the low-slung bungalow west of downtown, a youngster screams from a vaccination and a nurse records the height and weight of an older boy. Academic counselors stand by, because it is here that many children who recently crossed the southern border...
  • Ramesh Ponnuru: Buffett, Gates, Adelson don't get immigration

    A trio of billionaires — Sheldon Adelson, Warren Buffett and Bill Gates — say they want to "End the Immigration Impasse," to quote the headline of their recent New York Times op-ed. The article will do nothing to end that impasse, however,...
  • Illegal immigrants will destroy America as we know it [Letter]

    Illegal immigrants will destroy America as we know it [Letter]
    The influx of illegal immigrants can and will cause the decline of America as we know it and present a imminent danger to our safety and security as well as a huge economic decline on the horizon. It's estimated that more then 11 million illegal...
  • No quick and easy solutions to the border crisis

     No quick and easy solutions to the border crisis
    There have been some recent stirrings of reasonableness in Washington over the humanitarian crisis at the Mexican border, stirrings that should be supported and nurtured like, well, a child. But let's not fool ourselves: The proposals being bandied...
  • In Honduras, U.S. deportees seek to journey north again

    In Honduras, U.S. deportees seek to journey north again
    By the time Isaias Sosa turned 14, he'd already seen 15 bullet-riddled bodies laid out in his neighborhood of Cabañas, one of the most violent in this tropical metropolis. He rarely ventured outside his grandmother's home, fortified with a wrought iron...
  • Enrique's Journey | Chapter Five: Notes About Sources

    Bullhorns: written from interviews with Enrique and Rio Grande camp dweller Hernan Bonilla. Words agent shouted through the bullhorn: from Bonilla, confirmed by Enrique. Lost phone numbers: from Deacon Esteban Ramirez Rodriguez of Parroquia de Guadalupe...
  • During break, ponder amnesty for all: My Word

      As the son of a family of Italian immigrants, who entered the United States close to the beginning of the 20th century, I am disappointed by the ongoing debate in Congress and throughout the country over undocumented immigrants, especially young...
  • Obama says Americans don't want him 'twiddling my thumbs'

    Obama says Americans don't want him 'twiddling my thumbs'
    Despite Republican charges that he has abused his authority, President Obama said Wednesday he won’t dial back his use of executive power to advance his political agenda without help from Congress. The American public doesn’t want him...
  • Arizona politician, protesters mistake YMCA campers for immigrants

    Arizona politician, protesters mistake YMCA campers for immigrants
    A would-be congressman joined protesters in Oracle, Ariz., to object to housing some Central American immigrant children at a local academy. But when all was said and done, he might have been better off staying home.  Protesters on both sides of the...