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Immigration

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  • Immigration reform will fall short unless state and localities act

    Immigration is again front and center in the domestic political debate. Congress may or may not pass legislation to reform the nation's immigration system, but in the meantime President Barack Obama has taken executive action to make as many as 5...
  • Los Angeles-area officials plan crackdown on immigration scams

    City Atty. Mike Feuer and Los Angeles County officials on Thursday unveiled an effort to prosecute con artists who dupe immigrants into paying exorbitant sums for help with their legal cases. The scams — some offering to expedite asylum claims...
  • Deutch vows to fight for undocumented kids

    Deutch vows to fight for undocumented kids
    A local congressman is calling for legislation to ease the plight of thousands of undocumented children from Central America who arrived in South Florida this year. U.S. Rep. Ted Deutch, D-Boca Raton, says the children should be entitled to legal...
  • Stop the games and confirm Sarah Salda�a

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Friday, Dec. 5: Congressional antics last week to derail the nomination of U.S. Attorney Sarah Saldana as the next head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement provide yet another reason for...
  • Anti-illegal immigration activists look beyond California for action

    Anti-illegal immigration activists look beyond California for action
    For years, Raul Rodriguez Jr. would let out an exasperated sigh, then move on, whenever he read or heard news about illegal immigration. But something clicked last summer when he saw reports of multitudes of Central Americans illegally crossing the U.S.-...
  • When it comes to 'far left,' Jorge Ramos doesn't qualify

    When it comes to 'far left,' Jorge Ramos doesn't qualify
    As a columnist, one of the few rules I follow is not to stick labels to the people I write about in my columns. Most labels are in the eyes of the beholder, and many times they are simply wrong. This is the case with a recent South Florida colleague who...
  • Supreme Court says Arizona must issue driver's licenses to immigrant 'Dreamers'

    Supreme Court says Arizona must issue driver's licenses to immigrant 'Dreamers'
    The Supreme Court on Wednesday dealt Arizona another setback in its battle with the Obama administration over immigration policy, deciding the state must offer driver’s licenses to young immigrants who entered the country illegally as children but...
  • Federal judge rules Obama overstepped his authority in issuing executive order on immigration

    PITTSBURGH A federal judge in Pittsburgh ruled Tuesday that President Barack Obama overstepped his authority and violated the Constitution when he issued an executive order last month to delay deportation for millions of people living in the U.S....
  • The uncertain future of undocumented children

    On a warm day last spring, 16-year-old Hugo Pascual Tomás and his older brother Francisco left their home in Guatemala and set off on a 2,700-mile quest to find their mother. The boys had been left in the care of their elderly grandparents in 2001,...
  • Senate approves Sarah Saldana as chief immigration enforcer

    WASHINGTON The Senate narrowly approved Sarah Saldana, U.S. attorney for the Northern District of Texas, on Tuesday as head of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency, despite opposition from her home state senators. The 55-39 vote in her favor...
  • Mr. Waxman leaves Washington

    It was a Republican who once paid Democrat Henry Waxman the rough compliment of being "tougher than a boiled owl." Many of the big things Waxman helped to make into law in his four decades in Congress took bipartisan work, the kind that has all but...