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Immigration

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  • The complicated rules of citizenship

     The complicated rules of citizenship
    To Americans, the rules of citizenship can seem simple: You're a member of this nation either by birth or naturalization. But centuries of debate over how citizenship can be acquired and lost show that the concept is not simple at all. This is...
  • Immigration reform: Who qualifies and who doesn't?

    Immigration reform: Who qualifies and who doesn't?
    President Obama’s new set of immigration policies could affect up to 5 million people, including the possibility of a three-year reprieve from the threat of deportation for some parents of residents with legal status. In addition, the...
  • Obama Stakes Out Moral Ground On Immigration

    Obama Stakes Out Moral Ground On Immigration
    President Barack Obama began his immigration speech to the nation with a lie, then alternated between appeasing and taunting his critics, and wrapped up with a poetic truth. Not bad for a 15-minute speech. Obama managed to shrink-wrap the nation's love/...
  • Obama's immigration order brings peace of mind to millions

    Obama's immigration order brings peace of mind to millions
    If you're a foreigner in this country without authorization, you may be a hardworking, upright and taxpaying person, but you live in daily terror of making a fatal misstep. Overlooking a broken taillight, being a witness to a crime, getting hit by a car...
  • Mexico, Central America hail Obama's immigration reform

    MEXICO CITY/TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto and Central American leaders hailed U.S. President Barack Obama's sweeping immigration reforms on Friday, with the Mexican leader calling them the "most important measures taken...
  • The moral wisdom of Obama's executive action

    President Obama began his immigration speech to the nation with a lie, then alternated between appeasing and taunting his critics, and wrapped up with a poetic truth. Not bad for a 15-minute speech. Obama managed to shrink-wrap the nation's love/hate...
  • Obama's immigration plan to reach far fewer than 4.7 million: lawyers

    By Julia Edwards WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama's executive action easing the threat of deportation for 4.7 million undocumented immigrants is unlikely to cover many of those eligible because of practical hurdles, immigration lawyers...
  • Obama's immigrant order could have far-reaching impacts

    WASHINGTON President Barack Obama's executive action to defer deportations will have a resounding impact on some 5 million undocumented immigrants and their families, who will no longer have to fear a late-night knock on the door and being separated...
  • Plenty of passion, little agreement on Obama's immigration order

    Regular readers of The Times' letters page have probably gathered that the topic of immigration has the unique ability to galvanize writers into all-or-nothing, uncompromising sides: those who demand strict enforcement of the law and concerted efforts...
  • Texas, Oklahoma threaten suits to block Obama immigration plan

    Texas, Oklahoma threaten suits to block Obama immigration plan
    As President Obama left Friday for Las Vegas to rally support for his executive actions on immigration, local officials in Arizona, Texas and Oklahoma moved to the courts to block the plan. Obama on Thursday announced that he would set in motion a...
  • Congressional reactions to President Obama's immigration reform announcement

    Congressional reactions to President Obama's immigration reform announcement
    Reactions from Florida's congressional delegation are trickling in about President Barack Obama's announcement of his immigration reform orders. Not surprisingly, U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D, and U.S. Reps. Alan Grayson, D-Orlando, and Corrinie Brown, D-...