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Immigration

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Top Immigration Articles

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  • Immigrant mother: Time at detention center depresses kids

    Immigrant children at a federal detention facility in Texas are acting depressed after months of regimentation and confinement, said a Honduran mother who was recently released with her 2-year-old son. Kenia Galeano, 26, said at a small protest Tuesday...
  • Hartford Plans To Introduce Municipal ID Cards

    Hartford Plans To Introduce Municipal ID Cards
    HARTFORD — A plan to introduce municipal identification cards in the state's capital would give undocumented immigrants, the homeless and other residents who might be living in the shadows easier access to city services, community leaders said...
  • Honduran migrant provides peek into dark world of human smuggling

    MIAMI Marlon Marquez, a Honduran who lives in Miami, appears to be a typical undocumented immigrant from Central America. But he is far from that. He crossed the border near McAllen, Texas, as a hostage of people who claimed to belong to the powerful...
  • After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions

    After soaring rhetoric, Rubio begins to outline policy positions
    After launching his 2016 presidential campaign by declaring "yesterday is over,” Sen. Marco Rubio began filling in some of the policy details behind his lofty rhetoric in a round of media interviews. The 43-year-old brushed off comparisons to...
  • 5 times Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio didn't shy away from controversy

    5 times Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio didn't shy away from controversy
    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio isn't new to making headlines.  The outspoken Arizona sheriff, who often boasts about his get-tough approach on illegal immigration, was in U.S. District Court in Phoenix on Wednesday for the second day of a four-day...
  • Top immigration officials say summer won't see surge in kids

    There won't be nearly as many immigrant children who cross the border on their own this summer as there were last year, top officials say. Daniel Ragsdale, deputy director for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, said authorities expect far fewer...
  • Arizona sheriff shifts blame over disobeying court order

    The normally defiant sheriff for metro Phoenix responded meekly and shifted blame Wednesday as he was questioned in court about why he violated a judge's orders to stop carrying out his signature immigration patrols. Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio...
  • Proposed Rauner budget cuts kidney transplants for undocumented immigrants

    Activists held hunger strikes for years and doctors lobbied the state General Assembly before Illinois allowed undocumented immigrants to acquire state-funded kidney transplants last year, a program that is set to be cut under Gov. Bruce Rauner's proposed...
  • Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'

    Immigrant on detention center hunger strike: 'We want to be free'
    Delmy Cruz left her son Alexis with her mother in Honduras and crossed the border illegally to make a life for herself cleaning homes in Los Angeles. Soon after, she gave birth to another son, Jackson, now 6. Last year, as gang violence worsened in...
  • Immigration reform, liberals and religion: Letters

    Immigration reform, liberals and religion: Letters
    Back immigration reform Our family was affluent, middle class — Dad, an engineer; Mom, a homemaker; children, enrolled in private school. We had the luxuries of a typical middle-class family in a westernized world. There was no need to leave...
  • Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces contempt hearing in Phoenix

    Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio faces contempt hearing in Phoenix
    Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio cut a wide swath even beyond his Arizona world, where he was a very big political fish. He became the voice for a type of tough justice that harked back to the Wild West, when the lawman's word was absolute and few...