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Immigration

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  • Judges' union calls for change in US immigration courts, separation from the Justice Department

    DALLAS Two federal immigration court judges criticized the fast-track deportation hearings for unaccompanied minors Wednesday and called for the courts to be made independent from the Justice Department. The judges, leaders in the National Association of...
  • Don't let Arizona and Kansas get away with potentially discriminatory voter registration rules

    Arizona, which has become infamous for its hostility toward immigrants who are in the country illegally, lost an important case in the U.S. Supreme Court last year when the justices ruled that the state couldn't require proof of U.S. citizenship as part...
  • For the record

    Immigration: An article in the LATExtra section Aug. 26 about Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's visit to Los Angeles said that, during an appearance with Peña Nieto, Gov. Jerry Brown told immigrants in the audience that it didn't matter whether...
  • A simple plan to resolve the immigration crisis

    A simple plan to resolve the immigration crisis
    The solution to our immigration problem is so simple that it boggles one's mind. First, we are not going to deport 10 million people. What would we do, keep them in concentration camps, then pack them into box cars and ship them back? However, they...
  • Will Today's Solutions Become Tomorrow's Problems?

    Will Today's Solutions Become Tomorrow's Problems?
    I won't condemn the past to praise the present. Progress! Some shout that word as if we drive on a straight smooth road to our predestined ever-better future. Hogwash. Take immigration, for example. Is there anyone who will say that now at the start...
  • Scots are hot: TV's 'Outlander' sparks local lore, kilt following

    AKRON, Ohio Women on both sides of the Atlantic share a secret: Scots are hot. If a Scotsman wears a kilt and speaks in a heavy Scottish brogue, more's the better. If we didn't learn that by watching dramas based on Scottish history (think Liam Neeson in...
  • Republicans can't duck role in crafting immigration reform

    Comprehensive immigration reform is long overdue and much needed. The possibilities of the U.S. House of Representatives considering such a bill to reconcile with the one passed by the Senate this year are all but nil. The only possible solution is for...
  • Feds to allow some immigrant deportees to return under new settlement

    Feds to allow some immigrant deportees to return under new settlement
    Homeland Security officials have agreed to allow some migrants deported from Southern California to return to the U.S. as part of a settlement agreement with the ACLU, the civil rights group announced Wednesday. The settlement comes in response to...
  • Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on L.A. visit

    Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto kicked off a two-day tour of California with a speech to Mexican immigrants in Los Angeles on Monday in which he pledged to make life better for his countrymen living on both sides of the border. Pledging reduced...
  • Lawmakers praise Mexican president's message of cooperation

    Lawmakers praise Mexican president's message of cooperation
    Lawmakers from both parties praised Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's message of economic and political partnership between California and Mexico after the president's address Tuesday to a joint session of the Legislature. State Sen. Kevin de...
  • Lawmakers move to scrap English-only instruction

    Lawmakers move to scrap English-only instruction
    California lawmakers took a step Tuesday toward an overhaul of the voter-approved 1998 law requiring English-only instruction in public schools, another victory for Latino legislators seeking to strip away polarizing laws aimed at immigrants....