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Immigration

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  • U.S. moves against two Salvadoran military men in landmark cases

    U.S. moves against two Salvadoran military men in landmark cases
    U.S. authorities on Wednesday acted against two former Salvadoran military men who had lived freely and openly in the United States for years despite allegations they were involved in some of the most egregious atrocities committed in their homeland....
  • Federal judge refuses to lift injunction on Obama's immigration order

    A federal judge refused late Tuesday to lift a temporary hold on President Obama's executive action seeking to shield up to 5 million immigrants from deportation. U.S. District Judge Andrew S. Hanen declined to stay his Feb. 16 decision, which granted a...
  • With new immigration proposals, state lawmakers hope to build momentum

    With new immigration proposals, state lawmakers hope to build momentum
    Democratic lawmakers will unveil a slew of new immigration-related proposals Tuesday, including measures that would extend state-paid health coverage to those in the country illegally and offer more protection against deportation. Legislators behind the...
  • Suspended state grants will reduce Aurora area immigrant services, teen mentoring

    Suspended state grants will reduce Aurora area immigrant services, teen mentoring
    Some Aurora area organizations that help immigrants and mentor children and teens after school will be forced to cut services or charge for them after Gov. Bruce Rauner suspended $26.3 million in state grants last week to help fill a budget hole. The...
  • Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do

    Marco Rubio, once seen as front-runner, has some catching up to do
    Three years ago, Sen. Marco Rubio was heralded as the Republican Party’s future. After the GOP’s stinging 2012 presidential loss, strategists prescribed the charismatic, young tea party favorite as the antidote to a fractured party —...
  • Bill would give restricted NC driver permits to immigrants

    People living illegally in the U.S. could obtain a driver's permit in North Carolina if they go through several legal hoops, under legislation that cleared a House committee Wednesday. Enough members on a judiciary panel voted for the bill, which also...
  • Obama's disastrous immigration policy

    Obama's disastrous immigration policy
    The misguided immigration policies of President Barack Obama will have disastrous consequences for the nation's future ("Immigration reprieve would apply to 55,000 in Maryland," Feb. 8). Democratic lawmakers are pushing to give voting rights to millions...
  • Tech workers' spouses ready, eager to work under new immigration rules

    SEATTLE To ready herself for a job hunt, Niyati Desai has started updating her resume and reaching out to professional contacts. In her native India, Desai, 32, managed marketing accounts for global companies such as Procter & Gamble and Prudential....
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Allentown joins cities backing Obama immigration reforms

    Allentown joins cities backing Obama immigration reforms
    Allentown isĀ among 73 cities and counties that have signed a legal brief supporting President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration. Those immigration changes - which could allow up to 5 million undocumented immigrants with longstanding U.S....