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Immigration

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  • Lawyer: I released judge's words to protect my clients in family detention

    WASHINGTON Bryan Johnson signed a confidentiality agreement. But the New York immigration lawyer, retained as a legal consultant for negotiators locked in high-level talks with Department of Justice officials over the fate of the Obama administration's...
  • Where they stand: Bush on key topics of 2016 campaign

    A look at where Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush stands on some of the issues likely to be debated in the campaign for his party's nomination: IMMIGRATION Bush supports a system that would allow immigrants in the country illegally to stay,...
  • The 14th Amendment is not meant for anchor babies

    The 14th Amendment is not meant for anchor babies
    Should babies born in the U.S. automatically become citizens, regardless of their parents' immigration status? The short answer is absolutely not. The long answer is more complicated, historically and emotionally. Americans have always had the right...
  • Confiscating birthright won't fix immigration woes

    Confiscating birthright won't fix immigration woes
    An age-old debate renews around the issue of birthright citizenship: Should babies born in the United States automatically become citizens, regardless of their parents' immigration status? This question, and others like it, have been raised countless...
  • Immigration reform: Let the states lead the way

    Immigration reform: Let the states lead the way
    Texas and California are trying to reform legal migration on their own. The politics in these two states couldn't be more different, but legislators in both states recently proposed running their own guest-worker visa programs to get around the federal...
  • States, cities call for skilled foreign workers amid abuse claims

    A computer programmer from India was promised a $46,500 salary in New York, plus tuition to study for a master's degree. Instead, his annual pay averaged less than $13,000 and his degree was withheld when his employer failed to make the promised tuition...
  • Jeb Bush enters 2016 presidential race, casts himself as outsider

    Jeb Bush enters 2016 presidential race, casts himself as outsider
    Vowing to win the Republican presidential nomination on his own merits, Jeb Bush launched a White House bid months in the making Monday with a promise to stay true to his beliefs — easier said than done in a bristling primary contest where his...
  • Mexico's deportations of Central Americans rise sharply

    Mexico deported 79 percent more people from Central America's northern triangle in the first four months of 2015 than it did during the same period a year earlier, according to government statistics. Data from Mexico's National Immigration Institute...
  • Jeb Bush has optimistic message, faces challenges in '16 bid

    Vowing to win the Republican presidential nomination on his own merits, Jeb Bush launched a White House bid months in the making Monday with a promise to stay true to his beliefs — easier said than done in a bristling primary contest where his...
  • Jeb adds welcome style, experience to GOP race: Editorial

    Jeb adds welcome style, experience to GOP race: Editorial
    By the time Jeb Bush got around to officially entering the Republican race for president this week, there were enough candidates or likely candidates in the field to take on the Orlando City Lions — and still leave reserves on the bench. Yet...
  • Democratic lawmakers tout immigrant benefits in California budget deal

    Democratic lawmakers tout immigrant benefits in California budget deal
    Democratic legislators lauded the state budget's planned expansion of public healthcare to children in the country illegally as "historic" Tuesday afternoon, and trumpeted California's immigrant-friendly spending plan in contrast to federal inaction on...