Tag: El Salvador

Obama Administration Going For Broke on Deportation, But What About Enforcement?

Immigrant rights groups insist that Obama should have used his executive powers when he said he was going to. Instead, they claim, he has delayed action on helping the over 13 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. The

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Children’s Immigration Crisis Continues

Although numbers eased somewhat in July and August, the children’s immigration crisis remains the most pressing immigration issue of the day.  Since October 2013, more than 52,000 children have been taken into custody. Most are from Central America, and a

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Central American Immigration Debate Overshadows Stranded Spouses of Legal, H-1B Visa Workers

As the emotionally charged national debate over immigration roils communities across the United States, the much-reported movement of thousands of undocumented children across the U.S.-Mexican border into this country has become the latest flash point of discussion. While the children’s

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Indian Immigrants Account for a Key Share of Foreign-Born Texas Residents

Ask most people what country is the source of the majority of immigrants to Texas, and the vast majority would probably and rightfully answer with Mexico, the Lone Star State’s neighbor to the south. However, it is safe to say

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