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Month: March 2012

Protesters Arrested and Released, Will Not be Deported

After a recent immigration rally, four protesters were released from jail and authorities have reported that the adults will not be deported, even though all four have admitted to being in the country illegally. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced that the protestors will not be deported because they are focused on deporting criminal undocumented …

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Are Open Borders a Solution to Immigration?

Immigration, and especially undocumented immigration, has been a major concern in the US for decades. Proposed solutions run the gamut from tougher immigration laws to amnesty. Some experts have also suggested that open borders would eliminate the issue of undocumented immigration entirely. Some believe that removing government intervention by opening borders would take care of …

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Obama Says Unilateral Military Action Against Syria Would be a Mistake

President Barack Obama gave a news conference on March 6 at the White House, to discuss the growing global concern over events in Syria. President Obama said that despite concerns, it would be a mistake to act alone and take unilateral military action against Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad and his government. In the press conference, …

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Children of Illegal Immigrants: What Happens to Them?

In many cases, when undocumented immigrants enter the US, they bring their families with them. When parents are discovered by immigration authorities and deported, this can create a family tragedy if the children are left behind. According to some experts, there are more than 5000 immigrant children in foster care because their parents were detained …

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