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Month: August 2014

Feds settle immigration lawsuit subject to conditions

Immigration authorities in the United States have to revamp their current practices to ensure that undocumented Mexican immigrants have been correctly informed of their legal right to a hearing in front of an immigration judge to comply with the settlement of a lawsuit. The American Civil Liberties Union filed the federal lawsuit in June last …

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Rubio warns Obama to avoid unilateral action

Florida Republican Marco Rubio ‒ who has previously supported a broad overhaul of the immigration system, including a pathway to legal status for undocumented immigrants ‒ warned President Obama to avoid taking executive action to reduce the rate of deportations on Tuesday. Rubio has written a letter to Obama declaring that he is “increasingly alarmed” …

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Lawmakers in California to help undocumented minors

Lawmakers in California are trying to pass two bills to provide undocumented immigrant minors with legal counsel when they go to immigration court.  Senate Bill 873 and California Assembly Bill 1477 would supply $3m to non-profit organizations that provide assistance to undocumented minors and grant these minors ‘special immigrant juvenile status’ to expedite the process …

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Immigration detention centers deport almost 300 women and children

Almost 300 women and children from Central America being held in family detention centers that opened following the recent influx of illegal immigrants over the southwest border have been deported.  280 women and children were deported as of late Wednesday from the Artesia Family Residential Center, with a further 14 deported from the Karnes County …

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