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Month: October 2016

Elderly Chinese feel safe in the US

Independence and comfortable living conditions help elderly Chinese immigrants to feel satisfied with their lives and at home in the US, although they can be unsettled by being unable to speak fluent English, according to new research. Researchers from Shaanxi Normal University, Georgia State University, and International Association of Long Term Care Directors, found that …

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DHS seeks extra jails as immigrant numbers skyrocket

Officials with the Department of Homeland Security are quietly attempting to find up to 5000 more jail and prison beds to cope with record numbers of undocumented immigrants in detention in the US, according to insiders. Jeh Johnson, the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, met with senior Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and …

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Advocates want to see immigration addressed by Congress

Christian faith leaders have been joined by Catholics wanting immigration reform to be addressed by Catholics in the first 100 days of the Congress’ 2017 legislative session. They also call for immigrants to be welcomed and appreciated by Christians living in the US. The Christian group, Bread for the World, which is primarily focused on …

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