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Officials complicit in US veterans’ deportation

The naturalization applications of dozens of US veterans born overseas, who later faced, or have been, deported were misplaced, lost or not filed by the federal government. This is according to a new report released by California’s branch of the American Civil Liberties Union on Wednesday. The report, “Discharged, Then Discarded,” documents as many as …

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Immigration bills should be rejected by Senate

Two bills due for debate in the US Senate on July 6 should be rejected. According to Human Rights Watch, the bills would undermine local and state law enforcement, and cause the country’s immigration system to become even more dysfunctional. One of the bills in question, sponsored by Pennsylvania Senator Patrick Toomey, proposes penalizing local jurisdictions financially if …

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Mexicans indicted over counterfeit immigration documents

Six Mexican nationals have been indicted for their part in the creation and selling of counterfeit United States identification and immigration documents. The Homeland Security Investigations department of Immigration and Customs Enforcement says that the Mexicans sold bundles of fake documents, including green cards and Social Security cards, charging between $80 and $150. The defendants …

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State Department blocks deportation of violent criminal immigrants

Efforts to deport criminal immigrants, including those involved in violent crimes, are being thwarted by the State Department. Immigration agents wanting to deport criminal immigrants to countries reluctant to allow the return of their own citizens, including China, Liberia, and Guinea, are forced to release them back to the streets of the United States. Several …

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Immigration changes unlikely whoever becomes President

Fast action on the issue of immigration has been promised by both the Republican and Democratic Presidential candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, should they win the White House in November. Neither is likely to be able to deliver on their promises, thanks to Congress. Reno’s University of Nevada political science professor, Eric Herzik, says …

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Will Canada become the US illegal immigration entry point?

Immigration experts fear that Canada will increase its standing as an entry point to the United States for undocumented immigrants. The country is set to lift visa requirements for visitors coming from Mexico as of 1 December this year. With the border between the United States and Canada thinly policed, immigration watchers are concerned that …

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