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Attorneys for ex-CEO of Iowa kosher slaughterhouse say charges tainted by grand jury’s bias

February 24, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP) Attorneys for a kosher slaughterhouse and a former executive charged after the plant was raided by immigration officials asked a federal judge on Monday to dismiss the case or move the trial out of Iowa, claiming anti-Jewish bias in the grand jury and the state that one lawyer...

Aumentan naturalizaciones entre soldados extranjeros

February 23, 2009 - MSN Latino

El Paso (Texas), 23 feb (EFE).- Las autoridades migratorias han registrado un aumento del 30 por ciento en el número de extranjeros, en su mayoría mexicanos alistados en el ejército de Estados Unidos, que han obtenido su ciudadanía en los últimos tres años.

Illegal immigrant population declines

February 23, 2009 - USA Today

WASHINGTON The number of illegal immigrants in the USA fell for the first time in at least four years, with the nation's tough economy keeping fewer people from sneaking into the USA, the Homeland Security Department said Monday.

Asciende a siete millones número de mexicanos indocumentados en EU

February 23, 2009 - Diario La Estrella

WASHINGTON El número de mexicanos indocumentados en Estados Unidos alcanzó un nuevo techo histórico de siete millones en 2008, lo que representa seis de cada 10 inmigrantes que viven en este país de manera ilegal, según un análisis oficial.

High Court to rule whether immigrants must be told they face deportation if they plead guilty

February 23, 2009 -

WASHINGTON (AP) The Supreme Court agreed Monday to decide a frequently recurring question involving immigrants: whether they must be told by their lawyers that they face deportation if they plead guilty to serious crimes.

Deported infant case back in court

February 23, 2009 - Houston Chronicle

McALLEN, Texas A South Texas woman's lawsuit against the federal government for deporting her 1-year-old daughter a U.S. citizen to Mexico will move forward after a federal appeals court ruled that it was incorrectly dismissed by a lower court.

Supreme Court to hear ID-theft case

February 23, 2009 - The Arizona Republic

WASHINGTON - Ignacio Carlos Flores-Figueroa, an undocumented worker from Mexico, made a curious and undeniably bad decision. After working under an assumed name for six years, he decided to use his real name and exchanged one set of phony identification numbers for another.

Migrantes y el riesgo del secuestro

February 23, 2009 - La Opinion

La constante odisea de centroamericanos al cruzar...

¿Seguridad o inseguridad?

February 23, 2009 - La Opinion

Inmigración La seguridad a lo largo de la frontera con México sigue siendo un gran reto para los Estados Unidos. La frontera es, después de todo, el principal punto de entrada de drogas a los Estados Unidos.

Oran por reforma migratoria

February 22, 2009 -

Nueva York Religiosos, feligreses y activistas celebraron ayer la tercera vigilia en Nueva York para pedir a la administración del presidente Barack Obama una reforma migratoria.

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