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California border agents complain of quotas

February 02, 2009 - Houston Chronicle

SANTA ANA, Calif. U.S. Border Patrol agents working about 100 miles north of the Mexican border allege that they have been given arrest quotas at odds with agency practices and threatened with punishment if they fail to meet the number.

AP Investigation - Banks Look Overseas for Workers -

February 02, 2009 - The New York Times

Filed at 6:08 a.m. ET SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) -- Even as the economy collapsed last year and many financial workers found themselves unemployed, the dozen U.

Immigration Detention Reform Moves to Front Burner

February 02, 2009 - New America Media

Guantanamo Bay isn t the only prison crisis that President Barack Obama will have to deal with. There s another crisis growing - in the many immigration detention centers carpeting the interior of the country.

For an illegal immigrant, getting into UCLA was the easy part

February 02, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

A San Pedro girl's undocumented status means no financial aid. Money is tight, classes are tough, and just getting to campus takes 2 1/2 hours.

Proyectan voto latino para 2024

February 02, 2009 - La Opinion

Estudio calcula cómo el millón de niños nacidos en 2006 multiplicaría los votos en 15...

Paying Taxes, and Fearing Deportation -

February 01, 2009 - The New York Times

GREELEY, Colo. For the past decade, thousands of Hispanic men and women who settled here went to Amalias Translation and Tax Services to pay their annual income taxes.

Costly arrests

February 01, 2009 - Houston Chronicle

Results from video surveillance program of Texas border underwhelming.

Gillibrand Hints at a Change of Mind on Immigration -

February 01, 2009 - The New York Times

Kirsten E. Gillibrand, New Yorks new senator, suggested to Latino elected officials on Sunday that she would take the lead on some immigration issues and perhaps quickly drop some positions that they considered objectionable.

Death of Immigrants U.S. Spouse Leads to Residency Battle -

February 01, 2009 - The New York Times

After her husband of eight months died in the Staten Island ferry crash of Oct. 15, 2003, Osserritta Robinson, a Jamaican immigrant, decided to stay in the United States and proceed with her application for permanent residency.

Editorial - The Nativists Are Restless -

February 01, 2009 - The New York Times

The relentlessly harsh Republican campaign against immigrants has always hidden a streak of racialist extremism. Now after several high-water years, the Republican tide has gone out, leaving exposed the nativism of fringe right-wingers clinging to what they hope will be a wedge issue.

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