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Coalición denuncia modificación a la ley de estímulo económico

January 26, 2009 - MSN Latino

Los Ángeles, 26 ene (EFE).- Una coalición de grupos defensores de los inmigrantes llamó hoy a manifestarse en contra de una enmienda al proyecto de la ley de estímulo económico que contempla el uso del programa federal de verificación de datos del empleado.

Obama to Review Rule Limiting Immigration Arrests -

January 26, 2009 - The New York Times

Filed at 7:17 a.m. ET WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Homeland Security Department still is requiring high-level approval before federal immigration agents can arrest fugitives, a rule quietly imposed by the Bush administration days before the election of Barack Obama, whose aunt has been living in the United States..

Se duplican los gastos del ICE

January 26, 2009 -

El incremento de arrestos obliga a abrir más centros de...

U-visa program for crime victims falters

January 26, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

Illegal immigrants who help law enforcement officials are eligible, but although 13,300 people have applied, only 65 documents have been issued.

Federal farm worker survey changes as ranks of indigenous workers grow

January 26, 2009 - Los Angeles Times

SUMAS, Wash. (AP) Catarina Lopez was born and raised in Guatemala and lived there for most of her 46 years, but she is not Latina, although many people think she is.

Letter - Keeping America Safe - The View From the F.B.I. -

January 26, 2009 - The New York Times

To the Editor: Re Focus on Immigration Crimes Is Said to Shortchange Other Cases (front page, Jan. 12): The F.B.I. remains highly committed to the investigation of public corruption and organized crime.

NY Senator Changes Tune on Immigration

January 25, 2009 - New America Media

NEW YORK - An editorial published in the Saturday, Jan. 24 edition of New York's El Diario/La Prensa called the new state senator from New York, Kirsten Gillibrand, a "disappointing choice" and a slap in the face to immigrant New Yorkers.

Immigrant Teens Struggle With Formal Schooling -

January 24, 2009 - The New York Times

Fanta Konneh is the first girl in her family to go to school. Not the first to go to college, or to graduate from high school. Fanta, who is 19, who grew up in Guinea after her family fled Liberia when she was a toddler, and last year became the first to walk into a classroom of any kind.

Gillibrand Already Taking Heat for Immigration Views

January 24, 2009 -

Associated Press Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand thanks supporters in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2006 after beating incumbent U.S. Rep. John Sweeney, R-N.

Increased clout give Democrats the upper hand in children’s health debate

January 24, 2009 - Chicago

WASHINGTON (AP) Republicans appear to have overplayed their hand when blocking the expansion of a children's health care program last year. They face the likelihood that Democrats in the coming weeks will pass a bill that they dislike even more.

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