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Alabama revamps tough immigration law

Apr 6, 2012
State legislators may ease restrictions on employers and tighten enforcement on undocumented immigrants.
Posted In: Immigration, Alabama, Immigration law
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Children of deported parents forced into foster care

Apr 3, 2012
A man deported to Mexico struggles to be reunited with his kids, now in North Carolina foster care.
Posted In: Immigration, children, undocumented, Mexico, North Carolina, social services
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Commentator: Illegal immigration hurts the economy

Mar 15, 2012
San Diego resident Nancy Parker says the costs of undocumented immigration outweigh the benefits.
Posted In: Immigration, undocumented, illegal immigration
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Secret keeps man on margins of the economy

Jan 23, 2012
But a decision on routes during a road trip forced Jose Arreola to reveal it to a friend.
Posted In: My Life Is True, Immigration
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Risky business: Leaving Guatemala

Dec 19, 2011
Guatemalan workers deported three years ago debate whether to return to the United States.
Posted In: Immigration, guatemala
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In Napa, civic leaders try to grow a Hispanic middle class

Dec 13, 2011
California community takes an innovative approach to move Hispanic immigrants up the economic ladder
Posted In: Immigration, napa valley
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Alabama delicatessen owner burned by immigration comments

Oct 27, 2011
A restaurant owner worries his Latino workers will leave Alabama because of a tough immigration law. But after talking to the media, he also worries about losing customers.
Posted In: Immigration
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Latino groups call off economic boycott in Arizona

Sep 12, 2011
Activists declare victory while acknowledging that the boycott on Arizona businesses also hurt some workers it was meant to help.
Posted In: Immigration
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Texas immigration center accused of massive computer fraud

Aug 22, 2011
An investigation into a Texas immigration center reveals fraud and internal hacking of systems. NextGov conducted the investigation and says...
Posted In: hacking, Immigration, texas
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Police knock Alabama's new immigration law

Jul 6, 2011
Law enforcement in the Cotton State says it doesn't have the resources to implement measures to root out illegal immigrants.
Posted In: Immigration

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