User: newstrust Topic: Immigration
Category: Immigration Issues :: Border Issues
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Deported Immigrants Struggle To Re-Enter U.S. 2.12.2008 NPR News
Hundreds of thousands of illegal immigrants are deported to Mexico every year, but a majority of them are dropped just across the border in Tijuana or Nogales. Some who have lived their whole lives in America want to return to their families, lives and jobs in the United States.
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Border crossings shift back to California routes 30.11.2008 MSNBC

U.S. Border Patrol agent Gabriel Pacheco walks back to his vehicle along the border fence with its concertino wire topping it Monday, Nov. 17, in San Diego. Analysts say the migrants encountering ever-increasing enforcement in the Arizona desert are bouncing back to California's smuggling corridors, which offer shorter, cooler treks to cities and highways.


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Border Fence to Carve up Nature Reserve 22.11.2008 AlterNet
The Wall is being constructed over the objections of communities living near the border.
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Border Fence to Carve up Nature Reserve 22.11.2008 AlterNet
The Wall is being constructed over the objections of communities living near the border.
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Border Fence to Carve up Nature Reserve 22.11.2008 AlterNet
The Wall is being constructed over the objections of communities living near the border.
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GOP stares down immigration divide 21.11.2008 Arizona Capital Times
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina — To hear Republican pollster Whit Ayers tell it, the future of the GOP is in serious jeopardy if it can’t woo more Hispanic voters to its side by moderating its position on immigration.
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Fence to Carve Up Fragile Border Preserve 21.11.2008 Truthout.com

    San Diego, California - Another chapter in U.S.-Mexico border relations is about to close. In the waning days of the George W. Bush administration, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is completing construction of a 22-kilometre triple fence along the San Diego-Tijuana border.

    It is being done over the objections of environmental activists living near the border, who are worried both about the toll on wildlife and those seeking entry into the United States.

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GOP stares down immigration divide 20.11.2008 Arizona Capital Times
NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina - To hear Republican pollster Whit Ayers tell it, the future of the GOP is in serious jeopardy if it can't woo more Hispanic voters to its side by moderating its position on immigration.
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Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano to Head Homeland Security 20.11.2008 Truthout.com

    Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano (D) has been chosen to serve as secretary of the vast and troubled Department of Homeland Security for President-elect Obama, Democratic officials said. Napolitano is a border governor who will now be responsible for immigration policy and border security, which are part of Homeland Security's myriad functions.

    Napolitano brings law-and-order experience from her stint as the Grand Canyon State's first female attorney general.

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Obama faces pressure on immigration reform 17.11.2008 Boston Globe: Page One
Before a huge crowd in San Diego last summer, Barack Obama vowed to make fixing illegal immigration a top priority as president, and Latinos nationwide responded with massive support for him on Election Day. Now, they are pressing him to keep his promise.
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Research group criticizes US treatment of unaccompanied illegal immigrant minors 14.11.2008 Star Tribune: Nation
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Report: Illegal immigrant minors mistreated by US 14.11.2008 Boston Globe: Latest
Federal authorities have compromised the rights and safety of some unaccompanied illegal immigrant children they have detained, and inadequate government guidelines are partly to blame, according to a Texas-based research group.
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Report: Illegal immigrant minors mistreated by US 14.11.2008 AP Top News
DALLAS (AP) -- Federal authorities have compromised the rights and safety of some unaccompanied illegal immigrant children they have detained, and inadequate government guidelines are partly to blame, according to a Texas-based research group....
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Former IRA militant fights deportation in S. Texas 11.11.2008 AP National
RAYMONDVILLE, Texas (AP) -- A former IRA militant and escaped political prisoner who has lived in immigration limbo for 25 years in California may see it all unravel from inside a South Texas federal detention center....
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Former IRA militant fights deportation in S. Texas 11.11.2008 Boston Globe: Latest
A former IRA militant and escaped political prisoner who has lived in immigration limbo for 25 years in California may see it all unravel from inside a South Texas federal detention center.
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Legal Immigrants Next Target of Anti-Immigration Hardliners 23.10.2008 AlterNet
If the restrictionists have their way, the drive against undocumented immigrants will be taken to legal immigrants in the near future.
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New fence on U.S.-Mexico border will split a park 22.10.2008 International Herald Tribune: Front Page
Tougher fencing meant to curtail illegal crossings will slice through a San Diego park that has connected neighbors on either side of the border.
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Obama, McCain walk a fine line 17.10.2008 Salt Lake Tribune
Almost lost in all the commotion surrounding the credit crisis on Wall Street - and the presidential campaigns' responses to it - is the controversy that surrounds the issue of immigration.
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Border Patrol's expanded operation irking farmers 15.10.2008 Boston Globe: Vermont
Expanded U.S. Border Patrol operations in Washington state have created friction between the agency and a farmers organization, underscoring the debate over immigration versus the labor needs of the state's agricultural industry.
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A chink in the US-Mexico border fence 15.10.2008 The Guardian -- World Latest
Somewhere on the US's border fence, separated Mexican families can hold hands and talk. But not for much longer, writes James Ridgeway
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