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Back to school has a different feel in immigration jail

As million of kids have gotten back into the swing of things in US schools, for these Latino children ‘back-to-school’ has a different feel. They are in an immigration jail in Texas. 427 more words


Borders Part 2: Wiggle Room

I often find myself asking people how the teachings of Christ can be reconciled with some of the attitudes of more vocal members of our society about immigrants (among other groups). 1,655 more words

Inside View

9/11 rescue and clean-up workers live in constant fear of deportation

Some 2,000 undocumented immigrants who played a role in the rescue and clean-up efforts at Ground Zero in New York after the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 are waging a never-ending battle to avoid being deported from the United States. 532 more words


America Must Secure Its Border

The United States needs to stop playing around and secure its border.  States such as Texas and Arizona should not be continuously inundated with people crossing over from Mexico and overwhelming the resources of these states. 531 more words

Current Affairs

Immigration reform steps to be announced soon

STEVEN IVY P.C. – IMMIGRATION LAW – U.S. President Barack Obama said he will soon announce how he will address U.S. immigration reform, but sidestepped questions about whether he would wait until after November’s midterm elections to take action. 143 more words


Most undocumented immigrants have strong ties to the U.S.

The number of undocumented immigrants living in the United States has stabilized in recent years, but many of those who remain have been living here for more than a decade and have strong ties to the country. 433 more words


The Status of Immigration Reform – Sept 3, 2014

This blog was started in December 2012, after President Obama’s re-election and at a time of great expectation that major immigration reform was coming.  We started this blog to cover the policy developments to better inform ourselves and those in our circle of influence.  697 more words