No group is so hated by the many Americans who resent illegal immigration as so-called “anchor babies” born in the United States to illegal immigrant women.
Sen. Lindsey Graham helped push this summer’s immigration debate to a new level of hysteria when he reignited the crusade against “birthright citizenship” — an old hobbyhorse of the anti-immigration movement.
30/08/10 a 10:52am por Maribel Hastings Por Maribel Hastings WASHINGTON – El asesinato de 72 migrantes centro y sudamericanos en México a manos de la organización criminal Los Zetas es claro recordatorio del infierno al que se arriesgan quienes hacen la travesía a través del vecino del sur para llegar a la tierra prometida buscando…
The Spanish-language press continues to follow up on two big stories from last week: the release of an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) memo asking agents to cancel deportations for a narrow class of immigrants, and the massacre of 72 Central and South American migrants in Tamaulipas, Mexico. Meanwhile, as Congress prepares to go back in session, DREAM Act advocates are tallying up their support in the Senate.
On May 17th, on the 56th anniversary of Brown v. Board of Education, I, along with Mohammad Abdollahi, Yahaira Carrillo and two others, became the first undocumented students to risk deportation by staging a sit-in inside Senator McCain’s office in Tucson, Arizona, to demand the immediate passage of the DREAM Act. As a result of that sit-in we were arrested, turned over to ICE, and we now face deportation.
While most analysis of immigration politics has focused on Arizona lately, both parties should take note of the results of last Tuesday’s gubernatorial primary in Florida. In states with a significant Latino presence, there is a steep price to pay for ugly immigration politics.
Alanna Woolley, Ivan’s fiancée, said that she was “ecstatic that ICE has responded to the overwhelming public support.”
Arizona is hot, hot, hot. No, not the weather. Senate Bill 1070.
Well, the weather is really hot, too. So hot that thousands of people, including women and children, have died in our desert.
The Obama administration is moving to release thousands of illegal immigrants detained at facilities across the country if the immigrants have a potential path to legal residency.
Surely everyone in America would think it’s smarter to spend ICE resources going after dangerous criminals than immigrants who have applied for residency under the current system and are about to be granted a green card, right?