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3 Aug 2016

Presidential Polls 2016: Hillary Clinton Tops Donald in all 12 Swing States Among Latino Voters

Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump among Latino voters has become so pronounced if the election were held today the Democratic presidential nominee would sweep her rival in all 12 "battleground" states.
Hillary Clinton's lead over Donald Trump among Latino voters has become so pronounced if the election were held today...

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30 Jul 2016

Why some Latinos are disappointed with Tim Kaine as Clinton VP pick

“I’m disappointed she didn’t pick a Latino,” says Arturo Vargas, executive director of the non-partisan National Association of Elected and Appointed Latino Officials, NALEO, which represents more than 6,200 members.He argues that many well-qualified Latinos have been passed over for the VP spot even after they were interviewed for the job.
“I’m disappointed she didn’t pick a Latino,” says Arturo Vargas, executive director of the non-partisan National...

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26 Jul 2016

Immigration reform in 2017? Good luck after this campaign

The GOP's harsh immigration rhetoric was on stark display in Cleveland, while Democrats are sprinting in the other direction. The deep partisan split over immigration casts heavy doubt that Congress could pass a comprehensive immigration overhaul early next year with a new occupant at the White House and a newly-minted Congress.
The GOP's harsh immigration rhetoric was on stark display in Cleveland, while Democrats are sprinting in the other...
26 Jul 2016

Tim Kaine’s Views on Immigration Policy

Democratic Presidential Candidate, Hilary Clinton has named Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia as her Vice-Presidential running mate. A look into Tim Kaine’s past positions on immigration reveal that he has supported steps towards reforming America’s immigration system, has spoken out against punitive, anti-immigrant measures at the state level, and has made significant efforts to reach ...
Democratic Presidential Candidate, Hilary Clinton has named Senator Tim Kaine of Virginia as her Vice-Presidential...

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23 Jul 2016

Frank Sharry Reacts to Donald Trumps Dark, Fear Mongering Draft Speech

“Donald Trump started his campaign by calling Mexicans rapists. Tonight, he accepted the Republican nomination by strongly implying that undocumented immigrants are murderers. “Trump's fearmongering, of course, is unmoored from the real facts. But that's not his point. He stokes fear of immigrants as a core part of his larger storyline that America is under siege from scary people of color and only a strongman like him can protect you (read: white people). His strategies, once consigned to the fringes of the white nationalist movement and unpopular with the American people, would rip apart families and communities, constitute one of the darkest chapters in American history and put at risk the American experiment.
“Donald Trump started his campaign by calling Mexicans rapists. Tonight, he accepted the Republican nomination by...
22 Jul 2016

The Economics of Immigration

On July 13, Ann Saphir and Terry Wade reported for Reuters (Fed policymakers say immigration key to leaving rut of slow growth) on a point that perhaps all sides of the immigration debate can support: positive immigration growth leads to economic growth.
On July 13, Ann Saphir and Terry Wade reported for Reuters (Fed policymakers say immigration key to leaving rut of slow...
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22 Jul 2016

Undocumented and Unafraid, Immigration Activists Give Trump His Wall

CLEVELAND — On Wednesday, a coalition of leftist groups, led by organizers from the Latinx group Mijente, raised a handmade wall—a series of long, spray-painted, cloth signs held aloft, stretching, in segments, several hundred (and maybe thousands) of feet across—in front of the Republican National Convention. This made life very difficult for delegates trying to get in or out of the Quicken Loans Arena.
CLEVELAND — On Wednesday, a coalition of leftist groups, led by organizers from the Latinx group Mijente, raised a...

Unlike The GOP, Cleveland Wants To Attract A Lot More Immigrants

When the Republican National Committee unveiled its most harshly anti-immigrant platform in recent history on Monday, it did so in a city that has pushed hard in recent years to attract newcomers instead of repel them. Local leaders are actively making the city more accepting.
When the Republican National Committee unveiled its most harshly anti-immigrant platform in recent history on Monday, it...
20 Jul 2016

Department of Justice Seeks Rehearing in United States v. Texas : Immigration Impact

Today, the Department of Justice filed a petition for rehearing with the Supreme Court in United States v. Texas.  In June, the Court issued a 4-4 one sentence nondecision affirming the Fifth Circuit’s preliminary injunction of DAPA and expanded DACA. In this new petition, the federal government specifically asked that a full nine-Member Court hear ...
Today, the Department of Justice filed a petition for rehearing with the Supreme Court in United States v. Texas. ...
20 Jul 2016

In a First, U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Endorses Clinton for President

The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton, the group's first-ever endorsement for a presidential nominee and a rebuke of Republican Donald Trump in the middle of his party's convention.
The U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday endorsed Democrat Hillary Clinton, the group's first-ever endorsement...
20 Jul 2016

More Republicans Favor Path to Citizenship Than Wall

More Republicans favor a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants living in the U.S. than either of two proposals advanced by Donald Trump -- building a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border and deporting all illegal immigrants.
More Republicans favor a path to citizenship for illegal immigrants living in the U.S. than either of two proposals...

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14 Jul 2016

Gingrich como vicepresidente de Trump: ¿bastará para rescatar el voto latino?

Gingrich lanzó en 2012 un plan de reforma migratoria que otorgaba la residencia solo a aquellos indocumentados que llevaban al menos 25 años en el país y carecían de antecedentes criminales. Pero no incluía la opción de ciudadanía.
Gingrich lanzó en 2012 un plan de reforma migratoria que otorgaba la residencia solo a aquellos indocumentados que...
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8 Jul 2016

Scholarship Program Aids Immigrants Facing Restrictions

Ivonne Barcenas grew up in the hometown of the University of Georgia and had hopes of studying there — until she found out that immigrants without permanent legal status are prohibited from attending the state's top public universities.
Ivonne Barcenas grew up in the hometown of the University of Georgia and had hopes of studying there — until she found...
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19 Jun 2016

Donald Trump’s Reputation With Latinos Spells Disaster For The GOP In November

Exactly one year ago today, Donald Trump kicked off his successful bid for the GOP nomination by attacking Latino immigrants as rapists and drug dealers, and promising to build a wall between them and American soil.   Now, the same community Trump targeted may be the one erecting a wall between him and the White House.
Exactly one year ago today, Donald Trump kicked off his successful bid for the GOP nomination by attacking Latino...

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12 Jun 2016

Acción Ejecutiva: Qué debe tener en cuenta antes del inminente fallo de la Corte Suprema de Justicia

El máximo tribunal de justicia de Estados Unidos está a punto de anunciar fallo que decidirá la suerte inmediata de 5 millones de inmigrantes indocumentados que llevan tiempo en el país.
El máximo tribunal de justicia de Estados Unidos está a punto de anunciar fallo que decidirá la suerte inmediata...

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5 Jun 2016

How popular is Trump with Hispanic voters?

Donald Trump has promised to build a wall along the southern border. He's referred to Mexican immigrants as rapists and criminals. He's attacked the Republican Hispanic governor of New Mexico. He's done much to alienate Latino voters since entering the presidential race, yet according to some polls he s running ahead of 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney among them.
Donald Trump has promised to build a wall along the southern border. He's referred to Mexican immigrants as rapists and...
5 Jun 2016

Thanks To Trump, The RNC Just Lost A Crucial Hispanic Official

In the latest indication that Latino Americans feel uncomfortable with Trump s rhetoric, Ruth Guerra, the Republican National Committee s director of Hispanic media relations, will step down from her role at the end of this month, a "rare" move for party staff members particularly during a presidential campaign.
In the latest indication that Latino Americans feel uncomfortable with Trump s rhetoric, Ruth Guerra, the Republican...

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29 May 2016

Clinton ‘I won’t give up’ if Congress refuses to pass immigration plan

Hillary Clinton warned Republicans on Thursday that if she becomes president, she 'won't give up' if Congress refuses to pass her immigration reforms. "I'll build on President Obama's executive actions and keep going," the Democratic front-runner said.
Hillary Clinton warned Republicans on Thursday that if she becomes president, she 'won't give up' if Congress refuses to...

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22 May 2016

Judge quotes movies to rebuke Justice Dept. lawyers in Obama immigration case

A federal judge slapped an extraordinarily unusual order on Justice Department lawyers on Thursday, saying they misled him about details of President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration, ordering up names of certain immigrants here illegally and calling on the administration's attorneys to take a legal ethics course every year.
A federal judge slapped an extraordinarily unusual order on Justice Department lawyers on Thursday, saying they misled...
15 May 2016

Report on Immigrant Welfare Use is Fundamentally Flawed–Here’s Why

The biggest shortcoming of both reports is that they count the public benefits utilized by U.S.-born children as costs incurred by the "immigrant-headed households" of which they are a part, at least until those children turn 18, that is, at which point they are counted as natives. The problem with this kind of creative accounting is that all children are 'costly' when they are young because they consume educational and health services without contributing any tax revenue. However, that situation reverses when they are working-age adults who, in a sense, 'pay back' in taxes what they consumed as children. So it is disingenuous to count them as a 'cost of immigration' one minute, and then as native-born taxpayers the next minute.
The biggest shortcoming of both reports is that they count the public benefits utilized by U.S.-born children as costs...
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Publisher: Immigration Impact

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13 May 2016

Report on Immigrant Welfare Use is Fundamentally Flawed—Here’s Why : Immigration Impact

It’s déjà vu all over again at the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). Having released one flawed report on immigrant “welfare” use late last year, CIS has followed up with another that contains the same flaws. The biggest shortcoming of both reports is that they count the public benefits utilized by U.S.-born children as costs ...
It’s déjà vu all over again at the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS). Having released one flawed report on...
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6 May 2016

Trump’s deportation plan could slice 2 percent off U.S. GDP: study

Donald Trump's vow to round up and deport all of America's undocumented immigrants if he is elected president could shrink the economy by around 2 percent, according to a study to be released on Thursday by conservative think tank the American Action Forum.
Donald Trump's vow to round up and deport all of America's undocumented immigrants if he is elected president could...
6 May 2016

“Niños marcados”: cómo recuperarlos después de ser detenidos por la Patrulla Fronteriza

Cuando un niño migrante indocumentado centroamericano es detenido en la frontera es entregado a la custodia de la Oficina de Reasentamiento de Refugiados (ORR). Ellos localizarán al consulado y a familiares para que puedan recuperarlo.
Cuando un niño migrante indocumentado centroamericano es detenido en la frontera es entregado a la custodia de la...
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1 May 2016

Sorry Trump, Immigration is Still Associated with Less Crime and Safer Communities

As explained in The Criminalization of Immigration in the United States, there is abundant evidence that immigration is not linked to higher crime rates and hasn t been for the past century.
As explained in The Criminalization of Immigration in the United States, there is abundant evidence that immigration is...

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24 Apr 2016

Texas Governor: Supreme Court to Split on Immigration Case

A 4-4 tie would leave in place an appeals court ruling blocking the Obama administration from implementing the president s plan. But it would not set Supreme Court precedent, meaning a future challenge could come before the court after a ninth judge is confirmed to succeed Scalia, who died Feb. 13.
A 4-4 tie would leave in place an appeals court ruling blocking the Obama administration from implementing the president...

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17 Apr 2016

Cuáles son los escenarios de la Acción Ejecutiva en la Corte Suprema de Justicia

El mismo d a en que murio el magistrado Antonin Scalia, el 13 de febrero en Texas, se desato una nueva batalla en la guerra que libran los republicanos y el presidente Barack Obama. Y no se trata de una lucha de bajo perfil. El sucesor de Scalia -un juez de origen italiano nominado por el presidente Ronald Reagan en 1986- podria terminar con el dominio conservador y servir la mesa para debatir el aborto, la discriminacion positiva, las limitaciones al voto de las minorias, el control de armas y la legalizacion temporal de unos 5 millones de inmigrantes indocumentados.
El mismo d a en que murio el magistrado Antonin Scalia, el 13 de febrero en Texas, se desato una nueva batalla en la...
17 Apr 2016

Defending DAPA and Expanded DACA Before the Supreme Court

This guide provides brief answers to common questions about United States v. Texas, including what is at stake in the case, how the litigation began, what the contested issues are, and the impact the case may have on our country.
This guide provides brief answers to common questions about United States v. Texas, including what is at stake in the...
17 Apr 2016

What Scalia’s Death Means For SCOTUS’ Blockbuster Immigration Case

When President Obama announced his major second term executive actions on immigration, it was almost immediately clear that it would lead to a Supreme Court showdown. But now that the case is finally at the high court, the conservative forces pushing it will be without a major ally, with Justice Scalia's unexpected death in February. All eyes at Monday's oral arguments will be on Chief Justice John Roberts to gauge how he will navigate his court through an already hyper-political case that the vacant seat further complicates.
When President Obama announced his major second term executive actions on immigration, it was almost immediately clear...
16 Apr 2016

Defending DAPA and Expanded DACA Before the Supreme Court

This guide provides brief answers to common questions about United States v. Texas, including what is at stake in the case, how the litigation began, what the contested issues are, and the impact the case may have on our country. In the spring of 2016, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider United States v. Texas, a politically charged lawsuit about the legality of some of President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
This guide provides brief answers to common questions about United States v. Texas, including what is at stake in...

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16 Apr 2016

What Scalia’s Death Means For SCOTUS’ Blockbuster Immigration Case

When President Obama announced his major second term executive actions on immigration, it was almost immediately clear that it would lead to a Supreme Court showdown. But now that the case is finally at the high court, the conservative forces pushing it will be without a major ally, with Justice Scalia's unexpected death in February. All eyes at Monday's oral arguments will be on Chief Justice John Roberts to gauge how he will navigate his court through an already hyper-political case that the vacant seat further complicates.
When President Obama announced his major second term executive actions on immigration, it was almost immediately clear...
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