Nation Topics - Immigration to the US
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Crises like the Haiti earthquake serve as reminders of why refugee treatment must be part of immigration reform.
ICE agents regularly impersonate civilians--OSHA inspectors, insurance agents, religious workers--in order to arrest longtime US residents who have no criminal history.
Immigration agents are holding US residents in unlisted and unmarked subfield offices.
Vigorously enforcing labor law and stopping the crackdown on the nation's undocumented immigrants can boost the American economy.
For the first time, family reunification for same-sex binational couples is being included in broader immigration reform.
287(g), the Department of Homeland Security program that empowers local police, like notorious Sheriff Joe Arpaio, to detain undocumented immigrants, is under scrutiny.
You don't need to go to Iran or North Korea to find secret courts. Try attending a US immigration hearing.
Clearer rights for immigrants and jobs for workers hard-hit by the recession will go a long way to reduce competition and fear.
Massive workplace raids are part of a pressure campaign for guest-worker programs.