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Mexican immigration to the U.S. slows

Apr 24, 2012
The flow of people moving between Mexico and the U.S. is now close to zero right now. That surprising new data today comes from the non-partisan Pew Hispanic Center. By comparison, over the last four decades, an estimated 12 million Mexicans came to the United States.
Posted In: Immigration, Mexico

States mull economic effects of immigration laws

Apr 24, 2012
U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether states like Arizona may implement their own tough immigration laws, as some debate the laws' economic impact.
Posted In: Immigration, Immigration law, arizona

Supreme Court to hear arguments on Arizona immigration law

Apr 23, 2012
The U.S. Supreme Court next week hears arguments for and against several contested sections of Arizona's new immigration law -- which makes it a crime for undocumented immigrants to live or work in that state.
Posted In: arizona, Immigration, Supreme Court

Alabama revamps tough immigration law

Apr 6, 2012
State legislators may ease restrictions on employers and tighten enforcement on undocumented immigrants.
Posted In: Immigration, Alabama, Immigration law

Children of deported parents forced into foster care

Apr 3, 2012
A man deported to Mexico struggles to be reunited with his kids, now in North Carolina foster care.
Posted In: Immigration, children, undocumented, Mexico, North Carolina, social services

Commentator: Illegal immigration hurts the economy

Mar 15, 2012
San Diego resident Nancy Parker says the costs of undocumented immigration outweigh the benefits.
Posted In: Immigration, undocumented, illegal immigration

Secret keeps man on margins of the economy

Jan 23, 2012
But a decision on routes during a road trip forced Jose Arreola to reveal it to a friend.
Posted In: My Life Is True, Immigration

Risky business: Leaving Guatemala

Dec 19, 2011
Guatemalan workers deported three years ago debate whether to return to the United States.
Posted In: Immigration, guatemala

In Napa, civic leaders try to grow a Hispanic middle class

Dec 13, 2011
California community takes an innovative approach to move Hispanic immigrants up the economic ladder
Posted In: Immigration, napa valley

Alabama delicatessen owner burned by immigration comments

Oct 27, 2011
A restaurant owner worries his Latino workers will leave Alabama because of a tough immigration law. But after talking to the media, he also worries about losing customers.
Posted In: Immigration

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