Asylum Seekers at US/Mexican Borders Double
Asylum Seekers at US/Mexican Borders Double
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 08/19/2013 - 17:30

Asylum requests in the United States have more than doubled over the last three years, according to The Huffington Post.


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Children of Immigrants Don't Know They're Already U.S. Citzens
Many Children of Immigrants Don’t Know They’re Already U.S. Citizens
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 08/15/2013 - 09:15

We meet them in school, on the job and on the streets -- the young Latino who was born here, but has lived their life undocumented.

According to the Latin American Herald Tribune, this is the case with many Latinos who were born in this country to undocumented immigrant parents.

LAHT reports that this population of people living undocumented find out they are already U.S. citizens once they begin the process of regularizing their immigration situation.


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Travel Visas from Cuba to U.S. On the Rise
Travel Visas from Cuba to U.S. On the Rise
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 08/05/2013 - 14:19

It appears more Cubans have been making their way to the United States.

According to Fox News Latino, Granma -- a Cuban Communist Party newspaper -- reported on Friday that the number of Cubans receiving non-immigrant visas to the U.S. has jumped to 79 percent this year.


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Eight Dreamers march in Mexico
DREAMers Who Voluntarily Left U.S. Arrested When Trying to Return
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 07/24/2013 - 10:06

Eight DREAMers, who left the United States to travel to Mexico, were detained on Monday upon trying to return to the states.

According to Fox News Latino, the undocumented activists left the U.S. in order to draw attention to the rise in deportations which have been carried out under the Obama administration.


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DREAMers & LGBT Community to Support "Undocuqueer" Wedding
DREAMers & LGBT Community Support "Undocuqueer" Wedding
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 07/10/2013 - 13:46

DREAMers and the LGBT community gathered together in Washington D.C. yesterday to take part in two ceremonies -- the National DREAM Act Graduation and a marriage between a bi-national lesbian couple -- and show their support for equality for all.


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10 Quick Ways To Become An American
10 Quick Ways To Become An American
By Jesus Trivino Alarcon | 06/28/2013 - 16:40

Countless immigrants become naturalized U.S. citizens on July 4th. Getting a piece of paper is one thing, but to fully become a true American it takes a lot of elbow grease and pent-up rage (like a lot of rage). Here we present 10 Quick Ways to Become an American—it’s easier than making Drake cry. 


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Mexico Border Security Measures
Mexico Concerned About Measures to Strengthen Border Security
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 06/26/2013 - 14:20

After the Senate voted on Monday to back an amendment for the immigration reform bill currently being debated which would increase the amount of security currently at U.S. borders, Mexico quickly voiced their concerns.


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Senators Bob Corker and John Hoeven
The Latest On the Immigration Bill? Senate Votes for Extra Security at U.S. Borders
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 06/25/2013 - 09:38

Monday evening the Senate took a big step forward in the push to overhaul the nation's immigration laws. Enough senators have come to endorse a proposal that will increase the amount of security currently at United States' borders.


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U.S. and Cuba To Resume Migration Talks
U.S. and Cuba To Resume Migration Talks
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 06/20/2013 - 15:12

After announcing that a discussion to resume direct mail service between the United States and Cuba would commence on Tuesday this week, the two countries are now preparing to go into talks about another issue which has been on hold for quite some time -- migration.


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Lawmakers See Breakthrough On Senate Immigration Bill
Lawmakers See Breakthrough With Senate Immigration Bill
By Priscilla Rodriguez | 06/20/2013 - 13:45

The first major compromise on the immigration bill currently being debated by the Senate has been reached.

Fox News Latino reports that the tentative agreement would stiffen the bill's border security requirements without delaying legalization for those living in the country unlawfully.


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