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H-1B changes proposed   - 1/6/2016
The Obama administration has proposed a less restrictive policy for H-1B visa applicants - foreigners with specialized skills seeking to live and work in the United States. According to the newly-announced
  
    



Chastened by immigration, Obama shows restraint on guns   - 1/6/2016
WASHINGTON — As executive actions go, President Obama's effort to clamp down on illegal guns was relatively restrained. The actions contained no executive orders, the best known and most formal exercise
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Cuban Migrant Dies Stranded Along Panama-Costa Rica Border   - 1/6/2016
A Cuban migrant has died of flu symptoms while stranded on the Panama-Costa Rica border along with hundreds of other Cubans who have been trying to reach the United States. Panamanian health authorities
  
    



Deportations Stopped for 12 Immigrants Targeted in Raids   - 1/6/2016
Some of the first Central American families targeted by immigration authorities in recent raids have had their deportations temporarily halted. Lawyers said Tuesday that they've managed to temporarily
  
    



Deal paves way for Cuban migrants   - 1/5/2016
Five Central American countries and Mexico inked an agreement last week that will help thousands of stranded Cuban immigrants make their way to the United States. The group of Cubans,numbering approximately
  
    



Police rescue 45 Central American migrants in northeast Mexico   - 1/5/2016
Police officers in the northeastern Mexican state of Tamaulipas rescued 45 migrants from Guatemala and Honduras in Reynosa, located across the Rio Grande from McAllen, Texas, the Tamaulipas Coordination
  
    


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Federal raids target undocumented immigrants   - 1/4/2016
Federal agents launched a series of raids around the country this past weekend targeting undocumented immigrants, including children, who recently arrived from Central America, Homeland Security Secretary
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Trump accuses Cruz of being a copycat on U.S.-Mexico border wall   - 1/4/2016
Donald Trump is calling Ted Cruz a copycat. The billionaire and front-runner for the Republican presidential nomination said that the U.S. Senator from Texas is sounding quite a lot like him when he
  
    



U.S. authorities begin raids, taking 121 illegal immigrants into custody over the   - 1/4/2016
Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson announced Monday that federal immigration authorities apprehended 121 adults and children in raids over the New Year’s weekend as part of a nationwide operation
  
    


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Immigration raids belong in a Trump, not an Obama, administration   - 1/4/2016
An immigration judge ordered these families deported either because their asylum claims were denied or they didn't appear for their immigration court hearings. The administration's plan is shocking, outrageous
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Families are taken into custody as push to deport immigrants denied refuge begins   - 1/3/2016
The detentions of at least 11 families across the country marked the first day of an effort by the government to find and deport Central American migrants who sought refuge in the U.S. and stayed illegally,
  
    



Democrats Blast Obama Over Immigration Raids   - 1/6/2016
Deportation raids that began over the weekend are triggering outrage from Obama administration allies, who are blasting the president for taking a page out of GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's
  
    


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Cuban migrant dies of flu stranded with hundreds while heading north through Central   - 1/6/2016
PANAMA CITY — A Cuban migrant has died of flu symptoms while stranded on the Panama-Costa Rica border along with hundreds of other Cubans who have been trying to reach the United States. Panamanian
  
    



Trump TV ad has Morocco enclave standing in for U.S.-Mexico border   - 1/5/2016
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump had some explaining to do about footage used in his new campaign ad released on Monday. The commercial, which highlighted the billionaire businessman's plans
  
    



White House moves to deport Central American families denied asylum   - 1/5/2016
In its first large-scale effort to deport families fleeing violence and poverty in Central America, the Department of Homeland Security conducted several nationwide operations this weekend, arresting
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Cruz immigration ad has men in suits, women in heels crossing the border   - 1/5/2016
GOP presidential candidate Ted Cruz put up a 60-second ad Tuesday, “Invasion,” that shows people in business attire crossing the border, an attempt to illustrate the economic threat that the Texas senator
  
    



WATCH: New Trump Ad Mistakes Morocco for US-Mexico Border   - 1/5/2016
Donald Trump‘s first paid television ad, released yesterday, purports to show large numbers of illegal immigrants crossing the US-Mexican border. The ad, which has already stirred plenty of controversy
  
    



Low loonie could increase cost of new Canada-US border crossing by $2B   - 1/5/2016
The federal Liberal government will need to find $3.5 billion more to pay for a new bridge at the bustling border crossing between Canada and the United States. Documents show Prime Minister Justin
  
    



Trump's TV campaign advert urges ban   - 1/5/2016
(MENAFN - Gulf Times) Republican frontrunner Donald Trump yesterday unveiled his first TV ad of the presidential election campaign, demanding a ban on Muslims entering the US and vowing to decapitate
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Donald Trump TV Ad Disguises Morocco s Border as US Mexico Border   - 1/5/2016
(MENAFN - Morocco World News) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's first television ad will have you looking twice. His anti-immigrant campaign publicity shows footage of dozens of migrants
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Cuban migrants may fly out of Costa Rica next week: minister   - 1/4/2016
SAN JOSÉ (AFP) -  A first group of US-bound Cuban migrants stranded in Costa Rica may fly out of the country to continue their journey next week, Foreign Minister Manuel Gonzalez said Monday. His
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Border rhetoric in U.S. campaign is 'concerning,' diplomat says   - 1/4/2016
The talk of building walls or having troops patrol the Canada-United States border in the U.S. presidential campaign is putting more pressure on diplomats to remind Americans of the long-standing relationship
  
    



David Alward says U.S. campaign rhetoric on border is 'concerning'   - 1/4/2016
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US, Canada tighten visa requirements   - 1/4/2016
With the New Year comes new laws in North America. CCTV's Jim Spellman takes a look at some of the changes. Citizens of 38 countries, including most of Europe, currently do not need a visa to visit the
  
    



H-1B Cap-Subject Petitions Will Be Accepted by USCIS Beginning April 1; Employers   - 1/6/2016
April 1 is the first day U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will accept H-1B cap-subject petitions for the 2016 allotment of visas for foreign national professionals in specialty occupations.
  
    
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