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US Hikes Fee to Renounce Citizenship by 422% to $2,350   - 12 Hours ago
The United States plans to hike the fees it charges American citizens to give up their passports as the nation also tries to stem the tide of U.S. businesses moving headquarters overseas. The State
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Conservatives raise call to strip jihadists of U.S. citizenship, as Ted Cruz pushes   - 11 Hours ago
Sen. Ted Cruz, Texas Republican, told a crowd of 3,000 at a conservative summit in Dallas that Americans fighting with Islamic State militants should be exiled from the country saying, “we need to not
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US Coast Guard repatriates 86 migrants to Cuba and Haiti   - 13 Hours ago
A Coast Guard crewman aboard a Coast Guard cutter gives food to Haitian migrants interdicted at sea. US Coast Guard photo MIAMI, USA -- US Coast Guard crews aboard the cutters Charles David Jr. and
  
    



700 Kidnapped Migrants Rescued in 3 Months in Tamaulipas, Mexico   - 104 Minutes ago
Mexican authorities say they have rescued 700 kidnapped migrants in Mexico 's Tamaulipas state since May, underscoring the dangers facing migrants traveling through the embattled northeastern state as
  
    



US State Dept. Raised Fee to Renounce Citizenship By 422% to $2,350   - 10 Hours ago
The United States plans to hike the fee it charges American citizens to give up their passports, as tries to stem the tide of US businesses moving HQs overseas. The State Department raised the fee for
  
    



Dentists May Do Better Than Lawyers In Getting Answers from USCIS . By Roger Algase   - 10 Hours ago
In my August 15 post (updated on August 23), I described the difficulty and frustration involved in trying to get an answer from the USCIS Texas Service Center and the USCIS 800 number customer service
  
    


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Honduran Authorities, U.S. Lawmakers Talk About Child Immigration   - 11 Hours ago
TEGUCIGALPA – Honduran authorities and a delegation of U.S. lawmakers met in the nation’s capital to discuss the structural causes of child immigration, officials said on Sunday. Honduran government
  
    



Romney Faults Obama for Immigration Crisis...   - 12 Hours ago
:10 AM PDT post a comment Mitt Romney appeared on WNYM's "The Cats Round Table" with John Catsimatidis today  and took on Barack Obama over domestic issues, including immigration.  The President
  
    



US Hikes Fee to Renounce Citizenship by 422 Percent to $2,350   - 13 Hours ago
The U.S. has more than quadrupled the fee to renounce citizenship as record numbers of citizens file to become expatriates.
  
    


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Border Checks Reestablished Ahead of Obama Visit   - 7 Hours ago
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Immigration now an Obama issue 21 days ago   - 9 Hours ago
Charles Krauthammer (Photo: Wire Services) WASHINGTON – President Obama is impatient. Congress won't act on immigration, he says, and therefore he will. The White House is coy as to exactly what
  
    



Leader of Los Zetas drug cartel arrested near US/Mexico border   - 13 Hours ago
20:18 EDT A leader of the violent Los Zetas drug cartel has been arrested in the northwestern Mexican state of Tamaulipas bordering the United States, officials said on Sunday. Mario Alberto Arce
  
    


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Could Obama delay immigration action?   - 23 Hours ago
08/31/2014 While the president is expected to take action any day now in the wake of Congress' impasse on immigration reform, Republicans raise the specter of yet another impasse on funding the government
  
    



To Get Obama to Border, Cruz Says Let's Play Golf   - 8/31/2014
8:42pm Sen. Ted Cruz today invited President Obama to accompany him to a golf course on the Texas-Mexico border, telling conservatives at an Americans for Prosperity summit in Dallas he thought that
  
    



Obama weighing delay in action on immigration NYT   - 8/30/2014
Immigration Clash Could Lead to Shutdown Obama Asks for $3.7 Billion to Aid Border Obama Says He'll Order Action to Aid Immigrants Representative Luis V. Gutiérrez, Democrat of Illinois, who has
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Cuban migrants head back to sea as relatives pray in the U.S.   - 8/30/2014
A home-made aluminum boat carrying 16 Cuban migrants pulls up to a dock seeking what the migrants said was refuge from rough seas, in Grand Cayman island August 28, 2014. Credit: Reuters/Peter Polack
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Los Zetas chieftain arrested near US-Mexico border   - 14 Hours ago
By AFP | AFP  –  A leader of the violent Los Zetas drug cartel has been arrested in the northwestern Mexican state of Tamaulipas bordering the United States, officials said on Sunday. Mario Alberto
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Would immigration action help or hurt Obama's party this fall?   - 8/30/2014
One question that Washington appears unable to easily answer is whether President Obama's intention to use executive action to change immigration law would help or hurt his party in the midterm election.
  
    



Pres. Barack Obama hints at immigration delay   - 8/30/2014
08/30/2014 University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, Buzzfeed’s Kate Nocera, Slate’s Mike Pesca, and Bloomberg View’s Margaret Carlson join Jonathan Capehart to look at Pres. Obama’s possible moves
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Obama May Delay Immigration Action Until After Midterms   - 8/30/2014
President Barack Obama may delay executive action on immigration until after the November midterm elections as Democrats fight to maintain control of the Senate. The Wall Street Journal and The New
  
    



Obama in no rush to act on immigration   - 8/30/2014
08/30/2014 Pres. Barack Obama hints at immigration delay University of Connecticut professor Jelani Cobb, Buzzfeed’s Kate Nocera, Slate’s Mike Pesca, and Bloomberg View’s Margaret Carlson join Jonathan
  
    



Immigration to complicate U.S. budget talks   - 8/28/2014
(Reuters) - Conservatives in the U.S. Congress who object to President Barack Obama's immigration policies are threatening to tie a must-pass budget bill to the issue, making for a possible showdown in
  
    



US Customs and Border Protection Asks Citizens for Help Busting Drug Smugglers   - 18 Hours ago
:55 AM PDT post a comment HOUSTON, Texas -- In an effort to curb drug smuggling, U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) in the Laredo Sector recently announced a new method for citizens to anonymously
  
    



Ted Cruz invites Obama to border, to play golf   - 18 Hours ago
(NATIONALREVIEW) — Ted Cruz brought his anti-Washington crusade to Americans for Prosperity’s Defending the Dream summit in Dallas on Saturday. “I spent last week in Washington, D.C,” he said. “It’s
  
    



For the First Time, a Domestic Abuse Victim Is Eligible for Asylum in the U.S.   - 18 Hours ago
The Board of Immigration Appeals this week ruled for the first time that a woman who suffered from domestic abuse in her native country could seek asylum in the United States. The BIA, the highest
  
    
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