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Supreme Court says Arizona must issue driver's licenses to immigrants

The Supreme Court decided Wednesday that Arizona must offer driver's licenses to young immigrants who entered the country illegally as children but were later shielded from deportation by President Obama.

In a 6-3 decision, the justices turned down an emergency appeal from outgoing Gov. Jan Brewer, who argued that the state had the right to decide who gets a driver's license. Read more >

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UN urges EU to take refugees despite anti-migrant protests

Refugees arriving in Europe from war-torn Syria asking for asylum are putting an additional burden for the EU, whose economy is in crisis and where xenophobia is on the rise. Read more >

Vote on Obama immigration nominee will be first test on amnesty

Documented: US Border Patrol Shakedowns of Deported Migrants

Undocumented Immigrants Line Up for Door Opened by Obama

Thousands of people stood in line Sunday at an information session in Los Angeles offering assessments for undocumented immigrants hoping to establish legal status i Read more >

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Demand Intensifies for Nonprofit Immigration Lawyers

Maria Caba went to an immigration legal clinic for help applying for deportation relief being offered young immigrants and walked with a path to legal residency.

The impact of trade and immigration

There has always been a philosophical divide about how best to educate the public on the causes and potential solutions to mass migration to the United States: through the heartstrings or through the wallet. Read more >

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Finally, a News Anchor Challenged the President Over Deportations

A few editorial pages do it, immigrant-rights and Latino advocates certainly do it, but mainstream news outlets, not so much. That is, forcefully challenge President Obama on immigration – on the disconnect between his oratory about hopes and dreams and his actual deportation record; and on the dissonance behind his recently announced plan to use executive action to defer deportations for millions. Read more >

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Applying for Immigration Action Could Begin in Mid-February

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