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California's reaction to Obama's impending immigration action ranges from joy to outrage

News of President Barack Obama's impending executive action on immigration reform sparked excitement and hope among advocates but outrage among opponents across California. Read more >

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President Obama to announce executive action on immigration Thursday

President Obama said in a video that he will lay out his proposal to overhaul the nation's immigration system Thursday and will travel to Las Vegas on the heels of that announcement to rally Read more >

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Obama’s Immigration Plan Could Grant Papers to Millions, at Least for Now

Changes to the immigration enforcement system that President Obama is expected to announce as early as this week could offer legal documents to as many Read more >

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Obama's Expected Immigration Order: How Many Would Be Affected?

Millions of unauthorized immigrants could receive relief from deportation under an executive order that President Obama will announce as early as next week, according to news reports. The order is expected to affect immigrants who have already been living in the country for a long period of time and is aimed at families in which some members are U.S. citizens and others are not. Read more >

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The US wants to help Central Americans - by letting fewer refugees in

On Tuesday, the Obama administration announced how many refugees will be allowed to enter the US from now until next September. Read more >

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Obama Approves Plan to Let Children in Central America Apply for Refugee Status

WASHINGTON — President Obama has approved a plan to allow several thousand young children from Central American countries to apply for refugee status in the United States, providing a legal path for some of them to join family members already living in America, White House officials said Tuesday. Read more >

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