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Citizenship In Question For Latinos Delivered By Midwives On U.S. Soil

The Obama administration is under fire from the national pro-immigrant group Café Con Leche Republicans after allegedly stripping U.S. citizens of their citizenship over birth certificate fraud. Citizen status for hundreds of Latinos is now in jeopardy as the current administration refuses to recognize the citizenship of those who were birthed with the assistance of …

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Alabama-based Group Pushes to End Mistreatment of Undocumented Immigrants

As the immigration laws in Alabama get tighter, one group is continuing to support immigrant rights. The group, Southern Poverty Law Center, announced on June 6 that it will relaunch a support hotline that allows undocumented immigrants to report any injustices they feel they have experienced under the state's immigration law. According to CNN, the …

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Public Schools Remain Open to Illegal Immigrants in Georgia

While the resolution may not have come about as many immigration advocates may have hoped, illegal immigrants in the state of Georgia will still receive the same benefits: None will be turned away from the state's public colleges and universities. During a recent House meeting, the portion of the state's proposed immigration bill that banned …

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Napolitano Accused of Intentional Underestimates of Illegal Border Crossings

New reports have shown that the number of arrests along U.S. borders are down more than 50 percent. However, recent tips from insiders have accused Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano and her team of intentionally underestimating the numbers of border crossings of individuals without proper immigration forms. The accusation came from U.S. Rep. Darrel …

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Man Without a Country, A La ‘The Terminal,’ but Due to US Error

Despite living with U.S. citizenship since 1990, Abdo Hizam learned last year that his status was given to him in error. The State Department alerted Hizam of the mistake in 2011, telling him it was no error of his own, but a bureacratic problem that had created the blunder. Hizam gave up his Yemeni citizenship …

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