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Stopping deportations by any means necessary

This photo taken Feb. 6, 2014, shows Abel Bautista and his wife Guadalupe posing with their four children at their home in Thornton, Colo. From left are, Kolby, 12, Wendy, 8, Guadalupe, 32, Able, 37, Kimbereli, 7, and Able, 10. AP

President Barack Obama’s surprise announcement last week that his administration would change its deportation policy to become more “humane” shows how the immigration battle has narrowed after months of congressional deadlock.

Posted: March 18th, 2014 in Latest News Stories,World | Read More »

White House changes story on Obama’s uncle

In this Dec. 3, 2013, photo Onyango Obama, President Barack Obama's Kenyan-born uncle, arrives at U.S. Immigration Court for a deportation hearing. The White House said Dec. 5, that President Barack Obama briefly lived with an uncle who faced deportation from the United States, correcting its previous statements that the president had never met Onyango Obama. The 69-year-old, Kenyan-born half-brother of Obama's estranged father was granted permission this week to stay in the U.S. after ignoring a deportation order two decades ago. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

The White House said Thursday that President Barack Obama briefly lived with an uncle who faced deportation from the United States, correcting its previous statements that the president had never met Onyango Obama.

Posted: December 6th, 2013 in Latest News Stories,World | Read More »

Overstaying aliens rounded up, face deportation

AT LEAST 20 foreign businessmen, most of them Chinese nationals, are facing deportation after they were found to have been overstaying in the country. The overstaying aliens composed of eight women and 15 men were rounded up Monday afternoon by operatives of the Waterfront Police Station and Intelligence Division of the Bureau of Immigration (BID) [...]

Posted: November 6th, 2013 in CDN - Metro,Cebu Daily News | Read More »

Trader with suspected terrorist ties is back

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Why was Fouzi Ali Hussein Bondagjy (not Bondagji, as previously spelled in this column), suspected of having links with international terrorists by the National Intelligence Coordinating Agency (Nica), allowed to reenter the country?

Posted: August 9th, 2013 in Featured Columns,Headlines,Metro,On Target | Read More »

Lawsuit challenges US deportation procedures

Alejandra Tejada, 55, an American citizen living in Arlington, Va. who is originally from Bolivia, poses for a portrait at the end of the "Rally for Citizenship," a rally in support of immigration reform, on Capitol Hill in Washington, on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. AP FILE PHOTO

The American Civil Liberties Union sued the U.S. government Tuesday over the way Mexicans accused of living in the country illegally agree to be sent home, claiming the so-called voluntary departures are actually coerced.

Posted: June 5th, 2013 in Latest News Stories,World | Read More »

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