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Números oficiales muestran que miles de ciudadanos estadounidenses son separados de sus padres por deportaciones

Números oficiales muestran que miles de ciudadanos estadounidenses son separados de sus padres por deportaciones

De acuerdo al Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas de Estados Unidos (U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement o ICE), dentro del conjunto de personas que fueron deportadas en 2013 72.410 declararon tener uno o más hijos nacidos en Estados Unidos. De ellos, 39.410 fueron deportados en el primer semestre y los restantes 33.000 en […]

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Thousands of U.S.-citizen children separated from parents, ICE records show

Thousands of U.S.-citizen children separated from parents, ICE records show

According to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) records, 72,410 individuals deported in 2013 said they had one or more U.S.-born children. Of those, 39,410 were deported in the first half of calendar year 2013 and the remaining 33,000 in the second half. In other words, in one year alone, many thousands of U.S.-citizen kids […]

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Increase in Deportations Harms Native-Born Workers and Economy

Increase in Deportations Harms Native-Born Workers and Economy

More immigrants are being “removed” from the United States than ever before by a deportation system that has grown larger and more aggressive coupled with  an agency with misplaced priorities in which most immigrants deported pose no threat to anyone. “For nearly two decades, the federal government has been pursuing an enforcement-first approach to immigration […]

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Removals Remain the Starkest Measure of Immigration Enforcement

Removals Remain the Starkest Measure of Immigration Enforcement

For more than a decade, the general thrust of U.S. immigration policy has been aimed at expanding the grounds of removal and the tools for facilitating deportations from the country. Not surprisingly, this has come at an enormous cost. Although the figure has been disputed by restrictionists, a report from the Migration Policy Institute recently […]

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