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Policy on 300,000 yearly anchor babies under scrutiny

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Should the United States continue to allow the practice of people traveling here, either illegally or legally, just for the purpose of having a child so that child automatically becomes a citizen? ...

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Migrant children now at risk of disease, death

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Children traveling in a migrant caravan are vulnerable to disease and should be protected, Oaxaca’s Human Rights Ombudsman, Arturo Peimbedrt, said on Oct. 29. Some of the children are unaccompanied, while others ...

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Migrants turn down offers of jobs, benefits in Mexico

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A U.S.-bound caravan of Central American migrants pressed on through southern Mexico on Oct. 27, in spite of generous Mexican government offers of jobs, welfare benefits, healthcare and education for their children. ...

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Troops approved for nation’s southern border

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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has authorized the use of troops and other military resources at the U.S.-Mexico border, U.S. officials said on Friday, bolstering President Donald Trump’s efforts to protect the nation ...

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Migrant mass swells to 5,000, resumes march to US

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Despite Mexican efforts to stop them at the border, a Central American migrant group has swelled to over 5,000 people as they advance toward the U.S. border. The news came as Mexican ...

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Swedes vote opposition to generous immigration policy

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As Europeans continue to struggle with the issue of immigration, add another country that has been rocked at the polls over the issue. Sweden has become the latest European nation where voters ...

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Illegal migrants head to U.S. border demanding end to all border security

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A group of 1,500 illegal migrants are marching north through Mexico headed to a planned protest at the United States – Mexico border. Their written demands are that American citizens remove all ...

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