For undocumented women make the perilous journey to the US, sexual violence is one among many threats.
México y Haití han reportado un rebrote de casos de COVID-19 en inmigrantes deportados recientemente de Estados Unidos.
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After a federal judge in Hawaii blocked the revised version of Trump’s travel ban on Wednesday, a judge in Maryland quickly followed suit, both of them ruling that the new executive order was essentially the same as the old one.
Muslim Latino play a unique role as a bridge between the nation’s Muslims and Latinos, two groups in the crosshairs of the Trump Administration.
Wanted: A president who will be honest about the fact that he is deporting housekeepers, gardeners, nannies and farmworkers who, while in the country without the proper documents, are non-criminals who pose no threat to anyone.
Se busca: Un presidente que sea honesto sobre el hecho de que está deportando mucamas, jardineros, niñeras y campesinos quienes, aunque están en el país sin los documentos adecuados, no son delincuentes y no presentan ninguna amenaza para nadie.
The Dutch prime minister, Mark Rutte, has seen off a challenge from the anti-Islam populist Geert Wilders to claim a resounding victory in parliamentary elections widely seen as a test for resurgent nationalism before other key European polls.
Hours before President Trump’s second attempt to ban travel from six Muslim-majority countries to take effect, a federal judge in Hawaii ordered to halt it. President Trump described the ruling as "unprecedented judicial overreach".
Activists and lawyers say the revised travel ban they say is motivated by ‘the same religious animus’ as the first.
A Puebla-based businessman is bidding to construct Trump's border wall. He says his country needs an outsider to combat corruption in politics
More than 60 Hispanic companies, all interested in constructing the controversial wall that US President Donald Trump wants to build on the Mexican border, are putting aside political and patriotic concerns for the chance to make money and create jobs.
The immigration debate isn’t about hysteria. It’s about human beings. Along the U.S.-Mexico border, it’s about hard choices that bring heartbreak. It’s about accepting that, as Bruce Springsteen says in his haunting ballad “Sinaloa Cowboys”: “For everything the north gives, it exacts a price in return.”
El debate migratorio no se centra en torno a la histeria. Su centro son los seres humanos. A lo largo de la frontera mexicano-americana, se toman decisiones difíciles que traen dolor. Es cuestión de aceptar, como dice Bruce Springsteen en una evocadora balada titulada “Sinaloa Cowboys”, que: “Por cada cosa que el Norte da, hay que pagar un precio”.
El discurso xenófono de Donald Trump ha empezado tener efectos en la vida de comunidades como la mexicana de Filadelfia, que acaba de cancelar una de sus mayores celebraciones.
Today National Council of La Raza gathered local community leaders and non-profit directors to discuss what they can do to "protect and defend the advances the Latinos have made in this country thus far," according to Rafael Collazo, Director of Political Campaigns.
Focusing on ensuring that they remain inclusive of all political leanings, the group came together to decide what the high-line items were and how they can enact change on a real level in the community.
Several states, including Washington, Oregon and New York, on Thursday announced that they will join Hawaii in filing lawsuits against President Donald Trump"s new immigration order prohibiting US entry to citizens of six Muslim-majority nations and suspending the refugee entry program.
The number of illegal immigrants crossing into the United States from Mexico declined by 40 percent from January to February, Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly said on Wednesday.The Trump Government attributes the decline to its hard line immigration policy, as reported in El País.
“De eso trata América, una tierra de sueños y oportunidades”, dijo Carson. “Hubo otros inmigrantes que vinieron aquí en el fondo de barcos esclavistas, trabajaron por mucho más tiempo, más arduamente y por mucho menos. Pero ellos también tuvieron el sueño de que algún día, sus hijos, hijas, nietos, nietas, bisnietos y bisnietas pudieran ser prósperos y conseguir la felicidad en esta tierra”.
Desde Latinoamérica hasta China, por unas razones u otras, espacios listos para llenarse de vida permanecen desocupados
"That's what America is about, a land of dreams and opportunity," Carson said. "There were other immigrants who came here in the bottom of slave ships, worked even longer, even harder for less. But they too had a dream that one day their sons, daughters, grandsons, granddaughters, great-grandsons, great-granddaughters, might pursue prosperity and happiness in this land.”
Since the afternoon of June 7, 2010, the Juarense mother Guadalupe Güereca says she is dead in life.
That Monday, bullets fired from US soil by Jesús Mesa Jr. - a Border Patrol agent - ended the life of the teenager Sergio Adrián Hernandez, 15, who was in Mexican territory at the time of his death, and whose case has originated a long litigation that is today in the hands of the Supreme Court of the United States.
America’s millions of Mexicans without documents live in fear of deportation, as reported in The Guardian.
El caso de la muerte de Sergio Adrián Hernández, de tan sólo 15 años de edad, ha atraído la atención a nivel nacional ya que la determinación que tome la Corte Suprema de EE.UU. pudiera marcar un precedente legal de gran impacto en las relaciones diplomáticas con México.
The Hungarian Parliament approved a law that allows the detention of all asylum-seekers until their requests are processed. PM calls migration ‘Trojan horse for terrorism’.
The Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights (CHIRLA), the largest immigrant rights organization based in California, just released "America; I Too", the second short film in a series of films addressed to help illegal immigrants, starring Academy Award nominee Barkhad Abdi.
The need to build a wall along the Mexican border is questioned in a report released Monday showing that, since 2007, there have been more immigrants in the US who came here legally with temporary visas and stayed on after their documents expired than there have been immigrants who crossed the border illegally with no documents.