HEADLINES: Immigration — December 17, 2014

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WhiteHouse_600As more of the President’s executive actions on immigration comes into focus, many eligible applicants seek to find out as much information as they can in order to “come out of the shadows and get right with the law,” as the President has encouraged them to do. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

With Drawings and Letters, 1,000s of Kids Ask Congress for Immigration Reform [Fox News Latino]

No Way Home: Illegal Immigrants Probably Unable to Travel Under Obama’s Plan [The Washington Post]

Border Politics: Debating Immigration Policy [The New York Times]

Undercurrent of Fear in Executive Actions on Immigration [MSNBC]

Applying for Immigration Action Could Begin in Mid-February [NBC News]

Undocumented Immigrants Line Up for Door Opened by Obama [The New York Times]

South Texas Family Lockup Will Be Nation’s Largest [The Monitor]

Why Hotels Support Citizenship for Immigrants [The Washington Post]

Documenting Immigration From Both Sides of the Border [Time]

Advocates Warn Scams Will Intensify in Wake of Obama’s Immigration Reforms [The Las Vegas Sun]

Immigrants Urged Not to Fear Applying for Program [Charlotte Observer]

Photo credit: CC-BY-SA-3.0/Matt H. Wade at Wikipedia

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