HEADLINES: Immigration — February 18, 2015

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Statue of liberty600wideThis week, the President’s Executive Actions, which would have expanded DACA for many other young migrants, will be put on hold because of a lawsuit taken up by congressional representatives. Many migrants who saw a window of opportunity open up for them in November will now be forced back into the shadows and the cycle of fear they endured before the President moved to protect them. Visit our blog for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

Dealt Setback, Obama Puts Off Immigration Plan [The New York Times]

Five Things About the Immigration Ruling [The Wall Street Journal]

The Judge Immigration Foes Wanted [The Washington Post]

Undocumented Immigrants Awaiting Deportation Relief Dealt Another Delay [Al Jazeera]

Obama Says the Law is on His Side on Immigration [Time]

As Immigrants Settle Beyond City Limits, Help is Hard to Find [The New York Times]

Hot Seat is Part of the Job for Immigration Chief Sarah Saldana [The Dallas Morning News]

U.S. Looks to Detain More Mother, Child Migrants, Sometimes for Months [Truthout]

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