HEADLINES: Immigration – January 23, 2014

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button_icon_immigration_headlinesThe New Year brings new hope as advocates continue to put pressure on lawmakers throughout the nation. Visit our blog every Thursday for HEADLINES: Immigration. I’ll bring you all the most important and up-to-date news on the immigration debate.

U.S. Immigration Reform Advocates See New Hope in 2014 [Reuters]

Immigrants Without Legal Status Remain Mostly in Healthcare Limbo [Los Angeles Times]

When We Take In Immigrants, We Take In Those Most Likely To Succeed [Forbes]

Immigrants Jailed Just to Hit a Number [New York Daily News]

IN-STATE for Dreamers Act of 2014 [The Hill]

Appeal to U.S. Immigration Office Stalls Deportation, Keeps Lake County Man with Family [The Plain Dealer]

L.A. Immigrant Children Implore Pope Francis to Help Detained Parents [National Catholic Register]

Foster Parents for Refugee Children Needed in Central New York [The Post Standard]

Probe Sought of Border Patrol Checkpoint Actions [Independent Record]

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