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US refusal to recognize collusion of Mexican public officials with drug cartels imperils asylees, say legal experts
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Swathes of the British electorate continue to show discontent with all things European, including immigration
Activists want Obama to take bold action on immigration reform, but the GOP-controlled Congress will make that difficult
Former soldiers aim to highlight the plight of veterans who've been deported after honorably serving the United States
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Controversial Kan. sec. of state, architect of voter purges and immigration laws, looks to expand powers after win
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New EU immigrants from Poland and nine other lower-income European countries contributed $8 billion to UK economy
Over 2,100 migrants have died crossing into Arizona since 2001, and those numbers show no signs of slowing down
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