Bob Menendez

Expiration on Tax Credits May Affect Millions of Working Latino Families

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and Child Tax Credit (CTC) are set to expire in late 2017, which may affect millions of Latino working families.
John Boehner

Boehner Resigning From Congress: Lawmakers, Advocates Call for Immigration Reform Vote

House of Representatives Speaker John Boehner, representative for Ohio’s 8th Congressional District, announced his resignation from the Congress, and calls for immigration reform have further increased.
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Fifth Circuit Court DACA, DAPA Hearing Reveals 'Complexity' of Immigration

Coinciding with the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals' hearing on President Barack Obama's deferred action programs' legality, a survey of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipients found how they have benefitted from the program.
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Fifth Circuit Court's DACA, DAPA Hearing Attracts Immigrant Rights Leaders, Protesters

Immigrant rights advocates are set to make their presence known in New Orleans as the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court hears arguments on President Barack Obama's deferred action programs' legality.
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Immigration Attorneys: Temporary Injunction on President Obama's Executive Action Should Be Lifted

Immigrants' rights attorneys expect that the "extremist" and "unnecessary" temporary injunction issued on President Barack Obama's immigration executive actions will be lifted.
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ICE Agent Shares 'Humanitarian Mission' But Immigrant Rights' Groups Offer Different Accounts

Hundreds of undocumented immigrant women and children are in detention facilities across the U.S., and providing the medical needs of the individuals may be a demanding task for the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents, but one ICE agent has been credited to saving the life of a little girl's life.
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Immigrants' Rights Groups Sue US Government for Violating Immigration, Deportation Laws Against Mothers, Children

National immigrants' rights groups are suing the U.S. government over claims of lack of due process for "scores" of Central American women and children at the Artesia immigrant detention facility in New Mexico.

Immigrants' Rights Groups Discuss Conditions of Detained Mothers and Children at Artesia Family Detention Center

Immigrant rights groups spoke about the conditions at one detention center in New Mexico on Thursday, and the insufficient resources mothers and children are faced with.
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