Immigration


Child Migrants, Alone in Court

On Jul 3rd, 2013

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BELKIS RIVERA, 14 years old, sat in the Los Angeles immigration courtroom, in a black coat and purple scarf, shaking with fear. When Belkis was 6, the gang that controlled her neighborhood in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, killed her grandmother and then her uncle, and demanded that her brothers join as lookouts. Belkis’s mother took [...]

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The US Is Locking Up Undocumented Kids With Adults

On Jul 3rd, 2013

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Over the past few years, record numbers of children, usually from Mexico or Central America and often traveling alone, have crossed illegally into the United States. From October 2011 to October 2012, some 31,000 juveniles (PDF) were apprehended by the Border Patrol. And according to a new report, more and more of them have landed [...]

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Taller gratuito de MABA atrae a más de 300 personas a Bell Gardens

On Jun 18th, 2013

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Cerca de 80 expertos en leyes de la Asociación de Abogados Latinoamericana (MABA) asistieron gratuitamente a cientos de personas que necesitan una consulta legal el pasado fin de semana en la preparatoria Bell Gardens. Desde información de inmigración, criminal, civil e incluso internacional, cientos de personas, en su mayoría inmigrantes tuvieron la oportunidad de hablar [...]

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