Immigartion News date 17th May 2005

Mexico protests to US in immigration furor
Reuters - USA
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico formally complained to the United States on Monday in an escalating dispute over immigration that led President Vicente Fox to ...
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Pell urges immigration policy review
ABC Online - Australia
... Archbishop of Sydney, George Pell, says the case of an Australian woman who was wrongfully deported shows the Federal Government's immigration policy is too ...
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Immigration 'ignored' Alvarez medical warning
Age (subscription) - Melbourne,Victoria,Australia
Immigration officers who saw Vivian Alvarez suffer a violent seizure shortly before she was deported ignored a warning that she was not fit to travel, a ...
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Groups protest illegal immigration
Denver Post - Denver,CO,USA
The protest was the latest in an ongoing debate between City Hall and anti-immigration activists who cite the recent killing of Detective Donald "Donnie" Young ...
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Our Opinion: Best chance at reforming immigration
Tucson Citizen - Tucson,AZ,USA
A bipartisan immigration reform bill introduced in both houses of Congress represents the best opportunity yet to achieve real, comprehensive immigration reform ...
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Bridging the immigration divide
Austin American-Statesman (subscription) - Austin,TX,USA
The latest round of the seemingly never-ending debate over immigration has US Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., a central casting conservative, and US Sen. ...
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Immigration: Can McCain Unite The GOP?
BusinessWeek - USA
For more than a year, business has watched with dismay as President Bush's attempts to liberalize immigration laws, including a new guest-worker program, have ...

Immigration to occupy part of Arizona's political debate in future
KVOA.com - Tucson,AZ,USA
Once considered a black hole that few elected officials wished to enter, illegal immigration has taken a more prominent role in Arizona politics, thanks to a ...
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Immigration to occupy part of Arizona's political debate in future
KPHO Phoenix - Phoenix,AZ,USA
The rise of illegal immigration as an issue in state politics began last year when voters easily approved a law that denies some government benefits to illegal ...
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Immigration to occupy part of Arizona's political debate in future
Mohave Valley News - Laughlin,NV,USA
PHOENIX (AP) - Once considered a black hole that few elected officials wished to enter, illegal immigration has taken a more prominent role in Arizona politics ...