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¿Indocumentado y bajo arresto?

Eco Latino contactó un experto en asuntos migratorios para ofrecer algunas sugerencias que podrían ayudar a quienes están indocumentados y son puestos bajo arresto.

Key issues in the states' lawsuit over immigration

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's plan to shield more than 4 million immigrants living in the country illegally from deportation is on hold after a judge temporarily blocked the effort. One program to help immigrants brought to the country as children was scheduled to kick in Wednesday, but instead Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services wouldn't accept applications. And preparations for a second program aimed at protecting millions of parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents have been idled until further notice.

Claves de demanda sobre inmigración de estados en EEUU

WASHINGTON — El plan del presidente de Estados Unidos, Barack Obama, para salvar de la deportación a más de cuatro millones de inmigrantes que viven ilegalmente en el país está en suspenso después de que un juez bloqueó temporalmente la medida.

Am I eligible for Obama immigration actions?

Eco Latino contacted an immigration law expert to answer the questions sent by our readers regarding the forms of Deferred Action (DA) available under the recent executive actions on immigration. These forms are Extended Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of U.S. Citizens and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA).

¿Soy elegible para las acciones migratorias de Obama?

Eco Latino contacto un experto en asuntos migratorios para responder las preguntas enviadas por nuestros lectores en relación con la Acción Diferida para Padres de Ciudadanos Estadounidenses y de Residentes Permanentes Legales –DAPA y la extensión del Programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia –DACA.

Judge seems skeptical of challenge to Obama immigration plan

WASHINGTON — A federal judge on Monday appeared deeply skeptical of an Arizona sheriff's lawsuit seeking to halt President Barack Obama's plan to spare nearly 5 million people from deportation. U.S. District Judge Beryl Howell questioned whether Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio had legal standing to challenge the immigration program announced last month. She suggested the topic is better left for Congress and the Obama administration to sort out.

Abogados recomiendan a inmigrantes que no se apresuren

MIAMI — Viviana Ivalo no ve la hora de que el gobierno publique todas las regulaciones de las nuevas medidas administrativas de inmigración para saber si podrá beneficiarse o no con un permiso de trabajo y un estatus legal temporal después de haber permanecido en las sombras por casi 15 años.

Immigrants in limbo over Obama immigrant rules

DENVER — When President Barack Obama outlined why he was letting as many as 4 million immigrants stay and work legally in this country last month, it sounded like he was talking about Arturo Hernandez. Hernandez, 42, meets the criteria for Obama's deportation relief. He has a daughter who was born here and is a U.S. citizen, a steady job and he has lived here without being convicted of crime since 1999. But the president's administration is trying to deport Hernandez anyway.

Inmigrantes piden apoyo a senador Rubio

DORAL, Florida, EE.UU. — Niños con padres encarcelados, jóvenes soñadores que han conseguido un permiso de trabajo, mujeres que permanecen ilegalmente en el país y no podrán beneficiarse con una serie de medidas administrativas anunciadas por el presidente Barack Obama, inmigrantes que sí esperan cambiar pronto su estatus legal manifestaron juntos el miércoles para pedirle a gritos al senador republicano Marco Rubio que apoye a la comunidad latina e impulse una reforma integral que ampare a los 11 millones de personas que se encuentran en el país sin permiso.

Homeland chief faces GOP critics on immigration

WASHINGTON — Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson is defending President Barack Obama's executive actions on immigration even as GOP lawmakers work to find the best way to stop them. Johnson was to appear Tuesday before the House Homeland Security Committee in the administration's first testimony on the issue since Obama announced plans two weeks ago to shield some 4 million immigrants here illegally from deportation and offer them work permits. The action applies to people who've been in the country more than five years and have kids who are citizens or green card holders.



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