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DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) -- Two supervisors at an Iowa meatpacking plant that was raided by federal immigration agents in May were arrested and charged with encouraging people to live in the United States illegally.
By Deborah Bulkeley Deseret News The incarceration arms of two Utah sheriff offices will soon play an active role in immigration enforcement.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary (DHS) Michael Chertoff announced Friday that a new â€œvirtual fenceâ€ to help fight illegal border crossings along part of the U.S.-Mexico border is now ready for service.
By Dave Montgomery, Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Texas Feb. 12--WASHINGTON -- The U.S.
A Japanese computer science student fails to take a full load of university classes and loses his student visa. A 10th-grade Indian girl is detained because of a high school essay she wrote on the Department of Homeland Security.
SAN ANTONIO - Texas has started broadcasting live images of the U.S. border on the Internet in a security program that asks the public to report signs of illegal immigration or drug crimes.
By Tim Gaynor PHOENIX (Reuters) - Supporters and opponents of liberalized immigration laws bellowed at each other through bullhorns at a rally in Phoenix on Monday as pressure on the U.S. Congress to break a deadlock over a proposed immigration overhaul gathered pace nationwide.
By Tim Gaynor PHOENIX (Reuters) - Supporters and opponents of liberalized immigration laws bellowed at each other through bullhorns at a rally in Phoenix on Monday as pressure on the U.S. Congress to break a deadlock on an immigration overhaul gathered pace nationwide.
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Pro-immigration activists took to the streets of Chicago on Friday, in the first of a week of marches nationwide to step up pressure on a returning U.S. Congress to move forward with a stalled immigration overhaul.
By Tim Gaynor PHOENIX (Reuters) - Increased security on the U.S.-Mexican border is turning human smuggling into a multi-billion dollar criminal industry and attracting violent gangs with ties to Mexican drug cartels, authorities say. The U.S.
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