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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 Steve Holland MISSION, Texas (Reuters) - President George W. Bush argued on Thursday for combining tougher border enforcement with a guest-worker program for illegal immigrants as he clung to a position at odds with conservative Republicans.
By Michelle Nichols NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. imm
Corrects description of scuffle in second paragraph in story that ran originally on July 26, 2006. By Michelle Nichols NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - President Bush has told Mexican President Vicente Fox that the U.S. Congress is unlikely to pass immigration reforms before elections in November, Fox said on Monday.
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - President Bush told Mexican President Vicente Fox the U.S. Congress is unlikely to pass immigration reforms before November congressional elections, Fox said on Monday.
President George W. Bush on Wednesday vowed to keep working for immigration reform including a guest worker program, in the face of growing resistance from some senior Republicans who have vowed to block any concessions to illegal immigrants.
By Steve Holland OMAHA, Nebraska (Reuters) - President George W. Bush on Wednesday played down differences in the divided U.S. Congress over a plan to give millions of illegal immigrants a pathway to U.S. citizenship, saying the country was coming closer to a consensus.
By Adam Tanner SACRAMENTO, California (Reuters) - Mexican President Vicente Fox praised Mexican immigrants for pushing Washington on immigration reform on Friday, the last day of a U.S. trip during which he drew Republican barbs over the issue.
By Donna Smith WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Thursday passed an immigration overhaul that would give millions of illegal immigrants a chance to become American citizens, as backers braced for a bruising battle with the House of Representatives.
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