Angela, all hazel brown skin and honey-colored eyes, crossed the border into Presidio when she was seven. Little by little, her family were reunited in Texas before her parents took her with them to California. Her country is the USA; her land, Mexico, although she only vaguely remembers her grandmother’s house, [Read more]
They have been transparent, but now they are living in fear. The others, who are eligible but have not joined the program, are already in the shadows.
The new American administration arrived with a clear message: We don’t want you to come.
Not since the U.S. presidential election of 1992 has there been another as important for Mexico as the one that will take place next November. When Democrat Bill Clinton won the election in 1992, he had already negotiated and signed the North American Free Trade Agreement and its ratification was pending in Congress. [Read more]
Many immigrants in the United States just had the best day of their lives. Barack Obama’s executive order — that will protect more than 4 million immigrants from deportation and will also give them work permits — was not everything we were hoping for, but it is cause for celebration. Yes we could.
Who stands to gain most by stopping this immense workforce from naturalizing?