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Stop the Deportations Says the San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium

Deportations tear family members apart, many of which would qualify for immigration reform

For Immediate Release
Contact: Ricardo Favela, (760) 659-3620, ricardo@alliancesd.org

San Diego: As the prospects for a comprehensive immigration reform close for the time being, immigrant rights groups across the country have shifted focus to President Barack Obama to use his executive powers to halt deportations of those who would be eligible for a reform and to end the needless suffering of families affected by the dragnet of enforcement.

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AP Exclusive: California Immigration Holds Drop

By ELLIOT SPAGAT and AMY TAXIN Associated Press

Far fewer immigrants arrested by California law enforcement are being turned over to federal authorities for deportation since a new state law went into effect in January.

The law was pushed by immigrant advocates and directs law enforcement agencies to more quickly release those without serious criminal records rather than hold them so federal officials can take them into custody for deportation proceedings.

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Protesters want Obama to end mass deportations

By: Yolanda Perdomo

More than 200 people, including groups of children, are staging a two-day march drawing attention to mass deportations of undocumented immigrants. The protesters want the Obama administration to end the practice by executive order.

The march, which began this morning at the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement office in downtown Chicago before heading west. It is an extension of this past weekend’s National Day of Action against deportations.

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