Síntesis Informativa Lazos
Número: 3175
Fecha: México, D. F. a 06 de julio de 2016

To English speakers: below you will find information in English published by American and Canadian press.
 

Bandera de México   MEDIOS NACIONALES / ESTATALES - MÉXICO / MEDIA IN MÉXICO

CON 'LAS PUERTAS ABIERTAS', MÉXICO RECIBIRÁ A CONNACIONALES REPATRIADOS DE EU / REDACCIÓN / EXCÉLSIOR
Segob y SRE garantizarán los derechos humanos de los mexicanos, desde su llegada al país hasta su reincorporación a su destino final. (…) Para ello, las secretarías de Gobernación y de Relaciones Exteriores desarrollarán acciones conjuntas conforme a los principios de respeto irrestricto a los derechos humanos en su recepción y reinserción a sus comunidades de origen o destino.
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THE U.S. AND MEXICO ARE STRONGER TOGETHER: JACOBSON / NATALIA GÓMEZ QUINTERO / EL UNIVERSAL
Mexico and the United States need each other because "we are stronger together than separated," said U.S. Ambassador Roberta Jacobson during the 4th of July celebrations in Mexico. In her speech she said that "if someone fails to see the contributions of Mexico in the currents of our history, is because of ignorance. If someone in the United States talks about 'them against us', they may not know very well any of the two countries".
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OBAMA’S IMMIGRATION LEGACY LESS THAN IMPRESSIVE / RUBEN NAVARRETTE JR. / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
With just six and a half months left in office, it’s time to think about what President Obama’s legacy will look like on one of his most difficult subjects: immigration. What will history say about Obama’s skill at the juggling act that will confront every U.S. president in the 21st century — securing our borders, providing a foreign workforce to do jobs that Americans won’t do, and deciding the fate of millions of illegal immigrants living in the United States?
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COURT: IMMIGRANT'S STATUS NOT KEY FACTOR IN SENTENCING / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Wisconsin's Supreme Court says a drunken driver's immigration status wasn't a key factor in sentencing, even though the judge mentioned it several times. Leopoldo Salas Gayton, a Mexican immigrant living in the U.S. illegally, pleaded no contest to two charges after he killed a woman in 2011 while driving the wrong direction on a Milwaukee freeway while drunk.
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AUMENTAN TIEMPOS DE PROCESAMIENTO Y QUEJAS POR RETRASOS EN CIUDADANÍA/PILAR MARRERO/ LA OPINIÓN
Aunque según los objetivos del gobierno federal, el proceso para obtener la naturalización estadounidense debe tomar un máximo de 5 meses, este tiempo no se está logrando con regularidad en casi ninguna de sus oficinas con excepción de San Diego, reveló un informe del Defensor del Pueblo del USCIS entregado al Congreso hace unos días.
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PHILLY MAYOR TAKES ON TOOMEY ON EVE OF SANCTUARY CITY VOTE / MARC LEVY / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney is taking on U.S. Sen. Pat Toomey, saying Tuesday that the Republican's criticism of his city's sanctuary status is fearmongering in line with GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's stances on immigrants. Kenney's shot at Toomey on Tuesday came a day before the U.S. Senate is scheduled to vote on a Toomey bill that would withhold certain federal grants from sanctuary cities.
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INDIANAPOLIS SCHOOLS STARTS PROGRAM FOR NON-ENGLISH SPEAKERS / KAITLIN LANGE / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Each morning Mastora Bakhiet, a refugee born in Darfur, watched her kids board a school bus with a driver she couldn't communicate with. The unfamiliar driver would take her children to an unfamiliar place. She spent the day anxious, just waiting for them to return home from school. They always did, but the worry was still there.
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SANTA ANA MAN ACCUSED OF IMPERSONATING IMMIGRATION AGENT / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
Authorities in Orange County have arrested a 26-year-old man who allegedly pretended to be a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent and threatened to deport a woman if she didn't give him money. The Orange County Register reported Tuesday that Luis Flores-Mendoza of Santa Ana is accused of wearing a uniform and carrying a badge and a handgun when the alleged threat was made.
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US COLLEGES COURT FOREIGN ENTREPRENEURS WHO NEED VISAS / COLLIN BINKLEY / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
He came to America on a student visa, earned a master's degree from Babson College and is now starting a new business, but Abhinav Sureka worries that he'll have to return to India. To stay, he needs an H-1B visa, a temporary work permit typically obtained through a lottery with lower odds of winning than a coin toss.
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HEALTH OFFICIALS URGE ELOY DETENTION-FACILITY WORKERS TO GET MEASLES VACCINE / DANIEL GONZÁLEZ / THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC
More than five weeks after a measles outbreak was confirmed at a federally run immigration-detention facility in Eloy, dozens of workers still haven't been vaccinated or proven they are immune to measles. As a result, the workers could be putting the public at risk of catching the highly contagious disease each time they leave the facility, according to state health officials.
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L’ACCOMMODEMENT RAISONNABLE/FRANCINE PELLETIER/LE DEVOIR
En 2015, le gouvernement français invitait le milieu de la restauration parisienne à plus de civilité. L’air bête de ses garçons de table étant devenu aussi imperméable que leurs fameux tabliers, il fallait intervenir. La campagne a porté ses fruits et on peut aujourd’hui dîner à Paris sans, du même coup, cultiver un complexe d’infériorité. Peut-être le gouvernement québécois devrait-il émuler le geste pour ce qui est des immigrants ?
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