Síntesis Informativa Lazos
Número: 3277
Fecha: México, D. F. a 30 de noviembre de 2016

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SUEÑO CON ‘UN MUNDO SIN MUROS’: CANCILLER RUIZ MASSIEU / IVÁN E. SALDAÑA / EXCÉLSIOR
La canciller Claudia Ruiz Massieu escribió una frase en un pizarrón del Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, donde afirmó que su sueño es “Un mundo sin muros donde la diversidad sea apreciada”. El ejercicio lo hizo este martes junto al alcalde de Austin, Texas, Steve Adler, al recorrer la exposición temporal dedicada a Martin Luther King Jr., intitulada Un sueño de Igualdad. Cabe destacar que durante el último año la Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) se ha pronunciado en contra de la propuesta en campaña del presidente electo de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, de construir un nuevo muero en la frontera de su país con México.
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ARRANCA LA DIFUSIÓN DE SERVICIOS DEL CENTRO DE ATENCIÓN A MEXICANOS EN EU / EL INFORMADOR
La Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (SRE) lanzó una campaña de difusión para dar a conocer los servicios del Centro de Información y Atención a Mexicanos (CIAM), el cual brinda asesoría y apoyo a los connacionales que radican en Estados Unidos. La campaña, que estará vigente hasta el 31 de diciembre, recuerda a los connacionales que radican fuera de territorio nacional, que cuentan con el apoyo del Gobierno mexicano, señaló la dependencia en un comunicado.
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UNIVERSIDADES DE EU PIDEN PROTECCIÓN PARA INDOCUMENTADOS / EL INFORMADOR
Más de 350 universidades estadounidenses reclaman al presidente electo Donald Trump que cambie de opinión y mantenga un programa que permite a cientos de miles de jóvenes sin papeles estudiar, trabajar y evitar una deportación. Los llaman "dreamers", o soñadores. Son unos 1,2 millones de jóvenes que fueron traídos ilegalmente a Estados Unidos cuando niños, crecieron sin documentos, se graduaron de la secundaria y muchas veces hablan mejor inglés que el idioma de sus padres.
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UNIVERSIDADES ACONSEJAN A DREAMERS / EL UNIVERSAL
Al menos tres universidades estadounidenses pidieron a sus estudiantes sin autorización para vivir en el país que si viajan al extranjero regresen a Estados Unidos antes del 20 de enero, cuando Donald Trump tomará posesión como presidente. California State University, Santa Clara University y City University of New York recomendaron a jóvenes que se benefician del programa de alivio migratorio conocido como DACA: “A menos de que el presidente electo Trump haga un anuncio antes del 20 de enero, no podemos asegurarles que ustedes serán admitidos en EU”,
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URGEN A JÓVENES A REGRESAR A EU ANTES QUE TRUMP TOME POSESIÓN / EL UNIVERSAL
Al menos tres universidades estadounidenses pidieron a sus estudiantes sin autorización para vivir en el país, que si viajan al extranjero regresen a Estados Unidos antes del 20 de enero, cuando Donald Trump tomará posesión como presidente. California State University, Santa Clara University y City University of New York lo recomendaron a jóvenes que se benefician de un programa de alivio migratorio. "A menos que el presidente electo Trump haga un anuncio antes del 20 de enero, no podemos asegurarles que ustedes serán admitidos en Estados Unidos", dijo Allan Wernick, director del programa Citizenship Now de City University of New York, durante una sesión informativa a estudiantes.
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OTORGAN A MEXICANOS INGRESO MÁS RÁPIDO A TERRITORIO BRITÁNICO / EL UNIVERSAL
Los mexicanos que viajen el Reino Unido (Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte) pueden ser candidatos para solicitar su incorporación al Servicio de Viajeros Registrados del Reino Unido, un beneficio que entró en operación desde el lunes 21 de noviembre y que ya aplica para otros países. Las personas cuya incorporación haya sido aprobada, podrán tener un rápido ingreso, sin necesidad de pasar por los rigurosos controles de seguridad para cruzar la frontera.
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ANTICIPAN IMPACTOS PARA MÉXICO POR DONALD TRUMP / EL UNIVERSAL
Con o sin revisión del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN), México será uno de los actores internacionales que más podría verse afectado durante la era de Donald Trump, alerta un análisis de Control Risks. De acuerdo con la consultora londinense, aun cuando la administración Trump resulte ser “benévola” y decida no renegociar el TLCAN, el país sufrirá por la incertidumbre sobre las relaciones económicas con EU.
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GRUPO PRO TRUMP PRESENTA UN PLAN PARA LEVANTAR EL "MURO" MIGRATORIO / CARACOL RADIO
Una organización que apoya una reforma migratoria en línea con el ala más dura de los republicanos presentó hoy sus propuestas a la administración del presidente electo de EE.UU., Donald Trump, para deportar inmigrantes "fugitivos" y aumentar el control de la frontera y del sistema de visados. El grupo de cabildeo Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR), uno de los más tempranos apoyos a la candidatura de Trump, presentó un documento hoy con propuestas migratorias para los primeros cien días de mandato del nuevo presidente.
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UNIVERSITIES URGE PROTECTION FOR UNAUTHORIZED IMMIGRANT STUDENTS UNDER TRUMP / KATE MORRISSEY / SAN DIEGO UNIÓN TRIBUNE
Leaders of California’s three public college and university systems sent a letter to President-elect Donald Trump on Tuesday urging him to preserve President Barack Obama’s program allowing children of unauthorized immigrants leeway to stay in the U.S. The deferred action for childhood arrivals program, or DACA, was created through executive action and Trump promised during his campaign to overturn it. “The University of California, California State University,
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MEXICAN FOREIGN MINISTER SAYS SHE DREAMS OF A WORLD WITHOUT WALLS / ALEX PFEIFFER / THE DAILY CALLER
Mexico’s foreign minister Claudia Ruiz Massieu wrote Tuesday that she dreams of a world without walls, as her country braces for a wave of deported immigrants. Massieu was hosting Austin, Texas Mayor Steve Adler and visited a Martin Luther King Jr. exhibition with him at a Mexican museum. She wrote in chalk, “I have a dream [of] a world without walls where diversity is appreciated.” Mexican government officials have been preparing for the prospect of an influx of deported immigrants during President-elect Donald Trump’s administration.
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WHY IMMIGRANTS WON’T SELF-DEPORT / WAYNE A. CORNELIUS / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Self-deportation is back in vogue. President-elect Donald Trump’s chief immigration advisor, Kris Kobach, told Fox News: “The jobs are going to dry up, the welfare benefits are going to dry up, and a lot of people who may not be criminal aliens may decide, hey, it’s getting hard to disobey federal law, and may leave on their own.” Mass self-deportation has been a staple of the anti-immigration movement for more than a decade. Mitt Romney adopted it as his main immigration policy prescription in 2012. Sometimes called the “attrition through enforcement” or “immiseration” approach to immigration control, the logic is to make life so difficult for immigrants to find work that they give up and go home.
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THE SUPREME COURT CAN END SOME DRACONIAN IMMIGRANT DETENTION RULES / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Alejandro Rodriguez was an infant when his parents brought him to the United States. He grew up in Los Angeles as a lawful permanent resident, and when he came of age, he had permission to work — which he did, as a dental assistant, to support his two young children. But Rodriguez also ran into some legal problems. When he was 19 he was convicted of joyriding, and in 2003, when he was 24, Rodriguez was sentenced to five years’ probation for misdemeanor drug possession.
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THE TRUTH ABOUT YOUNG IMMIGRANTS AND DACA / JANET NAPOLITANO / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Maybe you’ve heard this story line before. With the blithe stroke of a pen and without congressional approval, President Obama gave legal status to a vast population of immigrants who entered the country unlawfully — because he wanted to, and because he found a way. I’m referring to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. That program is called DACA, which until the recent presidential campaign was an acronym known by few beyond the nation’s immigrant communities or the Washington beltway.
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YOUNG IMMIGRANTS WHO CAME FORWARD NOW WORRIED ABOUT FUTURE / ALICIA A. CALDWELL / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Hundreds of thousands of young immigrants living in the country illegally willingly came out of the shadows and identified themselves to the Obama administration on the promise that they'd be safe from deportation and allowed to work. Some may now regret that decision. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to immediately scrap the program that protected these immigrants. If he does, it's not clear whether he would take action against the more than 741,000 participants.
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HOW TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT COULD AFFECT FAMILIES AND COMMUNITIES / WILLIAM D. LOPEZ / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
When immigration officers forcibly remove individuals from their homes, it impacts the psychological, emotional and economic well-being of their families and communities. President-elect Donald Trump stated throughout his campaign that he wanted to leverage a “deportation force” to deport all 11 million undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S. In an interview on “60 Minutes” after the election, Trump narrowed his initial target to about two to three million immigrants, similar to Obama’s eight-year deportation record of two million people. A growingchorus of voices has warned about the possibility of increased immigration raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, a branch of the Department of Homeland Security.
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CALIFORNIA COLLEGE LEADERS URGE TRUMP TO KEEP DACA / NANETTE ASIMOV / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
A Hail Mary pass from California’s higher-education leaders on Tuesday seeks some unlikely benevolence from President-elect Donald Trump on immigration: They want him to save a program that shields thousands of state students from deportation. Since 2012, a federal law has allowed people under age 31 who were brought to this country illegally as children to avoid deportation if they are in school, finished high school or served honorably in the military and have no serious criminal record.
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SUPREME COURT WEIGHS BOND HEARINGS FOR DETAINED IMMIGRANTS / MARK SHERMAN / SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS
A seemingly divided Supreme Court on Wednesday tried to figure out whether the government can detain immigrants indefinitely without providing hearings in which they could argue for their release. The justices heard argument in a class-action lawsuit brought by immigrants who spent long periods behind bars, including many who are legal residents of the United States or are seeking asylum. The issue for the court is whether people the government has detained while it is considering deporting them can make their case to a judge that they should be released.
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