Ciudad de México, 9 de octubre de 2017

Número: 3467

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CONDICIONA TRUMP ALIVIO A 'DREAMERS' A FONDOS PARA MURO FRONTERIZO / LA JORNADA
El presidente estadunidense Donald Trump condicionó esta noche su apoyo a un alivio migratorio para unos 800 mil jóvenes migrantes o "dreamers" a que el Congreso apruebe los fondos completos para construir un muro en la frontera con México y nuevos límites a la migración legal. La Casa Blanca divulgó su lista de “prioridades legislativas”, que incluye además cambios para facilitar la deportación de niños migrantes centroamericanos, una ofensiva contra quienes rebasen los términos de sus visas, y más recursos para detenciones y deportaciones migratorias.
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MÁS DE 60 MIL 'DREAMERS' RENOVARON DACA / MILENIO
Alrededor de 64 mil jóvenes migrantes, conocidos como dreamers, presentaron solicitudes para renovar su inscripción al programa de alivio migratorio DACA desde que el presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, anunciara su fin el pasado 5 de septiembre, informó hoy un portavoz del gobierno. El plazo para renovar la inscripción al programa migratorio acabó a medianoche, por lo que las cifras son provisionales debido al volumen de solicitudes recibidas en los últimos días, dijo un vocero del Servicio de Ciudadanía e Inmigración (USCIS), encargado de la gestión de DACA.
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32 MIL ‘DREAMERS’ ESTÁN EN RIESGO: NO RENOVARON EL DACA / LINO CARDENAS / DEBATE
De los 154 mil dreamers que tenían que renovar su permanencia en el programa de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia (DACA, por sus siglas en inglés) antes del 5 de octubre, solo 122 mil presentaron la solicitud de renovación, por lo que 32 mil quedaron fuera de la protección de este programa y ya son indocumentados. Estos datos los facilitó para EL DEBATE la Oficina de Migración de los Estados Unidos. "Todos los jóvenes que no pudieron renovar tienen que buscar asesoría legal. Tienen que buscar amparos, ya que desde este momento su situación en Estados Unidos es ilegal. Esperar a que el Congreso tome una decisión llevará tiempo, por lo que es mejor prevenirse y no dejar que sea el gobierno quien disponga de su futuro", explicó José Ángel Barajas, presidente de la Fraternidad Sinaloense en California.
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UN HECHO, DEPORTACIONES DE DREAMERS / LA VOZ DE LA FRONTERA
Desde el anuncio de la cancelación del programa DACA, ya se han registrado deportaciones de jóvenes dreamers por la frontera. Lo anterior lo dio a conocer la directora de Dreamer’s Moms Tijuana-San Diego, Yolanda Varona, quien precisó que más de 400 mil jóvenes que estaban inscritos en el Programa DACA, no renovaron el permiso este 5 de octubre, el cual les daba la oportunidad de estar por dos años más en los Estados Unidos.
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DREAMERS EN PORTADA DE PEOPLE EN ESPAÑOL / EL UNIVERSO
Jesús Contreras, paramédico; César Vargas, abogado; Gaby Roldán, actriz; Karina Aguilar Guerrero, estudiante universitaria, y Alfonso Verdis, chef, son los protagonistas de la portada de noviembre de People en Español. La revista, que pone en su portada a estrellas del espectáculo, quiso darles voz a los dreamers y que contaran sus historias desde que llegaron a EE.UU. cuando eran menores de edad hasta el momento en el que el actual presidente del país, Donald Trump, anunció el fin del programa DACA (Consideración de Acción Diferida para los Llegados en la Infancia), por sus siglas en inglés.
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VERÁSTEGUI LE PIDE A TRUMP RESPETO A LOS 'DREAMERS' / YOHALI RESÉNDIZ / EXCELSIOR
El actor mexicano Eduardo Verástegui llevó a cabo en las últimas semanas acciones extraordinarias en beneficio de los dreamers expresando públicamente su compromiso por la defensa de los mismos. En una carta escrita para el presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, el actor mexicano le expresó que "independientemente de lo que sus padres hayan hecho, estos hombres y mujeres jóvenes fueron llevados a los Estados Unidos como niños vulnerables y ahora son americanos. No conocen otro hogar más allá de los Estados Unidos. No conocen otra familia que no sea América. ¡Y usted es su Presidente!".
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SEMANA DECISIVA PARA EL FUTURO DEL TLCAN / ROBERTO MORALES / EL ECONOMISTA
La cuarta de las siete rondas para renegociar el Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN) entre México, Estados Unidos y Canadá, a efectuarse en Washington DC del 11 al 16 de octubre, podría ser la decisiva para definir el acuerdo, indicó el periódico The Washington Post (TWP). Analistas y participantes han señalado que “las negociaciones están en riesgo creciente de fallar”, advirtió el rotativo. “Las bombas del presidente (estadunidense) Donald Trump a través de Twitter y los ataques retóricos a lo que él llama el ‘peor acuerdo jamás hecho’ y las vagas y confusas propuestas de su administración, han desalentado a Canadá, que ahora está explorando opciones de respaldo”, refirió en una nota The Washington Post. “Si las autoridades no pueden avanzar más en la revisión de la próxima (esta) semana del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte, las probabilidades de llegar a un acuerdo disminuirán aún más”, advirtió.
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DURA POLÍTICA DE EU HA FRENADO A 50% DE MIGRANTES / EL SOL DE TIJUANA
La cifra de mexicanos que buscan alcanzar el “sueño americano” en los Estados Unidos se ha reducido en hasta 50%, informó el director de Atención al Migrante, César Palencia Chávez. El funcionario municipal explicó que los mexicanos ya no ven tan atractivo ir a probar suerte al vecino país, y prefieren hacer su vida en México.
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EN EU SE GENERAN MÁS EMPLEOS PARA MEXICANOS / EL UNIVERSAL
La generación de empleos para trabajadores de origen mexicano repuntó este año en Estados Unidos, y superan los creados en el propio país, por el mayor dinamismo de la economía más grande del mundo y a pesar de la política anti inmigratoria del gobierno de Donald Trump. En los primeros ocho meses de 2017, en Estados Unidos generaron 799 mil 379 empleos para trabajadores mexicanos (legales e ilegales).
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IMMIGRANTS KEEP WINNING NOBEL PRIZES / STUART ANDERSON / FORBES
Every October brings new Nobel Prize winners and more reminders of America’s rewards for being a nation of immigrants. This year is no exception. The Swedish Academy of Sciences named Joachim Frank, an immigrant from Germany, the sole American winner of the 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Frank is a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics and of Biological Sciences at Columbia University in New York. Table 1: Immigrant Nobel Prize Winners in Chemistry, Medicine and Physics. Immigrant Nobel Winners Since 2000 33 of 85 American winners have been immigrants. Percentage of Immigrant Winners since 2000 39%. Source: Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, National Foundation for American Policy, George Mason University Institute for Immigration Research. Numbers and percentage for chemistry, medicine and physics prizes.
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TRUMP LISTS DEMANDS ON IMMIGRATION IN EXCHANGE FOR DACA / THE NEW YORK TIMES
President Donald Trump has told congressional leaders that his hard-line immigration priorities must be enacted in exchange for extending protection from deportation to hundreds of thousands of young immigrants, many of whom were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. Trump's list of demands included overhauling the country's green-card system, a crackdown on unaccompanied minors entering the country, and building his promised wall along the southern border. Many were policies Democrats have said explicitly are off the table and threaten to derail ongoing negotiations over legislation protecting young immigrants known as "Dreamers." They had been given a reprieve from deportation and the ability to work legally in the country under President Barack Obama's Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, program, which Trump ended last month.
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TRUMP’S BORDER WALL IS A NONSTARTER FOR DEMOCRATS. HE KNOWS THAT / AMBER PHILLIPS / THE WASHINGTON POST
When Democrats struck a tentative deal last month with the president to protect "dreamers" from deportations, they were skeptical that it would turn into anything real. That skepticism was well founded. Either President Trump has changed his mind about shielding from deportation thousands of young undocumented immigrants in the country, or he never really wanted to do so in the first place. We know this because late Sunday, the administration released a wish list of immigration principles it wants in any deal. No. 1 is funding for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. Except, the wall is a manifestation of everything Democrats despise about Trump and his hard-liner immigration stances, simplistic policy ideas and identity-focused politics.
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WHITE HOUSE MAKES HARD-LINE DEMANDS FOR ANY ‘DREAMERS’ DEAL / MICHAEL D. / THE NEW YORK TIMES
The White House on Sunday delivered to Congress a long list of hard-liner immigration measures that President Trump is demanding in exchange for any deal to protect the young undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers, imperiling a fledgling bipartisan push to reach a legislative solution. Before agreeing to provide legal status for 800,000 young immigrants brought here illegally as children, Mr. Trump will insist on the construction of a wall across the southern border, the hiring of 10,000 immigration agents, tougher laws for those seeking asylum and denial of federal grants to “sanctuary cities,” officials said. The White House is also demanding the use of the E-Verify program by companies to keep illegal immigrants from getting jobs, an end to people bringing their extended family into the United States, and a hardening of the border against thousands of children fleeing violence in Central America.
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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION RELEASES HARD-LINE IMMIGRATION PRINCIPLES, THREATENING DEAL ON ‘DREAMERS’ / DAVID NAKAMURA / THE WASHINGTON POST
The Trump administration released a list of hard-liner immigration principles late Sunday that threaten to derail a deal in Congress to allow hundreds of thousands of younger undocumented immigrants to remain in the country legally. The administration's wish list includes the funding of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a crackdown on the influx of Central American minors and curbs on federal grants to “sanctuary cities,” according to a document distributed to Congress and obtained by The Washington Post. The demands were quickly denounced by Democratic leaders in Congress who had hoped to forge a deal with President Trump to protect younger immigrants, known as “dreamers,” who were brought to the United States illegally as children.
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AS THE IMMIGRATION DEBATE RAMPS UP, HERE ARE THE LEADING BILLS ALREADY PENDING IN CONGRESS / LAUREN ROSENBLATT / LOS ANGELES TIMES
When President Trump withdrew deportation protection for people who illegally came to the United States as children, he tasked Congress with crafting an immigration plan to overhaul the system. A blueprint deal he reached with Democrats emphasized protecting the so-called Dreamers while beefing up border security to prevent others from entering the country illegally. Over the weekend, the White House unveiled much tougher terms, including funding for a border wall and new limits on legal immigration. Because of the deep divides over immigration, passage of reform will be difficult.
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TRUMP SEEKS CHANGES ON IMMIGRATION, TO TAKE EXECUTIVE ACTION ON OBAMACARE / FOX NEWS
It's Monday, Oct. 9, 2017 - Columbus Day. Welcome to Fox News First, your place for all the news you need to start the day. To have your early morning news emailed directly to your inbox, subscribe by clicking here. Here's your Fox News First 5 - the first five things you need to know today: • The Trump administration is seeking major changes to immigration in exchange for a DACA deal. • President Trump will take executive action on health care, reports say. • Vice President Mike Pence fires back at pundits criticizing his NFL walkout. • Hollywood movie mogul Harvey Weinstein is fired from The Weinstein Company days after sex harassment claims surface. • Exclusive: Casino magnate Steve Wynn tells Fox News the Las Vegas gunman seemed like a "rational man".
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REP. GUTIERREZ: TRUMP'S IMMIGRATION PROPOSALS 'AN EXTENSION OF THE WHITE SUPREMACIST AGENDA' / ED O'KEEFE / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
A longtime Democratic lawmaker thinks negotiating with President Donald Trump on immigration policy is "fanciful thinking" in the wake of the hard-line conservative proposals he announced late Sunday. And after reviewing what Trump proposed, Rep. Luis Gutierrez, of Chicago, had a message for fellow Democrats: I told you so. The White House released a list of proposals that include the funding of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, a crackdown on the influx of Central American minors and curbs on federal grants to "sanctuary cities," according to a document distributed to lawmakers. Trump announced plans last month to phase out the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, an Obama-era initiative that had provided two-year work permits that Trump called "unconstitutional." In response, Gutierrez has been pushing with other Democrats for a quick up-or-down vote on legislation that would permanently provide legal status for those protected by the program, known as "dreamers."
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HISPANIC DAY PARADE SHOWS SUPPORT FOR COLUMBUS STATUE / SARAH TREFETHEN, MICHAEL GARTLAND AND BRUCE GOLDING / THE NEW YORK POST
Organizers of Sunday’s Hispanic Day Parade in Manhattan expressed pride in Christopher Columbus — and said his statue should remain in place at Columbus Circle. “We celebrate the parade around Oct. 12 each year because that’s the day we recognize Columbus coming to the Americas,” said Colombian immigrant Adolfo Del Valle, 77, of Flushing who emceed the annual march up Fifth Avenue. “He was Italian, but he came in the name of Spain and we speak Spanish. We share a Spanish heritage.” Joseph Maldonado, president of the Sanitation Department’s Hispanic Society — and a member of the Grand Council of Hispanic Societies in Public Service, which sponsors the parade — called the Columbus Circle monument “part of American history.”
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GAIL BORDEN BECOMES "NUESTRA CASA" FOR HISPANIC HERITAGE MONTH CELEBRATION / GLORIA CASAS / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Adriana Riano emptied bags of diced onions, green peppers and tomatoes into small glass bowls as she prepared a culinary demonstration of Columbian papas chorreadas, or as she calls them dripping potatoes, at Gail Borden Public Library's "Nuestra Casa, Our Community" celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month. The Columbian-born Riano works as a program manager with Oak Forest River Forest Food Pantry where she helps show people how to make traditional Hispanic recipes with a healthy twist. Her mom recruited her to do a demonstration for the library's 8th annual celebration Saturday. It was the first time the library has done a food demonstrations and tastings, Riano said.
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CANADA BLASTED FOR ‘NEEDLESSLY PUNITIVE’ IMMIGRATION DETENTION SYSTEM / NICHOLAS KEUNG / THE STAR
The UN has been asked to push Ottawa to establish an independent body to oversee the Canada Border Service Agency’s handling of immigration detainees. A group of prominent human and civil rights organizations has filed a joint submission to the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva on the eve of its periodic review of Canada’s domestic human rights conditions and records. The review, scheduled for early 2018, is conducted once every four years. Despite progress made by the federal government in the past year in addressing some systemic issues with the detention system, the group said its treatment of immigration detainees, including children and individuals with mental health issues, continues to violate binding international law.
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TRUMP ADMINISTRATION CITES EDMONTON ATTACK IN CALL FOR IMMIGRATION CHANGES / ADRIAN MORROW / THE GLOBE AND MAIL
The Trump administration wants to change the immigration rules that allowed a man accused of perpetrating a terrorist attack in Edmonton last month to evade a U.S. deportation order years ago and come to Canada. The White House also wants to tighten security along the U.S. border with Canada as part of a plan to toughen immigration controls across the country. One administration official cited the case of Abdulahi Hasan Sharif, 30, Sunday evening as President Donald Trump sent Congress a set of border-security and immigration changes he wants passed. Mr. Sharif was arrested in San Diego in July of 2011 and ordered deported to Somalia by a judge later that year. He was then released, failed to report for his deportation and could not be located by U.S. authorities after January, 2012. U.S. authorities have said that Mr. Sharif had no known criminal history at the time.
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ONE IN FIVE STOPPED BY IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT IS A UK CITIZEN, FIGURES SHOW / DAMIEN GAYLE, CHARLES BOUTAUD AND ADAM CANTWELL-CORN / THE GUARDIAN
One in five people stopped by immigration enforcement teams in Britain’s biggest cities is a UK national, according to newly revealed figures that critics say cast doubt on official claims that such stops are “intelligence-led”. The figures, obtained through freedom of information requests, show that out of 102,552 stopped in the past five years, 19,096 – 18.6% – were British citizens. Lawyers say they lend credence to suspicions of unlawful racial profiling. The Bureau of Investigative Journalism (TBIJ), working with the Bristol Cable, obtained the new Home Office data after repeated attempts by officials to block their requests stalled its release for seven months.
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