Ciudad de México, 04 de juniode 2018

Número: 3610

 

NACIONALES


MÉXICO Y VATICANO APUESTAN A DEFENDER DIGNIDAD DE LOS MIGRANTES / CRÓNICA
Con la presencia de funcionarios del más alto nivel en un coloquio internacional organizado en el corazón del Vaticano, México y la Santa Sede apuestan a defender la dignidad humana de los migrantes. El encuentro, programado aquí para el 14 de junio, contará con la participación del canciller mexicano, Luis Videgaray Caso, y del Secretario de Estado vaticano, el cardenal Pietro Parolin.
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PERDONA JUEZ MIGRATORIO A PAPÁ SOLTERO PORQUE SUS HIJOS SON FUTBOLISTAS / EL DIARIO DE CHIHUAHUA
Criar a seis hijos de 13 a 21 años como padre soltero, darles una buena educación y alentarlos a practicar deportes, fue el pase de Eduardo Chamú para obtener “la verde”. Este viernes, el inmigrante de 48 años, festejó el Mes del Padre junto a su familia y abogados, con el regalo de haber obtenido el perdón de una orden de deportación, y la inminente entrega de una tarjeta de residencia (conocida como Green Card o tarjeta verde) después de su permiso de trabajo, informó Los Ángeles Times.
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AYUDA AL MIGRANTE / YUCATAN
Del 8 de junio al 19 agosto se realizará la operación de verano del programa Paisano 2018, en cuyo marco se establecerán seis puntos de observación en cuatro municipios para los migrantes yucatecos que regresen a visitar a sus familiares. El coordinador general de asesores del Ejecutivo estatal, Eric Rubio Barthell, y el delegado del Instituto Nacional de Migración (INM) en la entidad, Enrique Palafox Paz, informaron recientemente que esos módulos se instalarán en Hunucmá, Oxkutzcab, Muna y Mérida.
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SE REÚNE ROBERTO CAMPA CIFRIÁN CON JORNALEROS MEXICANOS EN CANADÁ / ASTRID RIVERA / EL UNIVERSAL
El Programa de Trabajadores Agrícolas Temporales México- Canadá (PTAT) generó en 2017 remesas por 278.3 millones de dólares canadienses a familias mexicanas, informó Roberto Campa Cifrián, secretario del Trabajo y Previsión Social. Durante una gira de trabajo a Canadá, Campa Cifrián manifestó que el PTAT ha contribuido a mejorar la relación bilateral entre ambos gobiernos, además de constituirse un modelo de cooperación laboral internacional, ya que ha demostrado la posibilidad de mantener un movimiento migratorio de trabajadores de manera regulada, digna y efectiva.
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MEXICANOS EXPRESAN SU RECHAZO A LOS PLANES MIGRATORIOS DE TRUMP / HISPAN TV
Decenas de manifestantes mexicanos se congregaron delante del muro que divide EE.UU. y México para expresar su rechazo a los planes migratorios de Donald Trump. Mientras el Gobierno estadounidense está trabajando para construir una nueva barrera entre Santa Teresa (Nuevo México) y Ciudad Juárez (Chihuahua) en la frontera entre EE.UU. y México, decenas de personas se desplazaron al lugar para manifestar su indignación contra la controvertida medida. Los manifestantes se congregaron delante del muro que divide Estados Unidos y México, en un tramo levantado en Ciudad Juárez, para expresar su rechazo a los planes migratorios del presidente estadounidense, Donald Trump.
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‘MUCHAS MUJERES, VÍCTIMAS DE ABUSO, CON MIEDO A DEPORTACIÓN’ / EL UNIVERSAL
Cada vez menos inmigrantes están denunciando abuso doméstico en Estados Unidos, mientras la policía culpa al miedo a la deportación, reportó ayer el diario The New York Times. Los departamentos de policía en varias ciudades con grandes poblaciones hispanas, incluyendo Los Ángeles, Denver y San Diego, experimentaron un declive en los informes de violencia doméstica y agresión sexual en sus comunidades latinas.
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OTRO ALGUACIL EN FLORIDA CONFIRMA ACUERDO CON ICE / MUNDO HISPÁNICO
La Oficina del Alguacil del condado de Lake (LCSO), en Florida, confirmó el viernes su colaboración con el Servicio de Control de Inmigración y Aduanas (ICE) en la detención de individuos que reúnan los requisitos para ser deportados, informó un comunicado de la misma oficina policial. Bajo el nuevo programa, los casos de inmigrantes sin residencia legal arrestados por cargos locales serán compartidos con ICE para evaluar si ameritan procesos de deportación.
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HISPANO ROBA IDENTIDAD DE ESTADOUNIDENSE PARA TRAMITAR “GREEN CARD” A SU ESPOSA / JOHN MOORE / TELEMUNDO
Franklin J. Flores, de 42 años, de Grand Rapids, Michigan, fue sentenciado a dos periodos concurrentes de 24 meses de prisión por la Jueza de Distrito Janet T. Neff, debido al robo de identidad de un estadounidense, a fin de tramitar la “green card” de su esposa. Flores se declaró culpable por un cargo de posesión de armas de fuego y municiones -por el cual pasará en la cárcel hasta 60 meses extra- y un cargo de certificación falsa de ciudadanía de los Estados Unidos. El sujeto envió a Servicios de Ciudadanía e Inmigración (USCIS), reportó la agencia en un comunicado.
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EGRESADA BUAP AL SERVICIO DE MIGRANTES MEXICANOS EN NUEVA YORK / EL POPULAR
Al consulado de México en Nueva York llegó una mujer joven a solicitar asesoría jurídica para corregir su nombre. Guapa y de “buen estilo”. Tras ver su pasaporte, Ashley Quintero Flores previó que el proceso sería complicado. “No iba por un error ortográfico. Ella quería cambiar su nombre de varón”, narra la egresada de la Facultad de Administración de la BUAP, quien a un año de trabajar allí ha vivido de cerca casos extremos de connacionales, como este, y aportado un granito de arena para su solución.
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TRUMP REITERA UN TLC PARA MÉXICO Y OTRO PARA CANADÁ / FELIPE GAZCÓN / EXCELSIOR
El presidente de Estados Unidos, Donald Trump, dijo ayer que podría preferir poner fin al Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte (TLCAN), que Washington está renegociando con Canadá y México, y en su lugar pactar dos acuerdos bilaterales con sus vecinos. No me importaría ver un TLCAN con un nombre diferente, donde tengas un acuerdo con Canadá y otro separado con México. Debido a que estamos hablando de dos países muy distintos”, dijo Trump.
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PUEDE TLC EVITAR MIGRACIÓN DE EMPRESAS EN MATAMOROS / ÁNGEL ARIAS / HOY TAMAULIPAS
Una buena negociación en el Tratado de Libre Comercio pudiera evitar la migración o detención de empresas que laboran en las ciudades fronterizas, tras el anunció del aumento a los aranceles del acero que se exportan a EU, afirmó el presidente de la Cámara Nacional de la Industria de la Transformación (Canacintra) en Matamoros, Rogelio García Treviño. Señaló que es lamentable esta noticia que se dio a conocer el pasado jueves por la mañana, ya que solo estaría lesionando la economía de este país, “es lamentable noticia para nuestra región económica, ya que expone un nuevo nivel en las negociaciones comerciales”.
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TACOS AL PASTOR Y ANTOJITOS MEXICANOS SUBIRÍAN DE PRECIO POR GUERRA COMERCIAL CON EU / EXCELSIOR
Una de las afectaciones que impactará en la economía mexicana tras la decision de Estados Unidos de imponer aranceles a las importaciones de aluminio y acero recaería en los precios de varios antojitos mexicanos, como lo son los tacos al pastor. Ante los aranceles impuestos por Estados Unidos, México impondrá medidas equivalentes a diversos productos como aceros planos (lamina caliente y fría, incluidos recubiertos y tubos diversos), lámparas, piernas y paletas de puerco, embutidos y preparaciones alimenticias, manzanas, uvas, arándanos, diversos quesos, entre otros, hasta por un monto equiparable al nivel de la afectación.
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ESTADOS UNIDOS


AN ELECTION-YEAR IMMIGRATION SPLIT ROILS REPUBLICANS / GERALD F. SEIB / THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
A tough-on-immigration message motivates core Trump voters, but Americans have broadly come to support a path to legal status for Dreamers. There’s nothing subtle about the campaign ad on immigration that Republican Matt Rosendale is running in his quest to win the right to challenge Democratic Sen. Jon Tester in Montana this fall. “Liberals from California to Washington are fighting President Trump on illegal immigration,” a grim Mr. Rosendale tells a group of Montanans seated around him. “They push for amnesty. They protect sanctuary cities....I’ll stand with President Trump. We’ll get tough, and we’ll build that wall.”
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VULNERABLE REPUBLICANS SEE IMMIGRATION AS POLITICAL SALVATION / SHERYL GAY STOLBERG / THE NEW YORK TIMES
Sign up for California Today for the latest news on the June 5 primary and more here. In all of his campaigns for the House, Representative Jeff Denham has never seen anything quite like the rolling circus that trails him through his sprawling district in California’s Central Valley — the “Dump Denham” signs, the papier-mâché effigies, the shouting. He says it does not faze him, but there is nothing like the political gallows to focus the mind of an endangered politician, and Mr. Denham, a Republican, is responding in a way that touches almost everybody here in California farm country: He is leading the charge on Capitol Hill to pressure Speaker Paul D. Ryan to hold a vote on legislation to protect the young undocumented immigrants known as Dreamers.
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GOP CANDIDATES ECHO TRUMP ON IMMIGRATION AS PRESIDENT TRANSFORMS PARTY IN HIS IMAGE / SEAN SULLIVAN / THE WASHINGTON POST
Leading Republican candidates are depicting many undocumented immigrants as criminals and endorsing a proposed wall on the Mexican border, adopting President Trump’s hard-line stance and alarming some who fear the GOP is out of step with a rapidly diversifying nation. The party’s increasingly aggressive tone on the issue represents a shift from just two years ago, when many Republican leaders criticized then-candidate Trump’s rhetoric as racially charged and predicted he would alienate Hispanic voters. This year, the Trump-like tenor of the campaign trail is evident in places like Georgia, where a Republican candidate for governor is telling voters he can round up undocumented immigrants and put them in his pickup truck.
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HOW ONE MONTH RESHAPED THE US IMMIGRATION LANDSCAPE / CATHERINE E. SHOICHET / CNN
When people look back at the US immigration debate, they might point to May 2018 as a turning point -- a month when policies became reality, when words once whispered in private became words shouted in public, when life for immigrant families crossing the border became visibly worse. There were major events that made national news. And smaller rumblings that could pave the way for seismic shifts. A caravan crossing the US-Mexico border sparked a push to overhaul asylum policies and stop future groups from getting in. The President of the United States called immigrant gang members "animals."
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FEWER IMMIGRANTS ARE REPORTING DOMESTIC ABUSE. POLICE BLAME FEAR OF DEPORTATION / CORA ENGELBRECHT / THE WASHINGTON POST
(….) “He told me nobody would help me, because I don’t have papers,” said Domenica, 38, who has a son and daughter with her boyfriend, and asked that her last name not be used in order to protect them. “I was with him like that for a pretty long time. I felt like there was no help for me.” In August of last year, fearing for the safety of her children, Domenica decided to flee. She never called the police. She said she would rather go into hiding than appear in court and risk being separated from her children, or sent home to Mexico.
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WHY SHOULD STATES THAT PROTECT ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS BE REWARDED WITH MORE POLITICAL POWER? / HANS A. VON SPAKOVSKY / OPINION FOX NEWS
Alabama has filed an unprecedented but little-noticed lawsuit against the U.S. Census Bureau. If the state wins, it could have major political ramifications and restore fundamental fairness in political representation in Congress. Alabama is arguing that by including illegal immigrants in its count of the population, the Census Bureau deprives the state – and other states with low numbers of illegal immigrants – of representation in the U.S. House of Representatives, as well as votes in the Electoral College that determine who is elected president. Conversely, the lawsuit argues, the practice of counting illegal immigrants in the census gives states that protect them (California, for example) seats and votes they are not entitled to have.
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IN DEPORTATION CASES, U.S. IMMIGRATION COURTS GRANT FEWER REPRIEVES / MILA KOUMPILOVA / MINNEAPOLIS STAR TRIBUNE
The Ecuadorean woman had two paths toward gaining legal status after crossing the U.S.-Mexico border several years ago, but with deportation looming, her time was running out. In the past, her attorney, Iris Ramos, said she would have asked the federal government to allow the woman to remain in Minnesota with her family while waiting to hear if she could stay permanently. But as an immigration court date neared, Ramos decided it wasn’t worth it. “I knew the government would be opposed every step of the way,” Ramos said.
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THE MEXICAN REVIVAL OF SMALL-TOWN AMERICA / ALFREDO CORCHADO / THE WASHINGTON POST
Amid all the anti-immigrant fervor, nativists have overlooked a fundamental fact: In recent years, Mexican immigrants and their Mexican-American offspring have been rescuing the most iconic places in America — its small towns. In the past 10 years, the number of Mexican immigrants living in the United States has declined by more than one million; some left by choice but tens of thousands more left through deportation. Americans who dream of an America without Mexicans should consider Kennett Square. A town of more than 6,000 people, about an hour outside Philadelphia,
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KEVIN MCCARTHY'S ANTI-DREAMER GANG OF 11 EXPLAINS THE GOP'S EPIC FAIL IN CALIFORNIA / HAROLD MEYERSON / LOS ANGELES TIMES
Americans want to legalize the “Dreamers” — immigrants who were brought here illegally as children — and most Americans want to give them the option of becoming citizens. Californians in high numbers back these options too. Even Republicans, in poll after poll, have said they want to legalize the Dreamers. So why are 11 of California’s 14 Republican House members dead set against the initiative to let their chamber finally vote on Dreamer legalization later this month? What constituency are they representing by compelling young people to retreat to the shadows, or even face deportation to nations they don’t even remember?
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THIS MAN HAD A VISA BUT WAS PICKED UP BY ICE ONE DAY AFTER ENTERING THE U.S. / JACQUELINE SERRATO / CHICAGO TRIBUNE
Confident that his paperwork was in order, Victor Cortes, a Mexican national, decided to take a vacation to the Chicago area with his tourist visa. He didn't imagine that his trip would be ruined by a nationwide crackdown on immigrants sanctioned by U.S. President Donald Trump. A day after arriving to his friend's house in Joliet, a city 40 miles outside Chicago, Cortes, 49, was arrested, intimidated and humiliated by immigration officials despite having clearance to enter the country, he said.
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CANADÁ


HALIFAX IMMIGRANT HELPING OTHER PROFESSIONAL NEWCOMERS CONNECT THROUGH THE MENTORS CIRCLE/ YVETTE D'ENTREMONTS/ TORONTO STAR
When Anil Rana came to Halifax from India last year, with the intention of finding work before bringing over his young family, he had no idea what to expect. “You’re very excited until you reach the airport of Halifax. Once you get out of the airport, then you come to a realization that you know nobody out here. You are there with your bags and now this is a new city in front of you,” he recalled.(….) The mentors work with professional newcomers to help them better integrate, something Rana believes creates connections that make them choose to stay here. “The more people you know, the more comfortable you feel in a city. We know people who are getting jobs, well-paying jobs, but then they are moving out of the city,” he said. (…)
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OTTAWA FAIT UN PREMIER VERSEMENT A QUEBEC POUR PALLIER LA CRISE DES MIGRANTS/ LINA DIB/ LE DEVOIR
Ottawa verse 50 millions aux trois provinces qui ont eu à composer avec l’arrivée massive de migrants. Le ministre fédéral de l’Immigration, Ahmed Hussen, a fait cette annonce à sa sortie des Communes, vendredi après-midi. Il a assuré que son gouvernement ne s’arrêtera pas là et continuera à étudier les demandes des provinces où arrivent les demandeurs d’asile en traversant à pied la frontière américaine. Le gouvernement québécois, à lui seul, réclame 146 millions pour la prise en charge des demandeurs d’asile arrivés l’an dernier. https://www.ledevoir.com/politique/canada/529340/ottawa-fait-un-premier-versement-a-quebec-pour-pallier-a-la-crise-des-migrants -
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CANADA SCRAMBLED TO FIGURE OUT TRUMP’S TRAVEL BAN AFTER IT WAS ISSUED, U.S. DOCUMENTS SHOW/ JIM BRONSKILL/ TORONTO STAR
Not only were Canadian officials scrambling to limit problems for travellers, they were simply trying to grasp what was going on when the Trump administration issued an executive order last year banning people from seven predominantly Muslim countries from entering the United States. Newly released internal notes from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security reveal Canadian government officials fired off a list of 16 detailed questions with the aim of figuring out the order’s impact on everything from refugee claims to biometric tracking. (….) The U.S. records say Canadian officials wanted to know how the order would apply to citizens of a restricted country who were also landed immigrants in Canada. They appeared to wonder whether a biometric system for keeping track of people entering or leaving the U.S. would apply to Canadian citizens.
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THE TORIES SHOULD LISTEN TO THE PUBLIC, NOT THEIR LEADER, ON IMMIGRATION / THE GUARDIAN
The campaign to secure a new referendum on remaining in the eu faces a relentlessly ticking clock. converting jeremy corbyn’s frontbench and enough conservative backbenchers to the cause would leave little time to hold a public vote by the time Britain is due to leave the EU. Unless negotiations collapse entirely, it seems a long shot. yet is there a glimmer of hope that things can change, with the evidence that the british public have become more positive about immigration? michael gove’s claim that britain is one of the most pro-migrant countries in europe was greeted with scorn by many of his referendum opponents, recalling how vote leave stoked fears of a turkish invasion in 2016
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EL VICEPRESIDENTE XENÓFOBO SALVINI VISITA LA ZONA CERO DE LOS DESEMBARCOS DE MIGRANTES / EL PAIS
Matteo Salvini, vicepresidente y nuevo ministro del Interior italiano, ha prometido convertir la lucha contra la inmigración en el eje de su mandato. Una realidad difusa en la que cuenta mucho la puesta en escena. El domingo, en su primer acto oficial fuera de Roma, se fue hasta Pozzallo, en Sicilia, para fotografiarse en la zona cero de los desembarcos en Italia.
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MATTEO SALVINI EN SICILE POUR AFFIRMER SA POLITIQUE ANTI-IMMIGRATION / LE MONDE
Le chef de la Ligue (extrême droite) se rend en Sicile, dimanche 3 juin, pour soutenir des candidats de son parti à une série d’élections municipales partielles prévues le 10 juin, après s’être rendu jeudi en Toscane et en Ligurie, et samedi soir en Vénétie. Le nouveau ministre de l’intérieur et vice-premier ministre a prévu de jouer de sa popularité grandissante pour faire progresser la Ligue dans le Sud, alors que cet ancien parti sécessionniste du Nord n’a pendant longtemps pas été avare en slogans hostiles aux régions défavorisées du Sud, dont il qualifiait régulièrement les habitants de « fainéants ».
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ANTI-IMMIGRATION PARTY WINS SLOVENIA’S PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION, PRELIMINARY RESULTS SHOW/ MARJA NOVAK / THE GLOBE AND MAIL
An anti-immigration opposition party won Slovenia’s parliamentary election on Sunday, taking 25 per cent of the vote, according to preliminary results. However, the centre-right Slovenia Democratic Party (SDS) of former Prime Minister Janez Jansa may struggle to pull together a government as its hard line stance on immigration has left it short of potential coalition partners. Jansa acknowledged any post-election negotiations would be difficult.
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MERKEL ACCUSEE DE NEGLIGENCE DANS UN SCANDALE A L’OFFICE NATIONAL DES MIGRANTS ET DES REFUGIES / LE MONDE
L’antenne de Brême est accusée d’avoir validé au moins 1 200 demandes d’asile par des migrants, en échange de divers avantages..... Depuis plusieurs semaines, le gouvernement de la chancelière Angela Merkel est sous pression, à la suite de la découverte d’une affaire de corruption présumée dans une des antennes de l’Office national des migrants et réfugiés (BAMF), un organisme dépendant du ministère de l’intérieur.
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NO ENTRY: HUNGARY'S CRACKDOWN ON HELPING REFUGEES / THE GUARDIAN.
The border between Hungary and Serbia is already one of the most fortified in Europe. A tall fence runs along its length, electrified, topped with thick swirls of razor wire and patrolled by police. (…)The prime minister, Viktor Orbán, has positioned himself as Europe’s most anti-migration leader, constructing the border fence in 2015 and more recently bombarding the population with scare stories about migration-linked crime and terrorism through state-controlled media.
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EL MÉDICO QUE SIN PREGUNTAR SABE SI EL MIGRANTE VIENE DE LIBIA O DE TÚNEZ / EL PAIS
Tras 20 años asistiendo a desembarcos de migrantes en el puerto de Pozzallo (Sicilia), el doctor Vincenzo Morello sabe, sólo con ver su aspecto —evalúa uno a uno a los recién llegados a bordo de la embarcación que los ha rescatado antes de permitir su desembarco—, de dónde zarparon y los azares de la travesía, pero también, en muchos casos, los horrores que han vivido previamente en tierra.
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