Mexican Secretary of Population, Borders and Migratory Affairs claims 85,000 Hispanic children left abandoned in the U.S. last year because parents were deported. Congressmen from Mexico and Latin American Countries to meet with U.S. Congressmen and ultimately Barak Obama to push for “regularization” of immigration status of parents of “anchor babies”.

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El Universal (Mexico City)  6/20/09

The “secretary (read: chairman) of the Population, Borders and Migratory Affairs of the Chamber of Deputies” (House of Reps.), Jose Edmundo Ramirez Martinez, reported that 85 thousand Hispanic children were left abandoned in the United States in the last twelve months because their parents were deported to their places of origin by the country’s immigration officials. This will be one of the issues that will be dealt with next week with the Congress of the United States to set forth to them to “regularize”, in that country’s immigration status, that the parents of children born in the U.S. not be deported. He underlined “The little ones have a label of abandoned.” (sic)  Jose Edmundo Ramirez explained that they will meet with a group of U.S. counterparts of hispanic origin, who will later meet with president Obama and will deliver the posture and suggestions of the Mexican congressmen. He commented, “We will take our formal proposals to said group of congressmen to regularize the immigration status in the United States, (so) that the parents of children born there may not live with fear of being deported because it divides their families.”  Ramirez Martinez said that congressmen from Guatemala, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Panama and Belize have also been invited to the meeting with U.S. congressmen, ”because the immigration issue must be seen in an overall form, migration must be beneficial for the country of origin, of transit and of refuge.”

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La Prensa Gráfica (San Salvador, El Salvador)  6/20/09

Four Salvadoran Congressmen (Sigfrido Reyes, Jackelin Rivera, of the FMLN Party, Margarita Escobar, of the “Arena” Party, and Francisco Merino of the “PCN”) will begin a visit to Wash., D.C., to lobby their “colleagues” in the U.S. Congress “about the migratory stability” of our (Salv.) fellow citizens. A Salvadoran Embassy spokesperson said that the legislators will carry out an agenda of visits to U.S. congressmen and senators as well as to “leaders of community organizations who work for an integral immigration reform.”   * * * *   The number of deported Salvadorans who have a criminal record grew 19% so far this year; 3,615 such deportees have now been sent back, 566 more than in the same period of 2008. The main crimes involved are robbery and assault.

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La Hora  (Guatemala City, Guat.)  6/20/09

The Bank of Guatemala reported that individual monetary remittances into Guatemala fell 10% to one billion 588 million 620 thousand dollars in the first five months of this year. The Bank’s projection for 2009 is for a 3.5% growth of these remittances for this year, despite the economic conditions in the U.S. Last year’s total of remittances to Guatemala reached 4 billion 314 million 730 thousand dollars.

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El Financiero  (Mexico City) 6/20/09

In Valle Hermoso, Tamaulipas, (just south of Matamoros) federal police seized four assault rifles, 2 revolvers, 33 clips, 830 rounds of ammo, 3 grenades and a bullet proof vest. The haul was found in a p/u truck, but no arrests were mentioned. Another haul was reported today by “Cambio de Michoacán” (Morelia, Mich.): a p/u truck with Arizona plates had 3 assault rifles, 3 .12 ga. shotguns, 3 “M1” shotguns, six rifles, 7 pistols, 318 rounds of ammo, clips, police & military uniforms and 505 kilos of weed plus 4 kilos of weed seed.

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El Imparcial (Hermosillo, Sonora)  6/20/09

Mex. military searched a house at 196A Mariano Monteverde St., on the west side of Nogales and seized a number of containers of marihuana as well as assault rifles, two clips and hundreds of rounds.

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La Jornada (Mexico City)  6/20/09

Between Friday night and Saturday morning (20th) there were 11 assassinations in Chihuahua, five of them in Ciudad Juarez and four in the state’s capital.

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Excelsior  (Mexico City)  6/20/09

Two U.S. Border Patrol Agents escaped without injury after they were shot at while arresting a group of eight illegal aliens and seizing more than 27 kilos of weed near Brownsville, TX. The attackers reportedly fled across the Rio Grande.

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Zócalo (Saltillo, Coahuila) 6/20/09

There were five execution style murders in the state of Guerrero: two in Acapulco, two others in Tlacotepec and the fifth one in Los Achotes. The first four were victims of assault rifle fire.

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