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Letter: Immigration Is a Mess

The Pilot 30 Aug 2022
As a legal immigrant to this country, having gone through five years of due process, I would like to ... legally ... I suggested he fly her to Tijuana and simply walk across the border, receive a free cellphone, food and a bus ride to Baltimore and they will be together within a few days.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar Teases ‘Wolf Pack' Role: ‘She Will Not Be a Wallflower'

NBC Bay Area 24 Aug 2022
It’s also, like, let’s be honest, it’s where the coolest projects are ... Entertainment News ... They also facilitate trips to the border, help people get shelter, access to legal services, living essentials and more. The actor has gone on multiple trips with the organization to Tijuana to help families who “don’t want to be forgotten.” ... More from TODAY ... .
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Immigration Environmental Lawsuit

Magic Valley 17 Aug 2022
... wall sections seen from Tijuana, Mexico., Jan.
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Mexican abortion provider opens clinic on US border

La Prensa Latina 23 Jul 2022
Fundacion Marie Stopes Mexico’s Tijuana facility is just 10 km (6 mi) from the San Ysidro Port of Entry ... Wade, the 1973 ruling that made abortion legal nationwide, the doctor said that he expects the clinic in Tijuana will treat patients from north of the border.
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Battleground Republicans squeezed hardest on abortion after Roe falls

Politico 26 Jun 2022
Democrats insist the Supreme Court ruling will hurt them in the suburbs ... ... When he eventually met his birth mother as adult, he said she shared her decision not to have an abortion, which was not legal at the time. “She and her girlfriends were on their way to Tijuana to have an abortion,” Schweikert recalled, before she eventually changed her mind.
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Mexico’s ‘aborteria’ is a haven of last resort for women from Texas

Finger Lakes Times 18 Jun 2022
Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that legalized abortion nationwide ... Even women in California, where abortion is legal, travel to Tijuana, Mexico, in search of cheaper abortion care, says Luisa Garcia, the director of Profem, an abortion clinic in Tijuana, where they treat about 6 American women a month.
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Tramel's Tijuana travelblog: A fascinating but dangerous city in an idyllic setting

The Oklahoman 08 Jun 2022
But the glorious settings of Tijuana and San Diego have produced drastically different results. A walk along the beachfront in Playas de Tijuana, the western-most borough in Mexico’s second-most populous city, tells the story ... Yet Tijuana’s idyllic setting is not thriving ... prohibition, drinking and gambling were legal in Tijuana.
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Deported mom returns to San Diego after more than a decade

Finger Lakes Times 05 Jun 2022
SAN YSIDRO, Calif ... This Friday was her turn. Varona, deported to Mexico in 2011 after living in the U.S. for 18 years, was able to hug her daughter for the first time in more than a decade ... The couple met in Tijuana ... soil ... With the Dreamers Moms group in Tijuana, she helped other deported mothers find various services, including legal assistance ... ———. .
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An artist confronts the anguish, and hope, of Ukraine

Finger Lakes Times 02 Jun 2022
It may have helped. But it also slowed the exodus of civilians ... "I figured this is the place for me to work." ... He said he was 15 when he crossed the border illegally from Tijuana and went to work as an agricultural hand in California. As one of millions who acquired legal status through the 1986 U.S ... In Tijuana, he unveiled a huge variation of the U.S ... .
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Catholic woman could get $445,000 for unauthorized cremation of slain son

The Los Angeles Times 31 May 2022
A Tijuana woman who sued Los Angeles County for violating her religious beliefs may receive a $445,000 settlement ... Jesus Fabricino Sanchez Cebreros, who was 33 at the time of his death, lived with his mother in Tijuana and often traveled to the United States with a legal visa to visit his young son in San Diego, the lawsuit stated.
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Catholic woman suing LA County coroner over slain son’s cremation poised for $445,000 settlement

East Bay Times 31 May 2022
A Tijuana woman who sued the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office over the cremation of her slain son’s remains, in violation of her religious faith, is poised to receive a $445,000 settlement ... Jesus Cebreros, who lived with his mother in Tijuana, had a Visa/Border Crossing Card to legally enter the U.S.
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Mexican guitar legend Javier Batiz, who mentored Carlos Santana, rocks on at 77: 'I want ...

Finger Lakes Times 29 Apr 2022
SAN DIEGO — Mexican rock 'n' roll pioneer Javier Bátiz believes divine intervention led him to start playing guitar in 1956 at the age of 12, shortly before he launched his groundbreaking Tijuana band, Los TJ's ... military veterans who live in Tijuana but can't return to this country for a variety of legal reasons.
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Mexican government’s response to Haitian migrant wave was chaotic, report claims

Finger Lakes Times 28 Apr 2022
But she raised questions about one of the plan’s main pillars, which includes partnering with other nations, including Mexico, to deter irregular migration, stabilize the region and increase protections and legal pathways for migrants ... migrating to cities like Tijuana since 2016.
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Statement on USCRI’s Visit to Tijuana, the Benito Juarez Shelter, and Ukrainians at the Border

Reliefweb 22 Apr 2022
They were joined by staff from the USCRI Tijuana office, which for the last two years has provided legal services to asylum seekers at the U.S.-Mexico border and has partnered with the Mexican government and other local agencies ... legal right as enshrined in international and U.S.
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“Part of my heart was torn away”: What the U.S. Government Owes the Tortured Survivors of Family Separation

Reliefweb 20 Apr 2022
The parents were all clients of a collaborating partner, Al Otro Lado, a civil society organization based in Tijuana, Mexico that provides legal representation to refugees, asylum seekers, and other migrants.

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