We will hopefully be back over the weekend to discuss several stories we missed from the past week. (Possible topics may include the right to life debate in Argentina and the health of Chilean students on a hunger strike).
Yesterday the Department of Homeland Security issued a directive calling for a case-by-case review of the deportation proceedings of undocumented immigrants that have had no prior criminal record. Several news reports claimed that the measure could affect as many as 300,000 potential deportees but what sort of impact does the move have on immigration policy? Katherine Vargas of the National Immigration Forum explains in this video via Univision:
Video Source - Univision via YouTube
Online Source - CNN