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APNewsBreak: US northern border checks scaled back

SEATTLE (AP) — The U.S. Border Patrol has quietly stopped its controversial practice of routinely searching buses, trains and airports for illegal immigrants at transportation hubs along the northern border and in the nation’s interior, preventing agents from using what had long been an effective tool for tracking down people here illegally, The Associated Press has learned.

Current and former Border Patrol agents said field offices around the country began receiving the order last month – soon after the Obama administration announced that to ease an overburdened immigration system, it would allow many illegal immigrants to remain in the country while it focuses on deporting those who have committed crimes.

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Dear people,Another Dreamer from Arizona has been detained.

Please call DHS, (202) 282 8495 and leave this message: Please release Juan Manuel Munoz Martinez. He is a current student at Pima Community College. It is believed he is being held at Florence detention center. He is not a criminal but an asset to the community. We do not want students to be detained and deported but to keep them in their classroom.

WE CANNOT LET ANOTHER DREAMER BE DEPORTED!! IF YOU ARE A DREAMER, THIS COULD BE YOU!!! PLEASE MAKE A CALL, IT TAKES LESS THAN 2 MINUTES TO LEAVE THE VOICEMAIL. 

Sincerely,

Reyna Montoya
Arizona DREAM Act Coalition

S.U.F.F.R.A.G.E
 Representative
www.theadac.org

480.430.9025