How immigrants are redefining 'American' in Southern California

In the news this morning: Deferred action snags, border repatriation program ending, another Latino content site, more

Divided by immigration policy - New York Times The 30-and-under age limit and other factors tied to deferred action, a new policy that allows some young undocumented immigrants to apply for temporary legal status, is affecting families in which some members can apply and some not.

Border Patrol halts program that provided flights home to Mexico for illegal immigrants - Fox News A program that for several years flew Mexican nationals home to the interior of the country after they were caught crossing the border into the U.S., aimed at preventing another dangerous crossing, has been suspended in part because of lower border arrests.

Canada to revoke citizenship from 3,100 people - Seattle Post-Intellegencer The Canadian government says it will strip citizenship from more than 3,000 people after concluding these people obtained their citizenship fraudulently, in most cases living abroad when they were supposed to be living in Canada. 

Young immigrants pause on 'deferred action' offer - Wall Street Journal Federal officials have yet to release numbers on applications, but anecdotally, fewer young people are applying for the temporary legal status program than expected based on how many are eligible.

Interactive One's Site for Latinos - New York Times Yet another website has been launched with the goal of reaching younger Latinos in Engish, this one by a company that is best known for creating content for black consumers. It will have entertainment news and other features.

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