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In the news this morning: Dispute over deportation report, mix-up leaves man without citizenship, Brewer endorses Romney, more

ICE Calls New Deportation Report Flawed - NBC A new report from Syracuse University's Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse shows a drop in deportation cases during the first quarter of fiscal year 2012; immigration officials say the calculation is inaccurate.

Immigration mix-up leaves NYC man with no country - Wall Street Journal A New York man who came from Yemen as a child in the 1990s has lost his U.S. citizenship, apparently because of an administrative error.

Across Arizona, Illegal Immigration is on Back Burner - New York Times The intense focus on illegal immigration in the state has diminished somewhat, as evidenced in last week's Republican presidential candidates' debate, when it took an hour before immigration was brought up.

'Time' apologizes for photo used on Latino-themed cover - Arizona Republic The magazine has issued an apology over the use of a non-Latino Arizona photojournalists' portrait as part of a cover collage depicting "Latino voters" in Arizona. It was part of a cover story on Latino voters last week.

Mitt Romney's support from Jan Brewer could dismay Latinos - Los Angeles Times Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has endorsed  GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and while her tough stance on illegal immigration may help him with conservative voters, it might further alienate Latinos.

Immigrants face deportation for filing false tax return - Los Angeles Times A decade after paying penalties for underreporting their business income, Japanese immigrants Akio and Fukado Kawashima face deportation.