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FridayJuly 15, 2011

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Border Patrol Demands the Removal of a Memorial Cross for Teen Slain by Agent

Border Patrol Demands the Removal of a Memorial Cross for Teen Slain by Agent

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Another Insensitive Blow to Carlos Lamadrid’s Family

Nearly four months after the shooting death of Carlos Lamadrid by a Border Patrol Agent in Douglas, Arizona, his family has been ordered to remove a cross placed at the site of the murder.  Guadalupe Guerrero, mother of the 19 year-old, received the letter on July 14th, nearly four months after Carlos, a U.S. citizen, was shot in the back by a Border Patrol Agent.

The cross and other memorial items were placed at the site of the shooting within a week of the shooting.  Although dated June 29th, the letter was not delivered to his mother until today.  The letter states:  “The Border Patrol does not allow anything to be placed on or adjacent to the border fence because such placement negatively impacts operations and creates and unnecessary risk to our agents.”


The letter also states that the family has a period of five calendar days from the receipt of the letter to remove the cross and memorial items.  “If all items are not removed from the current site after that date, they will be removed and returned to you” the letter goes on to state.


On April 5th, Derechos Humanos and other community organizations joined the family in denouncing the murder of Carlos and demanding that the shooting be impartially investigated and prosecuted.


The Department of Homeland Security’s callous demand for the removal of his memorial demonstrates its intent to disappear this totally unnecessary death and the violence that reigns on the border. To date, Border Patrol has failed to provide answers to the family yet is attempting to erase history and remove any reminder of the human cost of their brutal policies.


Derechos Humanos calls on friends and allies to contact the office of Congressional Reps. Gabrielle Giffords and Raúl Grijalva and the U.S. Border Patrol to allow the family’s memorial to remain, and to continue to demand answers that have been denied both the family and our community in regards to the murder of Carlos Lamadrid.


Congressional Representative Gabrielle Giffords:
520.881.3588, gabrielle.giffords@mail.house.gov


Congressional Representative Raúl Grijalva:
520.622.6788, raul.grijalva@mail.house.gov


Timothy Sullivan, Patrol Agent in Charge, Douglas Station:
520.805.6972, timothy.sullivan@dhs.gov


The family of Carlos Lamadrid and Derechos Humanos invite you to join us this Sunday, July 17th at 5:00pm at the memorial site in Douglas, Arizona for a vigil to honor the life of Carlos, continue our call for justice in his murder, and demand that his memorial be permitted to remain at the site where his life was so tragically taken from him.

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Paraguay to Conduct Housing & Population Census

Paraguay to Conduct Housing & Population Census

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Paraguay’s 2012 National Population and Housing Census will be carried out with the help of a $12.5 million financing package from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB).

By updating the country’s socio-demographic statistics, the census will contribute to generate improved public policy and the development of the National Statistical System (SEN). All public agencies that collect, process, organize, and disseminate statistical information contribute to the SEN.

New features for the 2012 Census will include:

*  A four-to-six-week census of people who habitually live in a residence―not just those present at the moment the census is conducted― to help design welfare programs.

*  Systems to help ensure consistency, validity, and computerized coding of data.

*  The use of electronic devices that capture and transmit field data, instead of paper questionnaires.

*  Better paid and trained census takers.

*  Inclusion of emerging issues such as international immigration and emigration, disabilities, and use of technology.

In addition, the project will help to improve the coverage, quality, and timeliness of the census, and will include the entire cycle of the census process, from preto post census activities.

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Flash Mobs Show Up at Foreclosed Homes to Stop Families From Being Evicted

Flash Mobs Show Up at Foreclosed Homes to Stop Families From Being Evicted

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In Spain, flash mobs are showing up at people’s homes to stop families from being evicted after their homes go into foreclosure.

In what Bloomberg has dubbed “Dial-a-Crowd”, an organization called La Plataforma de los Afectados por la Hipoteca is a group that comes together and form human chains to prevent the residents of homes in foreclosure from being removed.

Recently, banks in Spain have seen a 500 percent increase in the number of homeowners who have gone into arrears on their mortgages since 2007. While on the other side of the fence, homeowners are asking the government to help reduce the burden on those facing foreclosure.

“In large parts of the U.S., you can just walk away from your home and your debt, and that contributed to the country’s banking crisis,” Jordi Fabregat, a professor of management and financial control at Barcelona’s Esade Business School, said told Bloomberg. “That can’t be done here, so the banks are protected from defaults during a crisis.”

Read more at Bloomberg →

JUST IN:  JLo and Marc Anthony Split with Plans to Divorce

JUST IN:  JLo and Marc Anthony Split with Plans to Divorce

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According to numerous sources including the stars themselves, JLo and Marc Antony are divorcing.  The Puerto-Rican power couple who are the parents of three-year old twins, Emme and Max made the announcement to People Magazine,  Access Hollywood and other media outlets.

The couples official statement reads:  “We have decided to end our marriage. This was a very difficult decision.  We have come to an amicable conclusion on all matters.” 

This is the American Idol judge’s third divorce and Anthony’s second divorce.  The couple has been married since 2004. 

 

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AARP Launches Spanish-Language Retirement Calculator

AARP Launches Spanish-Language Retirement Calculator

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AARP today announced the launch of its Spanish-language Retirement Calculator as part of its continued efforts to serve older Hispanics with resources that help them live their best lives and plan ahead for a secure retirement.

“With the launch last year of our bilingual Web site, Hispanics and Latinos 50+ have grown to expect high-quality content and trusted information from AARP,” said Rocky Egusquiza, AARP Vice President of Multicultural Markets. “This calculator continues to build on that promise and gives our growing Hispanic audience another tool to plan for their retirement security for themselves and for their families.”

A narrative, step-by-step design makes the AARP Retirement Calculator easy to use. Upon completion, users will be guided to a suite of additional AARP tools and resources – available at www.aarp.org/espanol/dinero – to learn more about Social Security, financial planning and other aspects of retirement.

Research has shown that using a tool like a retirement calculator can help people focus on the steps many need to take to get their financial lives in order. The AARP Retirement Calculator provides information users can use to evaluate their current situation and see potential pathways to their desired retirement goals.

“For many, the first step to a secure financial future includes assessing when they can retire and what is needed to do so,” said Andres Castillo, senior advisor for Education and Outreach at AARP. “Whether an individual is starting at square one or needs to re-evaluate their original plans, the AARP Retirement Calculator is a tool that can help them determine where they stand and what they need to do next.”

To try out the new Spanish-language AARP Retirement Calculator, click here.

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Virgin Mary Icon in New Mexico Church Helping Fertility-Troubled Couples Conceive

Virgin Mary Icon in New Mexico Church Helping Fertility-Troubled Couples Conceive

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A Virgin Mary icon is being credited with helping dozens of couples conceive, after a number of those who had visited it, conceived a child though they had previously been unable to.

At the Our Lady of Perpetual Help Byzantine Catholic Church in Albuquerque, New Mexico is a much-treasured icon of the Virgin Mary that many say has helped them conceive a child after they had been told they could not.

Father Christopher Zugger said he’s heard from many couples that they are expecting after praying to or touching the icon.

When asked if he believed in miracles, Father Zugger laughed and said, “I better believe in miracles. We see them every day.”

The 200-year-old iconic image of the Virgin Mary was bought by Father Zugger in 1998.

“Since then, we’ve had all kinds of miracles with all kinds of couples,” he said.

He told the local ABC affiliate KOAT 7 of one woman who said she’d had five miscarriages before coming to see the icon.

“She said, ‘Holy Mother of God, save this baby. I can’t lose another baby,’” Zugger said. “(She) put the icon on her stomach and she says, ‘I’m not leaving until the baby kicks me six times.’”

Today, he said, the baby she prayed for is a teenager.

When asked what he thought of his skeptics, he said they didn’t have to take his word for it. They should really talk to the couples the icon has helped.

“Every single couple that has come, there’s been at least one child.”

Read more at KOAT ABC 7 →

Immigrants With Mental Illnesses Falling Between the Cracks, Shows Need for Immigration Reform

Immigrants With Mental Illnesses Falling Between the Cracks, Shows Need for Immigration Reform

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Each year, hundreds of thousands of people are caught up in the immigration system in the United States annually. Some of them have severe mental disabilities, and often fall through the cracks. Among these people, some even go missing.

Nearly 400,000 go through the U.S. immigration detention system each year. Among them are men, women, and children. For many of them, not having an attorney to represent them in immigration court is a detriment, but for those with disabilities it can be far worse.

The American Civil Liberties Union and Human Rights Watch launched a class action suit last after as they learned of the case of Jose Franco.

Franco, a mentally disabled young man, was held for five years after an immigration judge determined that he was incompetent of defending himself.

For those detained for immigration violations and not suspected of any other crimes, the court is not required to appoint council in their defense. In Franco’s case, since he had no representation and was not fit to defend himself in court, he was returned to jail where he spent five years.

Unable to afford an attorney, and unable to represent themselves, hundreds, if not thousands of mentally disabled immigrants are facing unfair treatment in court.

These are yet another example of the deplorable treatment of unauthorized immigrants in detention. Just two years ago, stories were surfacing about the unacceptable medical treatment the detained immigrants received, some even resulting in death. In other cases, immigrants were held longer than necessary after their paperwork was lost. Some spent months, even years, in detention.

In the end, it all points to one thing. The need for immigration reform in the United States.

Read more at LA Times →

HS-News Presents: Latino Solutions for Carmaggedon

HS-News Presents: Latino Solutions for Carmaggedon

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Don’t get stranded, or stuck for forever bumper to bumper under the scorching sun. Here are some suggestions for alternate transportation methods we have covered in the last year.

First Latino suggestion for alternate means of transportation during Carmaggedon: if you’re not traveling far, and can procure a stick, some fishing line and a carrot: Use a good ol’ burro. Don’t drink and ride, though…

Now, if you’re one of those people who like thrills, why not getting from point a to point b in a hang glider? too tame? infuse some medieval in it! 

If you are commuting north from the southern depths of California, you should consider jumping the border (use the catapult above) and maybe talk to Martín Vaca, see if he’ll cut you a deal on a heli-limo, which sadly, can get pricy. If you’re cash strapped but still wanna plow through carmaggedon, may we interest you in a monster armored vehicle?

Steve McQueen would have beat armageddon with a spoon and pockets full of dirt. Why not going all “Great Escape” on carmaggedon and beat it from below?

And last but not least… What a better way to beat heat and traffic at the same time than commuting in a drug lord submarine?

Read more by HS News Staff →

Hello, Nurse. Oh, Wait. WTF? Take A Look at Paz de la Huerta’s New Film Poster (NSFW)

Hello, Nurse. Oh, Wait. WTF? Take A Look at Paz de la Huerta’s New Film Poster (NSFW)

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Red hot, or just plain gross?  You be the judge.

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Senator Robert Menendez Signs Petition to Investigate Murdoch’s News Corp - You Can Join Him

Senator Robert Menendez Signs Petition to Investigate Murdoch’s News Corp - You Can Join Him

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On Tuesday, ThinkProgress launched a petition requesting a Department of Justice investigation into potential violations of U.S. law by News Corporation, owned by Rupert Murdoch.

In the last four days, over 13,000 people signed the petition and eight members of Congress, that include Senators Jay Rockefeller, Barbara Boxer, Frank Lautenberg, and Robert Menendez.  This action was done in light of the News of the World, owned by News Corporation that also owns the Fox Network, hacking scandal in the United Kingdom.

Today, speaking in Australia, Attorney General Eric Holder announced he is starting an investigation of News Corp.

“There has been members of Congress in the U.S. who have asked us to investigate those same allegations and we are progressing in that regard using the appropriate federal law enforcement agencies,” Holder told reporters.

A federal law enforcement source told CNN, “We’ll be looking at anyone acting for or on behalf of News Corp., from the top down to janitors” to determine if there have been any violations of U.S. law.

If you are interested in adding your name to the petition, click here

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As Baby Boomers Age, It is Immigrant Caregivers Many Will Rely On

As Baby Boomers Age, It is Immigrant Caregivers Many Will Rely On

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As the Baby Boomers are reaching old age, their children and family members are facing the issue how to care for them.

Recently, the National Domestic Workers Alliance held what is known as the Care Congress, in which they introduced a campaign to “transform long-term care.”

The intention of the campaign is to push legislatures to make changes to Medicare and Medicaid. In doing so, they hope that it will create jobs by increasing the amount of money eligible people can spend on in-home come, and allow the rapidly aging population to avoid being sent to nursing homes or other institutions.

At-home caregivers, mostly immigrant women, were praised by Labor Secretary Hilda Solis who said, “In Spanish, we call these women luchadores, because they are fighting. They are strong women who fight and let nothing stand in their way.”

But she was certain to point out that care givers are more than people that simply take care of people because they are paid.

“You are their friend,” Solis said at the Care Congress. “You are someone who listens, you give so much of yourself—physically as well as emotionally. You are professionals, and you should be treated as such.”

She added that many caregivers barely make enough money to survive, as the median earnings are only $17,000 a year. On top of that, these workers are easily made victims of harassment and exploitation.

This push for increasing funding for Medicare and Medicaid comes just days after Republicans announced their push for cuts to the programs at the budget and debt-ceiling meeting.

COLORLINES wrote:

According to the Center for Disease Control, the majority of the 1.5 million Americans requiring home care are white women over the age of 65. The CDC expects that number to skyrocket to 27 million over the next 40 years, as Baby Boomers age and the 65-plus crowd becomes one-fifth of the U.S. population.

Read more at COLORLINES →

Guinness Record Breaking Lush Pot Crop Found in México in the Middle of the Dry Desert

Guinness Record Breaking Lush Pot Crop Found in México in the Middle of the Dry Desert

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Hidden under black netting in the middle of the desert, police found 300 acres of marijuana!

Thousands of plants, some towering over 8 feet were found by the Mexican military some 150 miles south of Tijuana, across the border from San Diego.

The field broke the world record for largest pot crop ever found. Police found toilets for at least 60 workers, as well as a sophisticated irrigation system, fed by two wells, all in the middle of the desert.

General Alfonso Duarte said troops will soon burn the entire crop, from which 120 tons of marijuana could have harvested, essentially burning $160 million dollars worth of product.

Six people were arrested at military checkpoints, close to the scene.

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Topps to Print Trading Card of Christian Lopez Who Caught Jeter’s 3,000 Hit!

Topps to Print Trading Card of Christian Lopez Who Caught Jeter’s 3,000 Hit!

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Christian López, who in an act of selflessness returned the historic ball has also been invited to the rest of the Yankees’ 32 home games but that wasn’t the ultimate gift, that apparently has come from Topps.

López, a 23 year old cell phone salesman caught Derek Jeter’s 3,000 career hit on July 9th a memento that had been valued at somewhere around a quarter of a million dollars.

But López didn’t keep it, he returned the milestone ball to the man who slugged it into the left-field stands, with a humble, congratulatory smile.

A grateful Jeter presented López with three signed bats, three signed baseballs and three signed jerseys; he was also given close to $50k worth of tickets for the remainder home games of the season.  While Steiner and Modell’s sporting goods donated $50,000 to pay off his $100,000 student loan debt and Miller High Life has pledged to pay any tax bills owed to the IRS for accepting free tickets and Jeter-signed memorabilia from the Yankees.

Topps Company, the leading creator and marketer of sports cards, announced via twitter and their website that they would print a Christian López Rookie card, and hire Lopez as an honorary Topps employee for a day, assigning him the duty of selecting the image of Derek Jeter’s 2012 Topps Series 1 card, available next February.

“Christian Lopez is the perfect role model and embodies everything that is right in baseball,” said Mark Sapir, Topps VP.  “Topps is proud to be able to help support this young man and place his rookie card right next to all of today’s legends.”

 

 

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Repatriation Flights of Undocumented Immigrants Expected to Cost U.S. More than $9M in 2011

Repatriation Flights of Undocumented Immigrants Expected to Cost U.S. More than $9M in 2011

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With cooperation from the Mexican government, the voluntary repatriation of undocumented immigrants in the U.S. by bus and plane has resumed.

For undocumented immigrants caught at the border, the program flies them to Mexico City, on a voluntary basis. The location was chosen because it is about 1,000 miles from the border and reduces the chance that one of the migrants with attempt to sneak back over the border again, said Vincent Picard, a spokesman for U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) based in Phoenix.

Once in Mexico City they are given bus tickers to return to their hometown.

“It breaks the link between the smuggled alien and the criminal smuggling organization that marches aliens through the desert, risking their lives through the extreme temperatures that Arizona brings in the summertime,” Picard told The Arizona Republic.

This program will run until September 28th, with an expected cost $9 million to $11 million.

And though this happens with the cooperation of the Mexican government, the U.S. pays for the cost of the plane and bus tickets.

Last year, 23,384 undocumented border crossers were returned to Mexico at a cost of $14.8 million to the United States.

Read more at The Arizona Republic →

Hugo Chavez to Undergo New Cancer Treatment in Brazil

Hugo Chavez to Undergo New Cancer Treatment in Brazil

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Agencia Brasil is announcing that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez will undergo new cancer treatment in Brazil.

The left-leaning leader had been in Cuba for cancer surgery last month something he only disclosed after extending his visit to that country.

This week Chavez had admitted to needing chemotherapy for his cancer yet the type of cancer he has remains undisclosed.  Chavez who is 56-years old had a tumor removed from his pelvic region and remained in Cuba for almost a month to heal.

It is expected that Chavez will go to the renown Sírio Libanés hospital, the very same hospital where Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff was treated for her lymphatic cancer. 

In addition, Paraguay’s President Fernando Lugo is being treated at the same hospital for non-Hodgkin lymphoma and former Brazilian Vice President Jose Alencar was treated there before his death.

The seriousness of his illness and the prognosis remain a mystery.

Read more at AFP →

Eva Longoria is Busy from Beso Bankruptcy to Lesbian Mayor to Alma Awards

Eva Longoria is Busy from Beso Bankruptcy to Lesbian Mayor to Alma Awards

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This is a very busy time for Latina beauty Eva Longoria from her recurring role in Housewives to the bankruptcy of her Beso club to her new role as a lesbian mayor to the Alma awards.

We’re tired just saying it all.

As the actress lamented the lose of her Las Vegas nightclub, Beso, to bankruptcy she kept her thoughts on her recurring role as Gabrielle Solis on ABC’s Desperate Housewives.  But what really has everyone a buzz is her upcoming role in “Without Men”, an independent film project.

She plays la jefa of a Latin American village where no men live because they have left to become guerilla revolutionaries.  The only man in town is a padrecito/priest who is trying to impregnate all the lovely senoritas.  Meanwhile, Longoria is engaged in a spicy lesbian love affair with co-star Kate del Castillo (from Reina del Sur) that makes for interesting dynamics.

If all that wasn’t enough,  NBC just announced Longoria will co-host the NCLR ALMA awards along with George Lopez on September 16th.  To show that she is indeed the busiest Latina in show biz she also helped executive produce the award show. 

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Who Said: “We’re Better off Hiring Skilled Immigrants?” Alan Greenspan That’s Who

It appears former Federal Reserve chairman, Alan Greenspan, is mad at America’s youth labeling them as a work force that ‘doesn’t shape up’ to the very productive baby boomer generation.

He is irked by the 25-year old set that have scored poorly academically when compared to their foreign counterparts.  In addition he notes that their average income is lower compared to what the baby boomers was and their productivity is poor and declining.  To add insult to injury he notes that their income is being protected and therefore subsidized by immigration policy that keeps out the more qualified immigrant worker. 

Translation you are lazy, aren’t too smart and the only reason you have a job is that America is keeping out your competition!!!

Ouch – with friends like this who needs enemies. 

Greenspan did give a nice shot out to the hard working immigrants that apparently he thinks can do a better job than America’s youth. 

He goes as far as suggesting American’s companies should hire highly skilled immigrants to turn the tide of a poorly performing economy. 

‘Most high-income people in our country do not realize that their incomes are being subsidized by their protection from competition from highly skilled people who are prevented from immigrating to the United States,’ he said.

‘But we need such skills in order to staff our productive economy, so that the standard of living for Americans as a whole can grow.
‘My view is that we should give a green card to every immigrant who gets an advanced degree in the United States.

‘The proportion of those people who will be terrorists is minuscule. That would have a major positive economic impact.’

Read more at Dailly Mail UK →

Why Is Mandating E-Verify a Problem? (VIDEO)

Why Is Mandating E-Verify a Problem? (VIDEO)

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What is E-Verify? Why is E-Verify such a problem? Is there a better solution than mandatory E-Verify?

Read more at Center for American Progress →

Illegal Alien Jailed for Harboring & Underpaying Other Illegal Aliens Working at His Restaurants

Illegal Alien Jailed for Harboring & Underpaying Other Illegal Aliens Working at His Restaurants

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A Mexican national, who was convicted of harboring illegal aliens for commercial advantage, was sentenced to 46 months in prison. The sentence stems from an extensive investigation conducted by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI).

Simon Banda-Mireles, 50, aka Jorge DeLarco, a native and citizen of Mexico, also must pay restitution in the amount of $239,089 to 15 illegal aliens who worked for him — they had been paid substantially below minimum wage. Previously, the defendant had agreed to forfeit money and property valued at $70,009 to the government.

Banda-Mireles, who at one time owned and operated several Mexican restaurants in Western New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, employed and harbored between 25 and 100 illegal aliens in those businesses between 2006 and 2008. The defendant paid those employees substandard wages, thereby gaining a competitive commercial advantage over other restaurants that paid workers at least minimum wage.

Banda-Mireles, who entered the United States illegally using an assumed identity of Jorge DeLarco, was arrested in April 2008, along with 10 of his restaurant managers. All 11 defendants have now been convicted.

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The Mexican-American Boom: Births Overtake Immigration

The Pew Hispanic Center, a project of the Pew Research Center, released a report today that finds that in the last decade, births have far surpassed immigration as the main driver of the dynamic growth of the Mexican-American population.

This is a departure from the two previous decades when the number of new immigrants either matched or exceeded births. The report analyzes some of the reasons for this change.

Overall, Mexican-Americans are younger and have higher fertility than other U.S. groups. And in recent years, Mexican immigration to the U.S. declined steeply. The report, based on an analysis of U.S. and Mexican data sources, also compares fertility patterns of Mexican-American women with other demographic groups in the U.S. and women in Mexico. It also looks at trends in Mexican migration to the U.S. since 1970.

The report was posted online Thursday July 14, 2011 at 12 NOON EDT on www.pewhispanic.org.

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