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US Supreme Court to review Obama’s power on deportation policy

The United States Supreme Court said Tuesday it will decide whether President Barack Obama has the authority to declare that millions of immigrants living in the country illegally be allowed to remain and work in the U.S. without fear of deportation.

Stranded Cuban migrants say goodbye to Costa Rica as airlift begins

The latest wave of Cuban migration has drawn increased skepticism from some representatives to the 1966 law that grants them preferential status in the US.

New York creates ID card for all, even immigrants without previous documentation

NEW YORK – New York Mayor Bill de Blasio on Thursday signed a new law creating an ID card for anyone who wants it, including immigrants without previous documentation, amid a wider debate about immigrant rights.

Most foreign workers in Costa Rica are covered by public health care, report shows

Just over 378,000 foreign residents live in Costa Rica. Of those, 185,778 are employed, and 180,436 have health care coverage with the state-run Social Security System, or Caja, according to the “Third Report on Migration and Human Development," released Wednesday.

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