Daily Border Bulletin – Mexico disapproves of Alabama decision, new law creating humanitarian crisis, and Georgia feels impact of immigration law

Mexican government laments Alabama’s immigration law while Hispanic communities flee the state. A world leader in aerospace manufacturing Mexico also collaborates with Italy on fighting organized crime. The costly effects of a newly adopted harsh immigration law are felt in Georgia.

Milenio – Mexico Laments Alabama’s Court Decision on Immigrant Law: The Mexican government regrets the decision by Alabama’s federal court not to suspend HB56.

Christian Science Monitor – Alabama immigration law creating a ‘humanitarian crisis’?: “With the Alabama immigration law taking effect, some 2,000 Hispanic students didn’t attend school Monday. Teachers unions and Hispanic activists are voicing their concerns.”

Universal – Mexico’s Aeronautics Industry Is Growing: Mexico has become a leading country in the aerospace industry, with exports valued at 3 billion dollars.

Excelsior – Mexico to Benefit from Italian Crime Fighting Experience: The ministers of foreign affairs of both countries met to discuss trade and knowledge sharing of fighting organized crime.

New York Times – After Ruling, Hispanics Flee an Alabama Town: Republican Senator Arthur Orr indicates that the law is working, as previously unemployed inmates now have jobs.

The Border Bulletin is a daily roundup of stories from the region. If there is anything that you would like to see feel free to to shoot us an email at (kramos@ndn.org)

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One Response to Daily Border Bulletin – Mexico disapproves of Alabama decision, new law creating humanitarian crisis, and Georgia feels impact of immigration law

  1. Herry says:

    In mexico, all ctzeiins must go to a court to get a marriage certificate to make the wedding legal. Otherwise, it’s just a ceremony in the church. Does United States Customs and Immigration consider just the church wedding a legal marriage?

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