Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

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Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »

Court ruling puts Obama’s immigration work on hold

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The White House will suspend plans to begin giving more than 4 million immigrants here illegally work permits as it pursues an appeal of a Texas federal judge’s ruling that temporarily blocks President Barack Obama’s executive action on immigration. The ruling late Monday by U.S. District Judge Andrew Hanen throws millions of immigrants into limbo. The injunction allows a coalition of 26 states more time to pursue a lawsuit to permanently stop Obama’s Nov. 20 executive order, which would shield from deportation more than 4 million immigrants living in the United States illegally. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services had been expected to begin accepting applications Wednesday for a part…

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Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories - Latin American Herald Tribune


Avon to Cease Operations in 16 Caribbean Territories
Latin American Herald Tribune
SAN JUAN – Cosmetics giant Avon has decided to cease operations in 16 Caribbean territories as it works to restore its core business in the United States, a spokeswoman confirmed to Efe on Tuesday. “Avon has announced its decision to cease operations ...

and more »