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2012: The Road to Immigration Nowhere Published: Dec 29, 2011 I’m sorry but I need to vent. I just read a blog by a former President of AILA and it got my dander up. The question posed was what can we expect in the world of immigration in 2012? The short answer: absolutely nothing. As was pointed out, next year is an election year, and the Democrats are scrambling to keep both the Senate, and the White House. It isn't
College Sports Star's Race against Deportation Published: Dec 28, 2011 ESPN has reported that Ayded Reyes, a star Pacific Coast Conference cross-country athlete, is currently scheduled to appear before an immigration judge in March 2012, to determine whether she will be deported to Mexico. She came to the United States as a two-year-old, and doesn't know a single person in all of Mexico. Reyes, the top ranked women's junior
District Judge Blocks Portions of South Carolina Immigration Law Published: Dec 23, 2011 U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel has blocked portions of the South Carolina immigration law that requires law enforcement officials to confirm the immigration status of any individual believed to be in violation of U.S. immigration law. Judge Gergel further blocked provisions of the law that criminalize the act of harboring or transporting undocumented
Immigration Judges Give "Scathing Assessment" of Lawyers Appearing before New York Immigration Courts Published: Dec 22, 2011 The New York Times published an article a couple of days ago about the availability of quality of legal representation before the immigration court in New York. pThe article references apCardozo Law Review article entitled "Assessing Justice: The Availability and Adequacy of Counsel in Immigration Proceedings." Immigration Judges (IJ) estimated that from
Obama Administration Still Enforcing Defense of Marriage Act in Immigration Context Published: Dec 21, 2011 United States Citizen Frances Herbert and her spouse, Japanese-born Takako Ueda, just learned that the Obama administration will not recognize their marriage for immigration purposes, which may result in Ueda's deportation from the country. The couple were legally married in Vermont on April 26, 2011. The immigrant petition that Herbert filed on
District Judge Grants Class-Action Status to Mentally Incompetent Immigrant Detainees in Immigration Court Published: Dec 21, 2011 The Washington Post reports that United States District Judge Dolly M. Glee has granted class-action status to mentally disabled immigrant detainees in California, Washington, and Arizona that do not have legal representation before the immigration court, and that have been deemed mentally incompetent to represent themselves. The decision was rendered
DOJ to Arpaio: the Feds are the only ones allowed to violate the civil rights of immigrants Published: Dec 16, 2011 Yesterday, Assistant Attorney General Thomas E. Perez spoke at the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) to announce that the Department of Justice (DOJ) had concluded their civil rights investigation of the office, finding that MCSO has engaged in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional policing in violation of the 4th and 14th amendments, and Title VI
U.S. Citizen Antonio Montejano Detained by ICE for Days Published: Dec 15, 2011 United States citizen Antonio Montejano was detained by Immigration and Customs enforcement for days even though he is a United States citizen and they had literally no legally authority to hold him for even one second. To this end, ICE Director John Morton has acknowledged: "We don't have the power to detain citizens." To quote Mel Brooks: "Badges? We