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Academics condemn Arizona immigration law Published: Jun 14, 2010 "We wish to express our deep concern with and unequivocal condemnation of Senate Bill 1070, which you signed into law April 23. By making it a state crime to be in Arizona without federal authorization, and making it a punishable offense to support someone without the appropriate documents, SB 1070 criminalizes countless decent human beings who live,
USCIS Proposed Rule to Hike Fees for Immigration Benefits Published: Jun 11, 2010 From the Federal Register Online via GPO Access --------------------------------------- Part IV Department of Homeland Security --------------------------------------- 8 CFR Parts 103, 204, 244, et al. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Fee Schedule; Proposed Rule --------------------------------------- DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND
The Ballad of Esequiel Hernández Published: May 21, 2010 "In 1997, U.S. Marines patrolling the Texas-Mexico border as part of the War on Drugs shot and killed Esequiel Hernández Jr. Mistaken for a drug runner, the 18-year-old was, in fact, a U.S. citizen tending his family's goats with a .22 rifle. He became the first American killed by U.S. military forces on native soil since the 1970 Kent State shootings.
Process for Handling Complaints Against Immigration Judges Published: May 20, 2010 The Office of the Chief Immigration Judge has established a procedure that allows any person to file a complaint about the conduct of an Immigration Judge. Below are links to documents which describe how to file a complaint, the procedures used to process complaints, and statistics concerning the disposition of complaints. Process for Handling Complaints
ACCLAIMED POLITICAL DOCUMENTARY SERIES ‘HOW DEMOCRACY WORKS NOW’: WASHINGTON D.C. SCREENINGS Published: May 3, 2010 ACCLAIMED POLITICAL DOCUMENTARY SERIES ‘HOW DEMOCRACY WORKS NOW’ ANNOUNCES WASHINGTON D.C. SCREENINGS We are pleased to announce an exclusive Washington, D.C. tour of the critically acclaimed new documentary series How Democracy Works Now, fresh from its national broadcast preview on HBO. From May 12th to June 10th, eight remarkable films will
Refugees and Asylees: 2009 Annual Flow Report Published: Apr 28, 2010 The Office of Immigration Statistics Annual Flow Report provides information on the number of persons admitted to the United States as refugees or granted asylum in the United States in 2009. Some of the highlights from the report: A total of 74,602 persons were admitted to the United States as refugees during 2009. The leading countries of nationality
Report: The consequences of losing a lawful immigrant parent to deportation Published: Apr 27, 2010 A new report issued by a collaboration of the law schools UC Berkeley and UC Davis addresses the impact of the deportation of a lawful permanent resident parent on their United States citizen child. The report is entitled: In the Child’s Best Interest? The consequences of losing a lawful immigrant parent to deportation, and examines data collected
Future migration from Mexico likely to be insignificant Published: Apr 22, 2010 Wasatch Economics: "Future migration to the US from Mexico is likely to be an insignificant factor related US government spending on benefit programs and US labor markets."