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DHS Final Rule: Privacy Act Exemption Published: Dec 7, 2009 "The Department of Homeland Security is issuing a final rule to amend its regulations to exempt portions of a Department of Homeland Security/National Protections and Programs Directorate/U.S. Visitor and Immigrant Status Indicator Technology system of records entitled the ‘‘Department of Homeland Security/National Protections and Programs Directorate/U.S.
Huge Increase in Transfers of ICE Detainees Published: Dec 3, 2009 "The number of individuals held in custody by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in the just-ended FY 2009 is now estimated to have reached 369,483 detainees, more than twice what the total was in FY 1999. According to a recent agency report, this growth means that ICE is now operating the largest detention system in the country. As the number of
DHS OIG Report on ICE Policies and Procedures Related to Detainee Transfers Published: Dec 3, 2009 DHS OIG has issued a report on ICE detainee transfer policies and procedures. The OIG recommended that ICE establish a national standard for reviewing each detainee's administrative file prior to a transfer determination and that ICE develop protocols with EOIR court administrators for exchanging hearing and transfer schedules. See: DHS OIG Report on ICE
AIC LAC Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Published: Dec 1, 2009 AIC LAC Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter: "This issue highlights suits challenging local immigration enforcement, stays of removal, a natz delay class action settlement, a favorable Fifth Circuit decision in a marriage waiver case, and updates from the LAC (including our work on motions to reopen, EB-1 visas, ineffective assistance of counsel, and K-2
REPORT: Immigrants more than pull their weight economically Published: Dec 1, 2009 REPORT: Immigrants and the Economy: "This report examines the economic role of immigrants in the 25 largest metropolitan areas in the United States. The results are clear: immigrants contribute to the economy in direct relation to their share of the population. The economy of metro areas grows in tandem with immigrant share of the labor force. And,
USCIS Opens New Verification Operations Center in Buffalo, N.Y. Published: Nov 27, 2009 WASHINGTON - U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) officially opened a new Verification Operations Center in Buffalo, N.Y., today. The Center employs about 135 people and is dedicated solely to USCIS’ verification mission. The ceremony included a tribute to Medal of Honor recipient, Major John Farquhar, a Scottish immigrant who served with the
ICE Fiscal Year 2008 Annual Report Published: Nov 23, 2009 ICE Fiscal Year 2008 Annual Report "U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) is the largest investigative agency within the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and is tasked with a broad law enforcement mission related to strengthening the nation’s immigration system, combating cross-border and financial crime, protecting federal facilities and
I-9 Inspection Overview with Fines Published: Nov 23, 2009 I-9 Inspection Overview with Fines