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Detention - New Lawsuit Seeks Regulations to Address Detention Standards Published: May 23, 2008 "This page summarizes and discusses class action and other multi-party lawsuits that deal with current issues affecting the immigrant community. "
Natz Delay Litigation Published: May 22, 2008 "CIS’s delays in adjudicating naturalization applications are forcing applicants to seek judicial remedies. Section 336(b) of the INA provides for judicial review for a stalled naturalization petition if the application is pending for more than 120 days after the date on which the examination is conducted. Many litigants seek relief under the mandamus
Litigation Relating to ICE Raids Published: May 21, 2008 "Since late 2006, ICE has raided a number of companies and arrested and removed hundreds of noncitizens from the United States. This Litigation Clearinghouse Issue Page provides information about the federal court litigation related to the raids."
The Social Security Administration No-Match Program: Inefficient, Ineffective, and Costly Published: May 13, 2008 The Social Security Administration No-Match Program: Inefficient, Ineffective, and Costly - "This report provides an overview of SSA’s no-match letter program, a summary of DHS’s new supplemental proposed rule regarding no-match letters, and an overview of the unintended consequences of no-match letters that are sent to employers." (May 2008)
AILF Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Published: May 9, 2008 Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter Volume 3, Issue 5 (May 7, 2008): "This issue of AILF's Litigation Clearinghouse Newsletter covers a new suit seeking detention standards, update on religious workers class action, class action certification in a naturalization delay suit, limitations on the categorical approach, and litigation resources on the
Crisis on the Immigration Bench: An Ethical Perspective Published: May 7, 2008 "The troubled status of the immigration court system has garnered much attention from scholars, appellate judges, and even the United States Attorney General. This article suggests a new lens through which to examine the acknowledged crisis in immigration courts: judicial ethics. Because the term judicial ethics encompasses a broad array of principles,
Does the “SAVE Act” Save Anything? The Real Price of “SAVE” Published: Apr 30, 2008 "The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) recently released an estimate of the costs of the “Secure America Through Verification and Enforcement Act” (“SAVE Act,” HR 4088), and concluded that the “SAVE Act” would decrease federal revenues, increase government spending, and create an unfunded mandate for states and private employers. " Read the
How Errors in Basic Pilot/E-Verify Databases Impact U.S. Citizens and Lawfully Present Immigrants Published: Apr 30, 2008 "How Errors in Basic Pilot/E-Verify Databases Impact U.S. Citizens and Lawfully Present Immigrants (National Immigration Law Center – April 2008) -- "highlights the impact of a mandatory electronic employment verification system on U.S. citizens."