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ICE is Arresting Parents as they drop-off their Children at Elementary School Published: Oct 18, 2012 Apparently smart immigration enforcement includes arresting parents as they drop-off their children at elementary school. From America's Voice: "This week, ICE agents approached two immigrant families while they were dropping off their children at Cesar Chavez Academy in Southwest Detroit. One father, Hector Orozco, was dropping off his son when he was
"Dozens" of Immigrant Students Arrested by ICE in San Diego - Told to "Self-Deport" Published: Oct 12, 2012 More evidence has been reported of the Obama administration's continuing efforts to round up and deport "low priority" immigrants. At 6:00 am yesterday morning ICE raided a downtown San Diego apartment complex netting approximately 40 students that were working without authorization as cab drivers to help support themselves while attending school. The
Report: Immigrants in Detention Subjected to Punitive and Long-Term Solitary Confinement and Denial of Due Process Published: Sep 26, 2012 Heartland Alliance's National Immigrant Justice Center (NIJC) and Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) have conducted an investigation of more than a dozen immigration detention facilities and county jails that partner with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to detain immigrants awaiting removal from the United States. They discovered the existence of
9th Circuit Denies Emergency Motion to Enjoin "Show Me Your Papers" Provision of Arizona Immigration Law Pending Appeal Published: Sep 26, 2012 It has been reported that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals yesterday denied an emergency motion seeking an injunction of the "Show me your papers" provision of the Arizona immigration law. The motion sought to suspend the provision while an appeal filed by a coalition of opponents of the law remains pending. The provision went into effect on September 18,
Rep. Luis Gutierrez: No Promises from Obama to Move Quickly on Immigration Reform if Reelected in November Published: Sep 24, 2012 The Hill reports that the esteemed Congressman from Illinois, Luis Gutierrez (D), has indicated that he has received no assurances from the White House that if President Obama is reelected that he will "move quickly" to address comprehensive immigration reform. So what? The President isn't willing to fall into the same trap that he did last time he was
Federal Court to Obama Administration: Stop Deporting Defense Witnesses Published: Sep 19, 2012 It looks like you can add defense witnesses to the list of immigrants that are a deportation priority of the Obama administration. Sandra Hernandez of the L.A. Times has reported that the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a stern warning to the federal government, who apparently has made a habit of deporting witnesses that are able to provide material
USCIS Issues Guidance on Whether or Not to Disclose Fraudulent Use of a Social Security Number on Employment Authorization Application Published: Sep 18, 2012 On September 14, 2012, USCIS issued an update to their Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) frequently asked questions page. One of the updates is of significant importance, as it answers the big question that we have all been asking: should a DACA applicant disclose ALL social security numbers used, real or otherwise, on the Form I-765, Application
DACA Approvals Being Mailed... But How Many? Published: Sep 12, 2012 On September 10, the Wall Street Journal reported that USCIS only received 40,000 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival (DACA) applications out of a pool of an estimated 1.7 million potential applicants. Yesterday (September 11, 2012), the Associated Press reported that USCIS received 72,000 DACA applications and that a "small group" have been approved. DHS