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Obama Administration's next target may be Sanctuary Cities
Published: Jul 11, 2012
It has been reported that ICE Director John Morton has asked Attorney General Holder to take legal action against Cook County, Illinois for their failure to deliver undocumented immigrants to ICE for deportation. Cook County currently is not utilizing the Secure Communities fingerprint sharing (a.k.a. racial profiling) program.
Director Morton has stated
Morton Memo II: Deferred Action Promised to DREAMers
Published: Jun 15, 2012
By now you've probably heard about the big announcement coming from the Obama administration that they intend to exercise prosecutorial discretion on behalf of DREAMers.
The most recent memorandum is dated today (June 15, 2012), and can be read in its entirety here.
Here are the criteria for consideration:
The individual must have:
• Come to the United
Another Death in Immigration Detention
Published: Jun 7, 2012
It has been reported that Juan Pablo Flores-Segura, a 31-year-old citizen of Mexico, died a mere hours after being taken into immigration custody and transferred to an "immigration processing center" in Southern California. The possible cause of death is a brain hemorrhage.
According to WebMd.com the most common cause for a brain hemorrhage for individuals
Obama Administration Increasing Deportation Agents by 25%
Published: May 30, 2012
It has been reported that the Obama administration is increasing the number of deportation agents by a staggering 25% in furtherance of the aggressive goal to deport as many people as humanly possible before the end of President Obama's first term in office.
Obama already holds the all-time deportation record for a sitting President, but like Barry Bonds
Alabama Immigration Law Amended with New Requirement: The Scarlet Letter 'I' for 'Illegal'
Published: May 17, 2012
Both Alabama's House and Senate passed amendments to the State immigration law yesterday to include a requirement to publish the names of undocumented immigrants that appear in court for violations of Alabama State law, even if criminal charges are ultimately dismissed. They might as well have imposed the requirement for immigrants to wear the scarlet
AAO Precedent Decision on P-3 Visas
Published: May 17, 2012
The Administrative Appeals of Office (AAO) of USCIS has just issued a new, precedent decision on P-3 Nonimmigrant Visa Petitions, examining for the first time what the term "culturally unique" means. P-3 status may be granted to nonimmigrant artists or entertainers, either individually or as a group, who are coming to the United States to develop,