Month: March 2011

ICE Increases Use of Civil Fines for Undocumented Workers

The Department of Homeland Security has stepped up its enforcement against employers who hire undocumented workers and it may end up costing seventy-one nursery workers…

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The Latest on Haitian Deportations

According to immigration officials, the U.S. government will deport 700 Haitians this year. After the catastrophic earthquake that hit the country in January of last…

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Cuba Travel Restrictions

As one of the latest measures implemented to ease some of the restrictions the United States has in place on Cuba, comes the news that…

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Look at the Numbers . . .

As lawmakers in Florida push for immigration-enforcement bills for fear of our state being invaded by a new wave of “aliens,” new data shows that…

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Florida Bill Demands Federal Compensation for Immigration

The Florida Senate’s immigration-enforcement bill includes a provision that holds the federal government responsible for failing to enforce immigration laws or enact reforms, a failure…

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An Act of Kindness

In times of need, when we lack the means to fix a problem on our own and look to others for help, what happens when…

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Alabama Proposes New Immigration Law

Alabama is the most recent state to propose an immigration package similar to the Arizona laws passed last year, following the recent package passed in…

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Florida Counties Bid to Build Detention Centers for Immigrants

Florida City is hoping to have a new immigrant detention center built, reports say. The city is applying for a grant to build a U.S….

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The New Legislative Session Promises an Assortment of New Immigration Bills

The Florida Speaker of the House, Republican Dean Cannon from Winter Park, has announced that a new immigration-enforcement bill will be introduced during the newly…

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Florida Lawmakers Push for Immigration Bill

It’s official- Florida lawmakers are pushing for a watered-down version of Arizona’s strict immigration laws. These will be considered during the 60-day legislative session beginning…

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New Dual Purpose Immigration Card

It used to be that individuals who applied for permanent residency or adjustment of status and whose cases were still pending ran the risk of having…

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Immigration Judge Kevin G. Bradley

The Immigration Bar in Miami, Florida lost a good Judge and a great man Sunday when Kevin G. Bradley passed away. Judge Bradley was appointed…

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ACLU Takes on Immigration Case

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has, once again, stepped up to defend the rights of the defenseless. This time, it was to defend a…

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Discrimination Lawsuit

Those who believe non-immigrants or natives were exempt from discrimination will be blown away by this landmark case that is quickly becoming a hotbed for…

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