Month: May 2011

Immigrant Load Headed for U.S. Intercepted in Mexico

Recently, more than 500 illegal migrants from Latin America and Asia were discovered crammed into the trailers of two trucks heading from Mexico towards the…

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TPS Extended

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Janet Napolitano announced that the Temporary Protective Status (TPS) for Haitians will be extended for another 18 months,…

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Obama Speech Calling for Immigration Reform

President Barack Obama has time and again showed support for the sparsely populated communities of undocumented people living in this country. Yet while immigration policy…

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Measure Aimed at Protecting the Rights of Undocumented Workers

Last week we learned of the President’s idea of comprehensive immigration reform through his draft outline that highlighted, among other things, the need to promote…

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Cause and Effects of the Long Delays in Immigration Cases

According to reports, the nation’s immigration courts are backlogged as never before. At the end of last year, more than 260,000 cases remained pending before…

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Cuban Doctors Face Visa Delays in the U.S.

A number of medical doctors who expected a warm welcome in the U.S. after defecting from Cuba are now having difficulties getting their immigration visas…

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Salvadoran High Ranking Official Expected to be Deported

General Eugenio Vides Casanova was a top military officer from El Salvador during the civil war that took place three decades ago, and- in spite…

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Florida Immigration Bill Failed

With hundreds of thousands of people- immigrant or not- lining up in protest in Tallahassee during the last moments of deliberation, this imposing sight proved…

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Congressional Pressure on Obama to Tackle Some Immigration Issues

As we had previously reported, a group of twenty-two U.S. Senators had written to President Obama asking that he forbid certain youth from being deported…

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President Holds Meeting Regarding Immigration

Last Tuesday, President Obama hosted a White House meeting with seventy national leaders to discuss the challenge of fixing our broken immigration system. Some of…

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Appellate Court Renders Arizona Immigration Law Unconstitutional

Finally, the verdict is in. The United States Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled against the State of Arizona and blocked the most contentious…

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