Month: June 2011

Refugee Protection Act of 2011

In an effort to aid refugees, the United States Senate and House have introduced the “Refugee Protection Act of 2011.” Senators Patrick Leahy (D-VT), Carl…

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New ICE Prosecutorial Discretion Memo!

Last week, John Morton, the Director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) reminded its officials that they have a duty and obligation to use good…

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House Bill to Allow DHS to Detain Immigrants Indefinitely

A bill has been filed in Congress by U.S. Representative Lamar Smith (R-Texas) and co-sponsored by two Florida congressmen, Jeff Miller and Dennis Ross, that…

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Is it Constitutionally Legal to Deny Immigrants Medical Assistance?

This legal issue is currently being debated by the State Supreme Courts in Connecticut and Massachusetts, with different rulings issued in both of these. The…

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Alabama Passes Toughest Immigration Bill To Date

Alabama’s governor signed a bill into law that may likely be the nation’s toughest State immigration bill to date. The bill will take effect on…

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The Government Promoting Citizenship

For the first time ever, the U.S. government is running a campaign to encourage immigrants to become citizens of this country. The U.S. Citizenship and…

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Is Obama Raising False Expectations for Immigrant Community?

The President has often been criticized for his reluctance to act on immigration issues, but as his term in office nears its end, his accomplishments…

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