Election 2012 – Obama and Romney on Immigration

Republicans and Democrats are fighting for votes in the face of the upcoming election and one of the issues at hand is immigration. Both sides argue that they are the best solution for immigration, but the attitudes and proposed changes offered by Mitt Romney and Barack Obama could not be more different. Immigration is not …

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Toy Manufacturer Honored by ICE for Employment Practices

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has recognized the manufacturers of a popular brand of preschool and toddler toys for its employment practices. The ICE has granted Step2 certification in the IMAGE (Mutual Agreement between Government and Employers) compliance program. Step2 is one of only two employers in the Ohio to be granted the …

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Immigration Rules: Hardship to Families

Immigration rules and laws are intended to protect both immigrants and citizens of the US. In addition, many rules are created specifically to ensure that families can be reunited. In some cases, however, it seems that immigration rules end up creating family rifts and problems. That is certainly the case for the Tacuri family. Gladys …

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American Immigration Center Scam Alert – Deferred Action

As the date draws nearer to the policy change announcement promised in President Obama’s June 15th address, we caution Dream Act candidates to be wary of scammers. The Prosecutorial Discretion Policy promises to prioritize deportation of undocumented immigrants, placing Dream Act candidates at the bottom of the totem pole and create a path for them …

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Immigration Laws: Hispanics Feel Harrassed in Alabama

Hispanic individuals feel that Alabama’s immigration law targets them unfairly and harms their quality of life. Some people from the Hispanic community, for example, have stated that they are asked about their immigration status in the emergency room – before their case is evaluated and before they get any medical attention. According to some residents …

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ICE: Identity Theft & $19 Million Tax Refund Scheme Cracked

An investigation involving the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), the Anchorage police, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), and the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDEF) has cracked a $19 million identity theft and tax fraud scam. Eleven foreign nationals have been arrested for allegedly …

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Arizona Immigration: Emails Show Anti-Latino Bias

Opponents of Arizona’s immigration law claim that emails sent by former state senator Russell Pearce claim that the law was racially biased and racially motivated. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) applied for a public records request to gain access to thousands of Pearce’s emails. The ACLU is using some of the emails to ask …

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Immigration Reform and President Obama

The DREAM Act has long been proposed by the Obama administration as a possible solution to the issue of undocumented immigration. If that proposed legislation were to pass into law, the children of undocumented immigrants would have a path to citizenship. However, although the president has supported the measure it has not been able to …

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California Immigrant Family Challenges DOMA

A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Irma Rodriguez by the Public Law Center, the Center for Human Rights & Constitutional Law, the Asian Law Alliance, and the Law Offices of Manulkin & Bennett. The lawsuit, filed on July 12 of this year, challenges the notion that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) can …

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Will N.J. Immigrants’ Children Receive Tuition Aid?

A new Democratic bill working its way through the New Jersey Legislature would allow children of illegal immigrants to apply for in-state tuition rates and for financial aid.  The bill, The Senate bill, sponsored by Senators Teresa Ruiz (D-Essex) and Sandra Cunningham (D-Hudson would make it easier for qualified children of illegal immigrants who have …

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Florida Voters Like Obama’s Immigration Policies and Reforms

In Florida, President Obama’s immigration reforms and policies are getting favorable reviews by voters. According to Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald/Bay News 9 polls (conducted by the Mason-Dixon Polling & Research group), South and Central Florida, known for significant immigration populations, are especially supportive of immigration reforms supported by the President – reforms which would allow …

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