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Month: August 2017

Three Charged for Production of Fake Immigration IDs

Three residents of Dayton, including two undocumented immigrant brothers who entered the US illegally on several occasions, have been charged by the federal government with producing almost 100 fraudulent federal, state, and immigration identifications, authorities have revealed. Initial appearances were held in the US District Court in Dayton, on Wednesday, for Blas Martinez-Roldan, and Miguel …

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ICE Will Not Arrest Immigrants Seeking Shelter

The city of Houston, together with The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), and immigration officials have assured undocumented immigrants who are seeking shelter from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey that they do not have to fear being picked up by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents. Statements about the rumor were issued to try and …

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Immigration Enforcement Expansion Possible in Georgia and Carolinas

According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the Trump administration is considering the expansion of a contentious federal immigration enforcement program in each of the Carolinas, and in Georgia. The 287(g) program, named in honor of the federal law that gave it authorization, would allow local law enforcement officials to question individuals about their legal status, as …

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Mexican Immigrant Loses Citizenship for Immigration Fraud

The Department of Justice announced on Wednesday that a Mexican national, who had become a legal citizen of the US, has been stripped of her citizenship after running a fraudulent scheme targeting undocumented immigrants and pretending to be an immigration officer. 53-year-old Araceli Martinez was forced to return her naturalization certificate and barred from claiming …

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MBA Applicants to Shun US Schools over Immigration

Applicants to business schools intend shunning business schools in the US because of the Trump administration’s immigration policies, according to a new survey by the admissions firm, Stacy Blackman Consulting. The survey suggests that over 21 percent of candidates feel they have been affected by President Donald Trump’s immigration policies and intend to apply only …

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