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If The U.S. Doesn't Fix This Problem Right Now, 'It Could Be Seriously F----ed,' Top Tech Investor Warns

Y Combinator co-founder and Dropbox investor Paul Graham estimates that 95% of the world's top engineers live outside the United States. But immigration laws are strict, even for brilliant engineers who start companies and create a lot of job opportunities in America. Show More Summary

Cubans fear possible change to U.S. immigration law

Like tens of thousands of Cubans, Gerardo Luis wants to get to the United States — but he’s suddenly worried time may be running out.

Local enforcement of federal immigration laws affects immigrant Hispanics' healthcare

State and local enforcement of federal immigration laws can have an adverse impact on the use of health care services by immigrant Hispanics, according to a new study, which analyzed both birth records and information collected in focus groups and individual interviews.

Australia's New Immigration Law Shifts Regional Focus to Security

BANGKOK (IRIN) - This week's passing into law of Australia's Migration and Maritime Powers Legislation Amendment Act, which comes on the heels of a year of tightened border controls and refugee intake policy changes, could chill regional cooperation. Show More Summary

Local enforcement of federal immigration laws affects immigrant Hispanics' healthcare

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. - Dec. 18, 2014 - State and local enforcement of federal immigration laws can have an adverse impact on the use of health care services by immigrant Hispanics, according to a North Carolina-based study by Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center researchers. The study, published in the Dec. Show More Summary

Do Amnesties Increase Unlawful Immigration?

Alex Nowrasteh One popular argument against a legalization, or amnesty, of unlawful immigrants is that it will merely incentivize future unlawful immigration. Unlawful immigrants will be more likely to break immigration laws becauseShow More Summary

"It is quite unusual... Judge Schwab appears to have reached out quite aggressively to engage the lawfulness of the President’s actions" on immigration.

Says lawprof Jonathan Adler. And on the merits, he's "not persuaded":[T]he executive branch has exercised a substantial degree of discretion in implementing and enforcing immigration law for decades.... It is true, as Judge Schwab notes,...Show More Summary

Obama Immigration Official to Illegals: Apply for Amnesty Without Fear

As the Obama administration gears up to implement its controversial amnesty plan for illegal immigrants, one administration official is assuring those who have broken U.S. immigration laws they should apply for their new status without fear of the government. Show More Summary

Senators: Obama Nominee for ICE Head will 'Rubber Stamp' Executive Amnesty

On Monday, conservative Senators warned against nominating someone who has vowed to implement President Barack Obama's executive amnesty to head the agency that is supposed to enforce the country's immigration laws. The Senate will vote on Tuesday to confirm Sarah Saldaña to head Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). Show More Summary

Angela Merkel Condemns Germany's Surging Anti-Sharia Movement

A growing protest movement that has held weekly displays against Germany’s lax immigration laws and Islamist-friendly policies has met strong resistance through the country’s politicians, the news media, and Europe’s multiculturalist establishment. Show More Summary

Employment, Not Immigration Reform

Republicans, angry about the undocumented "streaming" across our borders, could turn the flow of immigrants off tomorrow by passing real reform. No, not our immigration laws, but our employment law. Simplify and streamline our broken visa system, and throw a few employers in jail for a couple of years who hire the undocumented. Show More Summary

Goodlatte: Obama Administration Refusing to Enforce Immigration Law

The decline in deportation numbers is a result of the administration’s refusal to enforce immigration law, House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) argues. “The Obama Administration’s abysmal immigration enforcement record for the...Show More Summary

Americans To Be Charged To Enter Mexico, Retaliation For U.S. Immigration Laws?

Currently, the United States and Mexico are officially allies, but despite that state, our relationship is somewhat awkward. For most Americans, any association with our neighbors to the south has to do with U.S. immigration. The Inquisitr reported that the U.S. Show More Summary

Republicans Use Constitutional Experts — and President’s Own Words — in Debate Over Immigration Decree

“This is not mass, blanket immunity for 5 million people,” argues National Immigration Law Center director.

Australia limits refugee settlement rights

New immigration law grants temporary visas that prohibits asylum seekers from permanent residence.

Tea Party Urges GOP Not To Throw Away Election Victories

Tea Party constituents and leaders are urging Republican Party leaders to support their calls for upholding immigration laws instead of choosing to capitulate to their Democratic rivals and throw away their major victories in the 2014 mid-term elections. Show More Summary

Obama's Nominee to Direct ICE Supports Exec Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants

President Barack Obama's nominee to head the agency tasked with enforcing the nation's immigration laws believes Obama can unilaterally grant temporary amnesty and work permits to illegal immigrants. When Sens. Jeff Sessions (R-AL),Show More Summary

Does speaking English make an immigrant more American?

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The Times' meditations over the last several weeks on what U.S. citizenship means in the 21st century -- exploring topics such as dual nationality, byzantine immigration laws, permanent residency versus citizenship and, most recently, English proficiency -- have elicited mostly thoughtful,...

White House: Obama Was 'Speaking Colloquially' When He Said He Changed Immigration Law

Members of the Obama administration continue to be confronted by President Obama’s statement to a group of illegal immigrant protesters in Chicago that he had taken action to “change the law” on immigration. “Did the president misspeak...Show More Summary

Rep. Jason Chaffetz Exposes Obama Hypocrisy On Changing Immigration Law

Rep. Jason Chaffetz, the incoming chairman of the House Oversight Committee, exposed the Obama administration’s hypocrisy when it came to the understanding behind the president’s executive amnesty. “My question to you Mr. Secretary is:...Show More Summary

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