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Alleged Killer of Wash. Couple Captured in Mexico

After more than three months on the run, the Washington man accused of killing his former neighbors has been arrested. John B. Reed was captured in Mexico on Friday and kicked out of that country for violating its immigration laws, the Seattle Times reports. US Marshals arrested him when he...

How States, Cities And Universities Can Retain Foreign Entrepreneurs

American colleges and universities attract and educate some of the world's most talented and ambitious foreign graduate students. But thanks to restrictive immigration laws, many of these brilliant, highly-trained individuals are forced to head straight to the nearest airport upon graduation. They take a lot more than their suitcases home with them. Show More Summary

Trump's ghostwriter — telling "all" to The New Yorker — says he's giving all his 2016 royalties from "Art of the Deal" to charities...

... charities chosen with an eye toward undoing the damage he feels he's done by leveraging Trump's career...... the National Immigration Law Center, Human Rights Watch, the Center for the Victims of Torture, the National Immigration Forum, and the Tahirih Justice Center. Show More Summary

France Needs to Toughen Anti-Terror Legislation, Immigration Laws

According to a French lawmaker from the Republicans party, the country should strengthen the anti-terrorism legislation and adopt stricter immigration laws.

Swedes Squabble as Thousands of Migrants Threaten to Settle on Tiny Isle

Even though the influx of refugees has slowed somewhat following the Schengen Area's toughening of immigration laws, Sweden is still struggling with the aftereffects of last year's refugee disaster. At times, Stockholm's solutions are indeed bizarre, yet follow clear business logic.

'Kate's Law,' Sanctuary City Legislation Gets Vote in the Senate

Thursday offers a few positive steps toward Congress' goal to strengthen America’s immigration laws. Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced Kate’s Law...

A Diversity Paradox for Immigration Expansionists

Liberals love 'diversity' even at the expense of such obvious goods as unity, assimilation, and comity. So it is something of a paradox that their refusal to take seriously the enforcement of immigration laws has led to a most un-diverse...

Stop confusing anti-immigration and anti- illegal immigration

To the editor: While reading your editorial about the Los Angeles City Council’s failed boycott of the state of Arizona, I came across a glaring editing mistake. (“Outrage over Arizona's immigration law was justified, but L.A.'s boycott proved to be a farce,” editorial, June 27) You wrote that...

The Fraud Goes On

Last week the Supreme Court of the United States voted that President Obama exceeded his authority when he granted exemptions from the immigration laws passed by Congress. But the Supreme

WE MUST DISSOLVE THE PEOPLE AND ELECT ANOTHER: Hillary’s Immigration Unilateralism: The Supreme …

WE MUST DISSOLVE THE PEOPLE AND ELECT ANOTHER: Hillary’s Immigration Unilateralism: The Supreme Court has halted President Obama’s executive order that rewrites immigration law and grants quasi-legal status to nearly five million people in the United States illegally. Show More Summary

Ups and downs

UP: Boris Johnson DOWN: David Cameron UP: President Obama denied power to alter unilaterally immigration laws DOWN: Still no immigration reform UP: Speaker Paul Ryan’s economic agenda DOWN: Likelihood Donald Trump would understand let alone adopt Ryan economic agenda UP: Firing Corey Lewandowski DOWN: CNN hiring him and pretending he’s a credible, independent voice UP: […]

Outrage over Arizona's immigration law was justified, but L.A.'s boycott proved to be a farce

3 weeks agoHealth : Booster Shots

A boycott can be a powerful form of political protest, inflicting economic damage in an effort to influence behavior.  There is a long list of boycotts throughout history that have helped right injustices: Economic and cultural sanctions on South Africa helped bring down that government’s repressive...

These students vowed to change immigration laws a decade ago. Where are they now?

Ten years ago, more than 40,000 Southern California teenagers walked out of class to support rights for all immigrants, taking part in the biggest protests the state has ever seen.  The rallying cry? "Hoy marchamos, mañana votamos," or "Today we march, tomorrow we vote." The students promised to use...

Flashback: Obama Says He Can't Change Immigration Law Alone

President Obama is blaming the Supreme Court striking down his illegal executive action on immigration on a Republican failure to confirm his...

Florida Gov. Rick Scott vows to rid state of ‘radical Islam’ and tighten immigration laws

last monthNews : The Raw Story

The man who attacked Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, was a U.S. citizen born in the state of New York. But that fact did not stop Florida Governor Rick Scott from saying he wanted tougher immigration laws, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. He also said he wants to rid the state of...

Donald Trump’s almost-true claim that the president has power to ban ‘any class of persons’

“The immigration laws of the United States give the president powers to suspend entry into the country of any class of persons. Now, any class — it really is determined and to be determined by the president for the interests of the United States. And it’s as he or she deems appropriate.” — Donald Trump, […]

3rd Circuit: Gov't Can't Treat K-4 Visas Like Tourist Visas

The Third Circuit took steps in a recent case to close an incongruous loophole in immigration law that leads to certain K-4 visa holders being removed wrongly. It reversed a Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) decision that earlier found that a young Chinese woman could not change her status to......

Judge Stays Order That Would Have Caused ‘Irreversible Harm to Thousands of Immigrant Youth’

“This decision rightly puts a stop, for now, to an indefensible order that could have exposed tens of thousands of blameless youth to privacy and safety threats,” National Immigration Law Center Legal Director Karen Tumlin said. The post Judge Stays Order That Would Have Caused ‘Irreversible Harm to Thousands of Immigrant Youth’ appeared first on Rewire.

Immigration Laws Are Creating a Desperate Situation for Indigenous Farm Workers

"They contributed to Social Security, but they can’t get the benefits. If they go to Mexico, they can’t come back. They have to work, because there’s no alternative." Editor's note: For this two-part series about farm workers facingShow More Summary

OUTRAGE After AZ Sheriff Forced To Issue THIS Memorial Day Warning

President Obama has devastated America. By denouncing America’s immigration laws, he has signaled an “all clear” to illegals and drug cartel members to come on over to the U.S. whenever

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