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Trial Of Unsuccessful Law Faculty Applicant's Lawsuit Against Iowa Set For Trial On March 8

Following up on my previous posts (links below): Donald S. Dobkin, 62, a partner in a Troy, Michigan immigration law boutique law firm who describes himself as "the most prolific academic scholar ever to come out of the ranks of the practicing immigration bar," has sued the University of Iowa...

German Cabinet Agrees on Tougher Refugee Legislation

According to spokesman, German government agreed Wednesday to introduce a new package of immigration laws regulating the reception and accommodation of refugees.

Daily Headlines: February 2, 2016

Dominican Republic: A group of U.S. rabbis who recently visited the Dominican Republic condemned the country’s immigration laws that left “stateless” tens of thousands of residents of Haitian background. Puerto Rico: Puerto Rican officials...Show More Summary

Sunday wrap

Who said it? 1. “When I’m the president, we’re going to pass immigration laws that secure our borders.” 2. “We don’t view any state as a ‘must-win.'” 3. “While Republicans in Congress tried more than 60 times to kill Obamacare, Mr. Kasich did an end-run around Ohio’s Republican Legislature to secure a $13 billion Medicaid […]

Huffington Post's Stunning Ignorance of Immigration Law

(January 30, 2016 01:52 PM, by David Henderson) "Yes, we're planning to add this note to all future stories about Trump," the [Huffington Post] spokesperson said. "No other candidate has called for banning 1.6 billion people from the country! If any other candidate makes such a proposal, we'll... (0 COMMENTS)

Denmark's Harsh New Immigration Law Will End Badly for Everyone

C OPENHAGEN, Denmark -- Prior to the cartoon crisis of 2005-6, which arose after a Danish newspaper published a handful of cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammad, Denmark did not have strong national brand recognition in the Middle East and North Africa. Show More Summary

Ai Weiwei Withdraws Art from Two Danish Museums in Protest of Controversial Immigration Law

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

Ai Weiwei has withdrawn his art from two museums in Denmark to protest a law passed yesterday by the Danish parliament viewed by many as an anti-immigration measure.

Danish parliament passes tough immigration laws

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - The Danish parliament on Tuesday passed a package of measures to deter refugees from seeking asylum, including confiscating valuables to pay for their stay, despite protests from international human rights organizations.

Tech Workers Replaced by Immigrants Sue Disney

Disney and two outsourcing companies abused immigration law by colluding to bring in foreign workers to replace Americans, according to lawsuits from two tech workers. Leo Perrero and Dena Moore say that before they were laid off with around 250 other people in 2014, they had to train lower-priced replacements...

Georgia's Sen. Perdue says opposes federal judge nominee

Perdue said in a statement Thursday that the nomination of Dax Lopez is "unattainable" in the Senate because of Lopez's past association as a board member of a Hispanic advocacy group that lobbies against tougher immigration laws.

Mos Def Claims There Are 'Political Motivations' Behind His Immigration Charges In South Africa — Announces His Retirement On Kanye West's Website

No more parties in S.A. for Yasiin Bey! As we reported, the rapper better known as Mos Def was arrested last week in South Africa for violating local immigration laws. The 42-year-old has now been charged with using a false passport and helping his family illegally stay in the country on an expired visa since 2014. South African [...]

Yasiin Bey Arrested in South Africa for Fake Passport

Yasiin Bey, the rapper-actor formerly known as Mos Def, was arrested Thursday at South Africa's Cape Town International Airport for violating local immigration laws. Bey appeared in court after the arrest, according to South Africa Department of Home Affairs spokesman Mayihlome Tshwete, The Associated Press reports. He has 14 days...

Yasiin Bey (Aka Mos Def) Arrested For Using 'World Passport' in South Africa

3 weeks agoNews : Newsweek: US

The hip-hop artist formerly known as Mos Def (now Yasiin Bey) was arrested Thursday at Cape Town International airport for violating local immigration laws and attempting to leave South Africa with illegal documentation. Associated Press...Show More Summary

The Rapper Formerly Known as Mos Def Was Arrested in Cape Town With a World Passport. What's a World Passport?

The AP reports that Yasiin Bey, the rapper and actor formerly known as Mos Def, was arrested at Cape Town International Airport and has been given 14 days to leave the country after violating immigration laws. After relocating to South...Show More Summary

#FreeYasiinBey: Mos Def Popped In South Africa For Traveling With A Fake Passport

Rapper Mos Def or Yasiin Bey is in hot water after being busted in South Africa for violating local immigration laws while trying to leave the country. According to AP reports the rapper has been detained for trying to travel

Mos Def arrested in South Africa for violating immigration laws, may be banned from the country for five years

photo: Yasiin Bey in Chicago in 2015 (more by James Richards IV) Yasiin Bey, fka Mos Def, was reportedly arrested in a South African airport. According to AP:Mos Def has 14 days to leave South Africa after he was arrested...

Rapper Mos Def Arrested In South Africa!

Mos Def isn't having a good week! According to a government rep in South Africa, the rapper was arrested for violating local immigration laws this past Thursday. Apparently the musician, whose real name is Yasiin Bey, revealed an unrecognized "world passport" when attempting to leave the country. While Bey used an American passport to enter the country [...]

Rapper Mos Def Arrested At South African Airport

JOHANNESBURG (AP) -- The American entertainer commonly known as Mos Def has 14 days to leave South Africa after he was arrested for violating local immigration laws while trying to leave the country, a government spokesman said Friday. Show More Summary

European rights body 'deeply concerned' at Danish migrant rule reforms

COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Europe's human rights and democracy body said on Friday it was "deeply concerned" at proposed changes to Danish immigration laws that make it harder for migrants to stay in Denmark.

Hillary gets her mind right

(Scott Johnson) Democratic orthodoxy is fundamentally hostile to immigration law that imposes real limits. It adheres to doctrinaire Lennonism at its core: “Imagine there’s no countries/It isn’t hard to do.” It’s even easier to “imagine” if you make the concept of illegal immigration a thoughtcrime, as it has become in the Democratic Party. Show More Summary

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