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Coming to America: Your Guide to Immigration Law in the Trump-Times

19 hours agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

As with any situation, being informed and having the right information is the first step to action and might make the future seem less scary, so that’s what I’m here for.

Princeton: We Won't Be A "Sanctuary Campus"

Princeton University president Christopher Eisgruber sent out a letter expressing his support for President Obama’s policy of not enforcing immigration laws against people who were brought (or kept) in this country illegally as minors. Show More Summary

AgriTalk: Texas grower discusses need for immigration reform

Immigration law remains a major concern for Texas growers, J Allen Carnes, owner of Uvalde, Texas-based Winter Garden Produce, said on a recent AgriTalk segment. “Labor’s a thing we wake up every day wondering if we have enough people in this crew or enough people in that crew,” Carnes said.

ANDREW MCCARTHY: Trump and Enforcement of the Immigration Laws. Trump emissaries assert that the …

ANDREW MCCARTHY: Trump and Enforcement of the Immigration Laws. Trump emissaries assert that the president-elect will step up border enforcement and prioritize the deportation of criminal aliens – i.e., those who’ve committed serious and/or repetitious state and federal crimes, not just immigration-law violations. Show More Summary

Kris Kobach suggests local police should identify illegal immigrants

last weekNews : The Raw Story

A plan proposed to President-elect Donald Trump that could help him fulfill his campaign pledge on deporting undocumented immigrants involves deputizing local police officers to implement U.S. immigration laws, USA Today reported. The plan was found among a list of other proposals for the...

Mos Def Allowed To Leave South Africa After Issuing Apology For Using Unrecognized Passport

Free at last! Rapper Mos Def, AKA Yasiin Bey, left South Africa on Tuesday after he apologized for breaking some of the nation's immigration laws. Related: Bey Releases Song About His Arrest The 42-year-old has been stuck in the country since January when he was arrested for trying to leave with a World Passport. South Africa does not [...]

White Supremacist Group To File Federal Demand To End Non-Profit Status For Southern Poverty Law Center

last weekLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Breitbart celebrates: An immigration reform group says the Southern Poverty Law Center legal firm is violating federal tax rules for non-profits by acting “as a campaign operation for one political party.” The Immigration Law ReformShow More Summary

Trump's Possible Homeland Security Secretary Flashes Horrifying Immigration Plan

Kris Kobach, the controversial Secretary of State of Kansas known for designing a largely unconstitutional Arizona immigration law, met with president-elect Donald Trump on Sunday. We now know he was there to discuss his plans for what a department of homeland security might look like under a secretary Kobach and what some of those plans might be. Show More Summary

Kobach, Kansas architect of restrictive immigration laws, meets with Trump

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach met with President-elect Donald Trump for half an hour on Sunday afternoon. Trump has been hosting a series of meetings at his private golf … Click to Continue »

Trump’s National Security Choices Reinforce His Unapologetic Views on Terrorism

By selecting Jeff Sessions, Mike Pompeo and Michael T. Flynn, Mr. Trump moved to realize his campaign’s vision of relentlessly enforcing immigration laws and viewing Muslims with suspicion.

Rahm Emmanuel Challenges Trump on Sanctuary Cities

Who is going to call sanctuary cities to account when the president of the United States refuses to enforce our immigration laws?

Extremist Kris Kobach could be attorney general

Kansas’ Secretary of State has had a controversial run, and his hard-line stances will not sit well. Kobach was the architect of one of the toughest immigration laws in the country, which he drafted when he was a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Arizona’s controversial 2010 SB-1070 law requires law enforcement officers to [...]

Local Officials Adopt Defiant Stance Regarding Immigration Law

Nonvoting moonbats rioting on the streets of Portland aren’t the only ones who have not dealt constructively with their disappointment over Trump’s election. Some local officials seem intent on provoking

Rahm to Cost Taxpayers

Amazing how we're expected to follow all sorts of laws, but Rahm can just ignore Federal Law so he can pander to yet another group in search of a third term.We certainly hope that Trump enforces immigration laws as they're written, and he sticks it to city's that think they don't have to follow the law. Show More Summary

LAPD Top Cop Says His Department Will Not Abide by Trump’s Immigration Laws

Well, here’s a prime example of a public official being a tool. I get the total disgust at a President Trump. I do not get an officer of the law thumbing his nose at our laws. The Los Angeles Police Department will not make any moves to enforce any immigration laws put forth by Trump, per the orders of their chief. Show More Summary

LAPD Chief Refuses President-Elect Trump's Immigration Plan: "We're Not Going To Help Deportation Efforts"

Despite President-Elect Trump's confirmed plan to toughen immigration laws and deport millions of illegal 'criminal' immigrants, LA Times reports that LAPD chief Charlie Beck said he has no plans to follow Trump's demands, "we are not going to engage in law enforcement activities solely based on somebody’s immigration status. Show More Summary

LAPD will not help deport immigrants under Trump, chief says

Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck said Monday that he has no plans to change the LAPD’s stance on immigration enforcement, despite President-elect Donald Trump’s pledge to toughen federal immigration laws and deport millions of people upon taking office. For decades, the LAPD has distanced...

Supporters Warn Trump to Deliver on Campaign Promises

Kathryn Stellmack expects the world from Donald Trump. After listening to his speeches and casting her vote for him, she expects Trump to toughen immigration laws, restore lost jobs, upend a corrupt political system, build a wall onShow More Summary

Supporters to Trump: break campaign promises at your peril

3 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

Kathryn Stellmack expects the world from Donald Trump. After listening to his speeches and casting her vote for him, she expects Trump to toughen immigration laws, restore lost jobs, upend a corrupt political system, build a wall on the border, and be, as the millionaire put it, the “greatest...

Immigrants' Rights at a Supreme Court "Tipping Point"

Marielena Hincapié, Executive Director, National Immigration Law Center Nan Aron, President, Alliance for Justice Immigration is baked into our country's DNA. The way we welcome newcomers speaks volumes about who we are and the values we hold dear as a nation. Show More Summary

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