In a key test of President Barack Obama's efforts to overhaul immigration law without congressional action, administration lawyers will on Friday ask a federal appeals court to lift an injunction blocking his executive action meant to help undocumented immigrants. Show More Summary
Democratic policy involving immigration is the mirror image of Democratic attitudes toward slavery and segregation.
Mike Krieger is one of the cofounders of Instagram, the popular photo-sharing app that Facebook bought for $1 billion in 2012. But because of a flaw in US immigration law, Krieger might have left Instagram before it even developed its first product in 2010. Show More Summary
As if Obama’s crusade to prioritize illegals over Americans hasn’t tanked his approval ratings enough, Emperor Obama has tinkered with America’s immigration laws yet again, according to a report from
House Judiciary Committee uses gif-filled listicle to argue against immigration reform. (via judiciary.house.gov, sadly) Are you confused about the enforcement of immigration laws? Would you like the issue mansplained to you using aShow More Summary
Obama is at it again and this time hardly anyone has noticed. He just issued yet another unconstitutional executive order to change our immigration laws by fiat. The indispensable Byron
BYRON YORK: Did you know Obama just took new executive action on immigration? “This week President Obama took unilateral executive action — again — to change the nation’s immigration laws. Almost no one noticed. Obama intends to make it easier to bring more foreign guest workers to the United States — likely at significant cost […]
All by way of the higher goal of nailing more employers [Sean Higgins, Washington Examiner; more on the National Labor Relations Board] Tags: immigration law, National Labor Relations Board NLRB to help illegal workers secure visas is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
There’s a growing number of people in Texas who are standing up for immigration enforcement and the rule of law: Hispanic Americans. While this...
A Mexican citizen who pled guilty to violating U.S. immigration law cannot have his sentence overturned because the district court failed to directly reference applicable sentencing guidelines, the Sixth Circuit ruled on Monday. Jose Solano-Rosales was sentenced to supervised release after he pled guilty to entering the U.S. without......
Baptist leaders in Texas are speaking out against Senate Bill 185, which they claim will force them to violate biblical injunctions about welcoming strangers, Baptist News‘ Ken Camp reports. The bill, introduced by Republican state Senator Charles Perry, would eliminate “sanctuary...
Gov. Bobby Jindal (R-LA) has generated controversy for himself, yet again, by proposing that the U.S. government reform immigration laws to actively exclude Muslims who might potentially "want to come and try to impose some variant of Sharia law." On Wednesday evening, Fox's Megyn Kelly pressed the governor a bit on whether such ideas violate fundamental American principles.
A Van Nuys man will serve time in jail after he was convicted of practicing immigration law without a license, the Los Angeles city attorney's office said Wednesday.
THE ECONOMIST: Tu casa es mi casa. “America is a country built by immigration, but nothing in its history compares to the rise in its Hispanic population. Changes to immigration law in the 1960s triggered a decades-long surge in arrivals, taking the Hispanic population from just 7m in 1970 to 57m today, a number that […]
AMERICA is a country built by immigration, but nothing in its history compares to the rise in its Hispanic population. Changes to immigration law in the 1960s triggered a decades-long surge in arrivals, taking the Hispanic population from just 7m in 1970 to 57m today, a number that is set to double by mid-century. Show More Summary
Former Governor Jeb Bush (R., Fla.) described providing a legal status to illegal immigrants in the country as “the only serious, thoughtful way” to conclude an immigration law reform that begins with securing the border. “Immigrants...Show More Summary
Gilberto Suarez, the man who helped Los Angeles Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig escape Cuba in 2012, will serve time in prison and be under house arrest for his role in violating U.S. immigration laws. According to The Associated Press (via ESPN.com), Suarez was " sentenced Friday to a month in prison and five months' house arrest" as a result: U.S. Show More Summary
A South Florida businessman who received $2.5 million from Yasiel Puig for helping to smuggle the Dodgers outfielder into the United States was sentenced Friday to a one-month prison term for violating U.S. immigration laws.
The right-leaning American Action Forum calculated the cost of deporting 11 million people. It hopes the answer will change the debate.
Both possible 2016 presidential contenders said changes to immigration law should focus less on family ties and more on economic factors. Image: C-SPAN The post Marco Rubio and Jeb Bush, Immigration ‘Moderates,’ Take Focus Off Families at CPAC appeared first on RH Reality Check.