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'Ability to Integrate': Denmark to Introduce New Rules for Young Immigrants

The Danish Parliament on Tuesday is considering the new integration law that, if adopted, will be imposed on immigrant children over the age of six, The Local news portal reported.

Family Of Katie Steinle Sues Immigration Officials, San Francisco Sheriff

Nearly a year after the murder of Katie Steinle, her family has filed a lawsuit aimed at the immigration and law enforcement officials that set the killing in motion The post Family Of Katie Steinle Sues Immigration Officials, San Francisco Sheriff appeared first on RedState.

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

San Francisco Is Keeping the Law for Protecting Illegal Immigrants

Even after the death of an American woman shot by a Mexican national, San Francisco is still determined to keep its law for protecting illegal immigrants.

Rethinking Arizona's Identity Theft Laws

On May 2, a federal court in Arizona allowed Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio to continue his workplace raids to search for undocumented immigrants using false identities to work. In the wake of this decision, we should reconsider how we define identity theft. Show More Summary

Tesla accident highlights the need to ensure worker visas aren't abused

American immigration law allows employees of overseas firms to enter the country for a limited period of time to do business for their employers, including overseeing installation of machinery or other specialized products. The law does not allow those employees, who are here legally on what is...

ISN’T EVERYTHING, THESE DAYS? Libertarian VP Candidate Likens Trump’s Immigration Policy to Kris…

ISN’T EVERYTHING, THESE DAYS? Libertarian VP Candidate Likens Trump’s Immigration Policy to Kristallnacht. I thought Al Gore and the New York Times had the lock on that codicil of Godwin’s Law, at least for radical environmental purposes, before Al tacitly declared Mission Accomplished on environmentalism by selling out to oil-rich Qatar. Besides, as Kathy Shaidle […]

How California's Approach to Immigration Is Ahead of the Curve

In 1994, California voters approved one of the harshest anti-immigrant laws in U.S. history, Proposition 187. Today, as we mark the 20th annual Immigrant Day in Sacramento, our state is recognized as having the strongest pro-immigrant...Show More Summary

Top 3 sources Immigration to US every Decade since 1820 (Animated Map)

Metrocosm | (Animated video) | – – “From 1920 to 2013, 79 million people obtained lawful permanent resident status in the United States. This map visualizes all of them based on their…

Faithfully Executed: Obama's Immigration Plan and the Supreme Court

This piece was written in collaboration with four of my amazing students at the University of Chicago Law School: Samuel Jahangir, Benjamin Montague, Zeshawn Qadir, and Robert S. Sandoval. Last month, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in United States v. Show More Summary

Temporary Protected Status Means Never Having to Go Home

Congress in 1990 created something called Temporary Protected Status in an attempt to hem in unilateral executive actions on immigration. The law created a framework for presidents to let illegal aliens from a country stay here for a...Show More Summary

What the Headlines Don't Say: Truth Behind UK's 'Shameful' Immigration Bill

As Britain's immigration bill becomes law, how does this new legislation actually impact refugees and migrants?

Voter ID Laws Trashed By Univision

The anti-law enforcement bias prevalent in the way Univision covers the news isn’t limited to bias against enforcement of U.S. immigration law. It also extends to include bias against voter ID laws across the country - laws that are designed to protect against voter fraud and safeguard the integrity of the American electoral process.

U.S. v. Texas: How the Supreme Court Got Tangled in Immigration Law

You likely have heard about the high-stakes case U.S. v. Texas, which pits the federal government against twenty-six states over a policy that would allow an estimated four million undocumented individuals to stay here temporarily. Texas...Show More Summary

Trump Surrogate ‘Sheriff Joe’ Arpaio Busted for Racial Profiling

Arizona’s self-proclaimed enforcer of immigration laws may soon find himself behind bars after a federal judge rules that his office engaged in systematic racial harassment of his state’s Latino population.

The Specter of Open Borders

(May 13, 2016 09:43 AM, by Bryan Caplan) Great short old piece by Matt Yglesias:[T]he specter of truly open borders is such an obvious specter for nativists to raise that proponents of more liberal immigration laws had better have something sensible to say about it.Indeed, the nativists I've... (0 COMMENTS)

Morning Wrap: K&L Gates D.C. Forefather Retires | So long, Michael Ratner | Legal Battle of John and Yoko

K&L Gates renames a conference room after a retiring partner, plus coverage of law firms on Jeopardy!, the legacy of Michael Ratner, and the immigration ballad of John and Yoko.       

Great moments in immigration law

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I’ve already recommended Short Circuits, the well-written newsletter by John Ross of the Institute for Justice that briefly digests interesting decisions from the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeal. Until recently you needed to subscribeShow More Summary

Is the war against the Islamic State illegal? A new lawsuit should prompt Congress to decide.

In April, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments about the Obama administration’s contested immigration initiatives and whether they go beyond the president’s legal authority to execute the law. Notably, the House of Representatives sent its own lawyer for the occasion. That extra attorney was there because the court had allowed the House to formally make […]

First Slice 5/11/16: Immigrant students arrested while protesting state Board of Regents meeting

A group of undocumented students protested the state Board of Regents meeting yesterday morning. In Georgia, "students without lawful presence in the country [are prevented from] from attending any institution in the system that has not enrolled all of its academically qualified applicants for the previous two years.…

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