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Immigration Advocates in Michigan Criticize Secure Communities
Immigration Advocates in Michigan Criticize Secure Communities

Secure Communities, a program of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) involving closer cooperation between federal immigration authorities and state and local law enforcement, is coming under fire from an increasing number of immigrant advocates and others. Critics ...

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Blog posts in March, 2012

  • USCIS Plans Revisions to Employment Eligibility Verification Form

    U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has announced that it is planning revisions to Form I-9 , the Employment Eligibility Verification ...

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  • Immigrant Saved from Deportation Thanks to Same-Sex Marriage, but Still Has No Affirmative Legal Status

    A Houston, Texas man received excellent news on Thursday, March 8, 2012, when an immigration judge closed the deportation case pending against him. ...

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  • Syria TPS Designation - Syrian Citizens in US Can Now Apply for TPS

    Prominent Immigration Lawyer Ghassan “Gus” Shihab , who is of Syrian origin himself applauds the US government for announcing that it will designate ...

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  • Undocumented Students Rally in Detroit and Other Cities to Protest Deportation

    A series of protest rallies have sought to highlight the issues faced by young undocumented immigrants. The National Immigrant Youth Alliance (NIYA) ...

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  • Visa Bulletin Prediction for Indian and China Born Citizens for May-June 2012

    Last week, the man responsible for the advancement and retrogression of immigrant visa numbers in the Visa Bulletin made a stark announcement during ...

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  • K Visa Alternative: Consular Processing Green Card for Fiancé/Spouse

    If you want to get married abroad and complete visa processing before coming to the United States, an alternative to the K-1/K-2 fiancée visa and the ...

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  • Democrats in Congress Bring the Violence Against Women act, Which can Impact Immigration Cases, for Reauthorization

    The Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA) is a federal law that provides for additional resources for the investigation and prosecution of violent ...

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  • Ohio Woman Tells How She Escaped Slavery in Mauritania and Gained Asylum in the United States

    A Mauritanian woman named Marieme (a pseudonym) who lives in Cincinnati recently shared her story with CNN , telling how she escaped a life of slavery ...

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  • Michigan State University Study Suggests the U.S. Citizenship is Unfair and Unreliable

    Immigrants who wish to become citizens of the United States must pass an examination administered by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services ...

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