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July 17, 2012 – Iowa Congressman to File Immigration Lawsuit against Obama
Iowa Republican Rep. Steve King’s lawsuit is in response to the Obama administration’s divisive announcement last month that the government would stop deporting certain undocumented immigrants who arrived in the United States as children. The congressman said a meeting was held last Tuesday with potential co-plaintiffs interested in signing on to the lawsuit to prevent the Obama administration from going through with its plan. Read the full story here...

July 16, 2012 – Immigrant files proposed class action suit over U.S. gay marriage ban
A Philippine immigrant filed a lawsuit seeking a legal right to stay in the United States based on her same-sex marriage to an American. The suit seeks to win for gays and lesbians the same immigration rights as heterosexual couples. The group that helped file the suit against the U.S. Department of Homeland Security called it the first proposed class action of its kind. The suit challenged the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), which defines marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Read the full story here...

July 13, 2012 – Tattoos Associated With Gang Symbols Derails Some Immigrants’ Green Cards
Concern about foreign gangs entering the U.S. has prompted Washington to delay or deny legal permanent residency (green cards) to some applicants with tattoos. The tattoo checks have ensnared scores of immigrants, mostly from Latin America, even though they have no criminal conviction. The denials are based on a section of immigration law that justifies “inadmissibility” on national-security grounds, including possible affiliation with criminal organizations. Read the full story here...

July 12, 2012 – Feds: No Change in Illegal Immigration Checks by Arizona Police since Ruling
Federal authorities have seen no change in the number of illegal immigration checks sought by local Arizona police and allowed under a state law partly upheld by a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, officials said Wednesday. Read the full story here...

July 11, 2012 – Wal-Mart Suspends Seafood Supplier C. J.’s Seafood for Abuse Charges of Foreign H Visa Workers
Immigrant workers said they were forced to work 16 to 24 hour shifts and had been locked into the plant, labored more than 80 hours a week, were threatened with beatings to press them to work faster, and had been warned that their families in Mexico would be hurt if they complained to authorities. “It’s one of the worst workplaces we ever encountered anywhere,” said Scott Nova, executive director of the Worker Rights Consortium, “The extreme lengths of the shifts people were required to work, the employer’s brazenness in violating wage laws, the extent of the psychological abuse the workers faced and the threats of violence against their families — that combination made it one of the most egregious workplaces we’ve examined, whether here or overseas.” Read the full story here...

July 9, 2012 – Holder Vows to Watch Closely Arizona Implementation of Immigration Enforcement Laws
The US Justice Department will continue to pay close attention to potential civil rights abuses that may arise from the implementation of a controversial Arizona immigration law, Attorney General Eric Holder told a major Hispanic advocacy group Saturday. Read the full story here...

July 6, 2012 – California Senate Passes "Anti-Arizona" Immigration Bill
The California Senate passed a bill on Thursday that seeks to shield undocumented immigrants from status checks by local police and challenges Republican-backed immigration crackdowns in Arizona and other U.S. states. The Democrat-led state Senate voted 21 to 13 to approve the California Trust Act, dubbed by supporters as the "anti-Arizona" bill. It blocks local police from referring a detainee to immigration officials for deportation unless that person has been convicted of a violent or serious felony. Read the full story here...

July 5, 2012 – Obama Urges Immigration Reform At Citizenship Ceremony
In a moving naturalization ceremony in the East Room of the White House, 25 active members of the military declared their allegiance to the United States and became U.S. citizens on Wednesday. The group hailed from countries ranging from the Ukraine to Cameroon to Honduras. President Barack Obama used the event to highlight his recent immigration announcement and renew the call for comprehensive immigration reform. Read the full story here...

July 3, 2012 – House Rep. Barletta Calls For Hearings on Obama’s Immigration Policy
Barletta criticized the Obama administration and Janet Napolitano for improperly using “prosecutorial discretion” in granting indefinitely renewable two-year work permits to undocumented immigrants. The congressman contends that while the president has the right to exercise prosecutorial discretion, U.S. Congress passed a law in 1996 that takes that ability away from the president in cases involving immigration issues. Read the full story here...

July 2, 2012 – Some Alabama Boards Not Following Immigration Law
Some state regulatory boards aren’t abiding by a requirement in Alabama’s immigration law that they check the legal residency of people getting licenses to do business in the state. The state Examiners of Public Accounts issued reports saying the Alabama Home Builders Licensure Board and the Alabama Manufactured Housing Commission have “not taken action to comply with state law that requires its licensees to be either United States citizens or lawfully present in the United States.” Read the full story here...

June 29, 2012 – Arizona SB1070 Immigration Law: News Media Incorrectly Reports Supreme Court Decision
The Court issued its decision last Monday about the four-part Arizona law, in which the Court struck down the strongest three parts of the law and left only one part standing, the weakest part. Yet this does not seem to be what the news media is reporting. Many of these stories are incorrectly reporting the Court's decision for what may be political purposes to get Latino voters riled up in an election year. Read the full story here...

June 28, 2012 – Federal Government to Streamline Backlogged Immigration Courts
Government officials have adopted a series of recommendations to streamline federal immigration courts, where a record-high number of backlogged cases has brought the “fairness and effectiveness” of the courts into question. Changes proposed by the Administrative Conference of the United States are aimed at easing the more than 300,000 pending cases in the courts, where it can take an average of 519 days from introduction to a judge’s decision. Read the full story here...

June 25, 2012 – Supreme Court Rules On Arizona Immigration Law, Strikes Down 3 of 4 Parts While Upholding Key Part
The Supreme Court struck down much of the Arizona's controversial immigration law today while upholding one key part. The Court upheld the part of the law that requires police officers to check the immigration status of people that officers suspect could be in the country illegally. The remaining three parts were struck down by the Court, which are: the part that makes it a crime for an immigrant to look for work without a work permit, the part that makes it a crime for an immigrant not to carry immigration documents, and the part that allows police to arrest those they believe have committed an offense that renders that person removable from the United States. Read the full story here...

June 25, 2012 – Romney Promises To Overturn Obama Immigration Plan
Mitt Romney vowed to overturn President Obama's directive to stop the deportation of young illegal immigrants on Thursday, saying he would replace that measure with comprehensive, long-term immigration reforms. Speaking to the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials conference in Orlando, Romney said Obama’s policy shift was politically motivated and that Obama put many other priorities ahead of immigration reform before being seized by an overwhelming need to do what he could have done on day one. “I will put in place my own long-term solution that will replace and supersede the president's temporary measure,” Romney said. Read the full story here...

June 22, 2012 – Immigration Lawyers Report Says Obama’s Immigration Move Is Legal
The immigration lawyers’ memo argues that expressing discretion about who gets prosecuted under federal law is in fact common across the US; that once prosecuting objectives are set, the executive branch has the authority to grant “deferred action” under a wide array of circumstances; and finally that prior administrations have used a variety of provisions to achieve similar policy objectives. Read the full story here...

June 21, 2012 – U.S. House Rep. Proposes Law To Block Obama’s New Immigration Program
Rep. Ben Quayle (R-Ariz.) introduced new legislation named the “Prohibiting Back-door Amnesty Act of 2012” that would block Obama’s recent immigration policy to halt deportations and grant deferred action to certain undocumented immigrants. Read the full story here...

June 20, 2012 – Undocumented Immigrants Hoping To Qualify for Obama Program Urged To Gather Data
Immigrants who want to participate in Obama’s new immigration program to give legal status to some undocumented people are advised to document their histories in the United States and be wary of unscrupulous consultants who are already trying to exploit them. It's unclear how the program will be administered. Department of Homeland Security officials have said they will announce details in 60 days. In the meantime, immigrant advocates said, unscrupulous consultants are already trying to take advantage of those who do not have legal status. Read the full story here...

June 19, 2012 – Supporters praise immigration order, call for permanent solution
The Obama administration’s announcement Friday that it will suspend the deportation of young illegal immigrants who entered the United States as children drew ebullient praise from advocates who have been lobbying for changes to the country’s immigration policies. Read the full story here...

June 18, 2012 – Congress Seems Unlikely to Overturn Obama’s New Immigration Policy
In Washington, D.C. recently, there is not a sense that Congress would seriously try to overturn Obama’s new immigration policy of “prosecutorial discretion” anytime soon, the policy in which the administration will not enforce deportation laws against certain young undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. before age 16. Read the full story here...

June 15, 2012 – Secretary Napolitano Announces Deferred Action Process for Young People Who Are Low Enforcement Priorities
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano today announced that effective immediately, certain young people who were brought to the United States as young children, do not present a risk to national security or public safety, and meet several key criteria will be considered for relief from removal from the country or from entering into removal proceedings. Those who demonstrate that they meet the criteria will be eligible to receive deferred action for a period of two years, subject to renewal, and will be eligible to apply for work authorization. Read the official DHS release here...

June 14, 2012 – Arizona Governor Wants Police Ready For Immigration Law Ruling
The U.S. Supreme Court could rule as early as Monday on the future of Arizona's controversial immigration law Senate Bill 1070, and Gov. Jan Brewer wants to make sure law enforcement is ready. Read the full story here...

June 13, 2012 – ACLU Demands Removal of Detainees from Arizona Immigration Detention Center
The ACLU demanded that DHS officials remove immigration detainees from the Pinal County Jail or immediately remedy unconstitutional conditions at the facility, where hundreds of detainees are held in unsanitary conditions and subjected to abuse. In a letter sent to ICE Director John Morton and other top government officials, the ACLU charges that an investigation into the jail has revealed unacceptable conditions of confinement that are indisputably punitive, despite the fact that the immigration detainees there are held on civil, and not criminal, charges. Read the full story here...

June 12, 2012 – Battle Over Arizona Immigration Law May Continue After Supreme Court Decision
A forthcoming U.S. Supreme Court decision on Arizona's controversial immigration law won't end legal disputes on the matter and instead is likely to ignite renewed assaults by the law's opponents. If Arizona wins at the Supreme Court, opponents say they likely would go back to lower courts to seek injunctions on other grounds before any provisions that win approval from the Supreme Court take effect. Read the full story here...

June 11, 2012 – Supreme Court Will Rule On Immigration Law Soon
The Supreme Court will soon make a decision on Arizona’s new law that would give local police the power to enforce immigration law. Only eight justices will rule on the case as Justice Elena Kagan recused herself. If the justices are split, the four disputed components would not go into law. Read the full story here...

June 8, 2012 – House Passes Bill Banning ICE From Providing Abortions
A Homeland Security spending bill approved by the GOP-led House on Thursday includes a provision to bar Immigration and Customs Enforcement from providing abortions for undocumented immigrant detainees. The measure, proposed by Rep. Robert Aderholt, R-Ala., would block ICE from using agency funding to provide abortion services for detainees except in the case of rape, incest or if there life of the mother would be endangered. Read the full story here...

June 7, 2012 – Ruling May Fuel Challenges to Arizona Immigration Law
Among the controversial provisions of SB 1070 is one that requires police officers to verify the immigration status of any individual if there is reasonable suspicion the person is undocumented. The Department of Justice says federal law pre-empts state statutes on matters of immigration enforcement. Now, an order from U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton may allow Arizona residents to challenge the law as individuals, even if the U.S. Supreme Court rules in the state’s favor. Bolton also initially blocked a majority of the law’s provisions in 2010. According to the East Valley Tribune, Bolton's ruling said individuals in Arizona may file suit if they feel they could be hurt if the law is put into effect. Read the full story here...

June 6, 2012 – Denver State College Plans to Cut Tuition Rate in Half for Undocumented Immigrants
Metropolitan State College of Denver may approve a new tuition structure that will cut the cost of college for undocumented immigrant students by more than half. A joint meeting of the board of trustees' academic affairs and finance committees will take up the proposal Wednesday. If it is recommended, the board of trustees will vote on it Thursday. The new rate would take effect for the fall semester. Read the full story here...

June 5, 2012 – Students Press for Action on Immigration
Young undocumented immigrants who say President Obama has done little to diminish the threat of deportations they face despite repeated promises, have started a campaign to press him to use executive powers to allow them to remain legally in the United States. The campaign is led by the United We Dream Network, the largest organization of young undocumented immigrants who would be eligible for legal status under a proposal in Congress known as the Dream Act. Read the full story here...

June 4, 2012 – Senator Grassley Asks GAO to Investigate Foreign-Student OPT Work Program
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa.) has asked the Government Accountability Office (GAO) to investigate the Optional Practical Training program that allows foreign students to work in the United States from 12 to 29 weeks. Grassley sent a letter to Comptroller General Gene Dodaro requesting an assessment of the OPT program, suggesting abuse and lack of government control and oversight. Read the full story here...

June 1, 2012 – Alternative Plan to DREAM Act Proposed in US House- STARS Act
US Representative David Rivera, R-Miami, has proposed legislation that would allow undocumented foreign national kids who entered the United States illegally to stay under certain conditions. The STARS Act would allow undocumented kids to get a five year nonimmigrant visa if they get admitted to college. Upon graduation, they would have the opportunity to adjust status to permanent residence, and later become US citizens. Read the full story here...

May 31, 2012 – Haitian Americans Urge Obama To Speed Up Visa Processing For Relatives
As Haitian Heritage month wraps up, Haitian American leaders are urging President Barack Obama to expedite the immigration process for tens of thousands of Haitians waiting for permission to live in the United States. Read the full story here...

May 30, 2012 – U.S. Increases Deportation Efforts of Criminal Immigrants
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has begun to increase the number of agents tasked with finding and deporting undocumented foreign nationals with criminal records by nearly 25%, transferring 150 officers from desks and other jobs to add extra fugitive search teams around the country. ICE seeks to increase the number of fugitive operations teams from 104 to 129. Each team has been given a goal of arresting 50 suspects per month, although ICE officials insisted that no quotas were set for the teams. Read the full story here...

May 29, 2012 – USCIS and the Smithsonian Institution Launch Preparing for the Oath
The USCIS and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History launched a web-based learning tool designed to help immigrants prepare for the civics portion of the naturalization test, Preparing for the Oath: U.S. History and Civics for Citizenship. It is based on the 100 civics questions and answers from which USCIS draws when administering the test. Read the full story here...

May 25, 2012 – CBP Reminds Travelers What to 'Know Before You Go'
With the start of the travel season this Memorial Day, U.S. Customs and Border Protection is reminding travelers of some important tips. With increasing passenger volumes due to a nine percent increase in travel and tourism since February 2011, there are things returning U.S. citizens or residents, and international visitors can do to help speed their processing. Read the full story here...

May 24, 2012 – Temporary Delay in Issuance of I-129 Receipt Notices
Due to the high number of recently filed I-129 petitions with USCIS, customers may experience a longer than usual period of time to receive a receipt notice from USCIS. Usually, customers can expect to receive their receipt notice within 30 days of delivery confirmation. However, due to an unexpectedly high volume of I-129 petitions, it may be an additional two to four weeks before customers receive a receipt notice. Read the full story here...

May 23, 2012 – USCIS Launches Online Filing System Today
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) today launched the first phase of its electronic immigration benefits system, known as USCIS ELIS. The system has been created to modernize the process for filing and adjudicating immigration benefits. Benefits of using USCIS ELIS include filing applications and paying fees online, shorter processing times, and the ability to update user profiles, receive notices, and respond to requests electronically. The system also includes tools to combat fraud and identify national security concerns. Read the full story here...

May 22, 2012 – Supreme Court Says Length Of US Residence By Immigrant Parents Cannot Be Considered In Deciding If Children Should Be Deported
The Supreme Court ruled on Monday that the length of lawful residence in the United States by immigrant parents cannot be considered by the federal government in deciding whether their children should be deported. The justices unanimously handed a victory to the Obama administration and overturned a ruling by a U.S. appeals court that immigrants who entered the United States as children may count their parents' years in this country to satisfy the residency requirements. Read the full story here...

May 21, 2012 – SMART Jobs Act Would Help Create A New F-4 Student Visa For Foreign Students In U.S. Colleges To Pursue Degrees In STEM Fields
Senators Chris Coons (D-Delaware) and Lamar Alexander (R-Tennessee) introduced the SMART Jobs Act, which would help create a new F-4 non-immigrant student visa for foreign students in U.S. colleges and universities to pursue master's or doctorate degrees in the science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) fields. The legislation would also enable those students to acquire green cards so they could stay in the U.S to find work and possibly start their own firms upon completion of their degrees.

May 18, 2012 – House Bill to Streamline Visa Process Runs Into Opposition From State Department
The State Department has concerns over a bill from House Representative Joe Heck, R-Nevada that would revamp the tourist visa process in key countries as a way to launch more visitors into the United States. The bill would set a 12-day standard to schedule visa interviews for people in the emerging and lucrative markets of Brazil, China and India who are contemplating visits to Las Vegas or other destinations. Heck's bill also provides a test program to conduct visa interviews by videoconference. Read the full story here...

May 17, 2012 – U.S. Embassy in Nairobi Has Begun Asking Somali Refugees for More Proof to Verify Identity
Recently, the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi began asking for more proof to verify that refugees applying to come here are who they say are. The result, according to immigration attorneys in Minnesota familiar with the changes, is that the embassy is rejecting applicants at an alarming rate. Read the full story here...

May 16, 2012 – Senator Seeks to Raise Number of Visas for Foreign High-Tech Workers
Senator John Cornyn, the senior Republican on a panel that oversees immigration, introduced a bill that would make an additional 55,000 visas available each year for graduates with master's and doctoral degrees who have studied at U.S. research institutions. Read the full story here...

May 15, 2012 – Deportation of Undocumented Immigrants Has Become Issue in Race for Texas Sheriff
The US government's Secure Communities program, which expedites deportation of undocumented immigrants in police custody, has become an issue in the sheriff's race in Travis County, Texas. John Sisson, former Austin Police Department lieutenant, who is challenging incumbent Sheriff Greg Hamilton in the Democratic primary, said "What is happening is inhumane. No one in Austin and its suburbs can drive a car for fear of being jailed and deported for a simple traffic violation.” But Hamilton, who aspires to a third term, said that his job as far as immigration matters are concerned has been to follow existing regulations and hand over detainees to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. "The only one that can deport and put an immigration detainer on an individual is an ICE agent, not us," the sheriff said. "At the Travis County Jail, we follow the law, and the law says that when an ICE detainer is put on, the law enforcement agency shall hold that individual for 48 hours." Read the full story here...

May 14, 2012 – Farmers May Cut Back On Crop Output Due To Alabama Immigration Law
Agriculture experts said labor shortages caused by the exodus of undocumented immigrant workers are one source of the cutbacks, along with higher wages for home-grown workers filling their spots. Some farmers claimed they didn’t have enough hands to harvest last year’s crops, a scenario that has apparently spurred many of them to scale back production. Read the full story here...

May 11, 2012 – ICE Increasing Use of Ankle Monitors, Even on Non-Criminals
ICE has been installing ankle monitors on people who are not criminals, have little incentive to run away and have a clear path to citizenship in the U.S. The program is run by a private contractor, called BI Incorporated. Over five years, the U.S. government will pay BI $372 million to operate ICE's ankle monitor program. Immigration reform advocate Ralph Isenberg is suing ICE, demanding reasonable standards for those who get an ankle monitor. “These monitors are beginning to smell awful fishy, as if there's too much profit involved for one company,” Isenberg said. Read the full story here...

May 10, 2012 – California State Legislator Proposes Plan to Legalize Undocumented Immigrants
Assemblyman Manuel Perez’s proposed bill, AB 1544, the California Agricultural Jobs and Industry Stabilization Program, would allow undocumented immigrants to get a permit authorizing them to live and work in the state if they pay a state fee, prove they are trying to become proficient in English, and have been working in California for at least 150 days can. Read the full story here...

May 9, 2012 – Federal Court Orders USCIS to Expedite Responses to FOIA Requests
U.S. Magistrate Paul Grewal in San Jose issued an injunction Monday that requires U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to respond to Freedom of Information Act requests within 20 days, or 30 days in unusual cases, when those requests are made by noncitizens who are applying for citizenship or legal residency or fighting deportation. Read the full story here...

May 8, 2012 – USCIS Opens Portland Field Office
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services officially opened its Portland Field Office yesterday. Improvements include an in-house Application Support Center, which can take fingerprints and photographs as part of the application process. Read the full story here...

May 7, 2012 – House Immigration Bill Would Redistribute Abuse Victim Cases Away From Vermont Service Center and Require Officers to Conduct In-Person Interviews
U.S. House Rep. Sandy Adams of Florida sponsored a bill that would redistribute responsibility for handling immigration cases involving abuse under the Violence Against Women Act to local USCIS service centers. The bill would also require officers to conduct in-person interviews with the petitioner and allow officers to gather other evidence including an interview with the U.S. citizen whom they accuse of abuse. Currently, applications are confidential for the petitioner’s safety. The House will discuss the bill on Tuesday. Read the full story here...

May 4, 2012 – Illinois Moves to Bar Privately Run Immigration Jail
The Executive Committee of the Illinois House of Representatives took another step toward approving a bill that would block construction of a privately run immigration detention center 60 kilometers (37 miles) south of Chicago. The panel supported SB 1064 by a vote of 7-4, a key step toward bringing the measure to the House floor. The bill already passed the Senate. SB 1064 would prohibit the state, counties and municipalities of Illinois from hiring private firms to administer detention centers. Read the full story here...

May 3, 2012 – DHS Again Extends Temporary Protected Status for Somali Immigrants
Secretary of Homeland Security Janet Napolitano has re-designated Somalia for Temporary Protected Status (TPS) and has extended the existing TPS designation for Somalia from Sept. 18, 2012 through March 17, 2014, allowing eligible nationals of Somalia to register or re-register for TPS in accordance with the Federal Register notice. Read the full story here...

May 2, 2012 – ICE Intelligence Director Pleads Guilty to Defrauding the Government
Former Immigration and Customs Enforcement Intelligence Director James M. Woosley, 48, pleaded guilty to defrauding the government in a scheme involving counterfeit travel vouchers and timesheets exchanged for more than $180,000 himself. Woosley was in charge of the intelligence that supported ICE raids and major customs operations worldwide. Read the full story here...

May 1, 2012 – U.S. Supreme Court To Review Constitutional Right to Effective Assistance Of Counsel Regarding Possible Deportation From A Guilty Plea
The Supreme Court will decide how broadly to apply its two-year old ruling that immigrants have a constitutional right to effective assistance of counsel and must be told about possible deportation resulting from a guilty plea. The justices said they would consider whether its prior ruling would apply retroactively to previous convictions or only to convictions after that date. In its original ruling, the Supreme Court decided by a 7-2 vote that an immigrant's constitutional right to effective counsel was violated when his attorney mistakenly told him he could plead guilty to drug charges without being deported. Read the full story here...

April 30, 2012 – Immigration Officials Relax Detention In Minor Traffic Cases
ICE spokeswoman Barbara Gonzalez said Immigration officials will no longer immediately detain suspected undocumented immigrants who are arrested only on minor traffic violations and have no criminal history. Read the full story here...

April 27, 2012 – House Speaker Boehner Says It Would Be Difficult to Do Rubio's Immigration Bill
Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, is crafting a bill that would permit young illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. with their parents to apply for non-immigrant visas. They would be allowed to stay to study or work and obtain a driver's license but would not be able to vote. They could apply for residency later, but they would not have a special path to citizenship. Boehner indicated that politics would make it hard for lawmakers to try to resolve the divisive issue in this election year. Read the full story here...

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