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New Directive for those with Human Rights Violations

It appears that ICE and DHS are following through in accordance with their new directive of targeting immigrants with criminal records and especially those that have committed human rights violations.

Since 2004, ICE has arrested more than 200 people for human rights violations and deported more than 400, ICE spokeswoman Nicole Navas said. The agency is […]

Immigration and the Housing Crisis

Can immigration help fix some of the problems with the housing crisis?  The government thinks that it can.   Two Senators are preparing to introduce a bipartisan bill that would give residence visas to foreigners who spend at least $500,000 to buy houses in the U.S.

Here is an article from the L.A. Times:


In essence, the […]

Corruption is Widespread!

This article March 2011 comes from Will Bigham, Staff Writer from illegalaliennews.com.  I know this article is a little old but after writing some blog spots on corrupt immigration attorneys I thought it fair to mention that the private sector is not the only side that is having trouble when it comes to corrupt practices.  […]

Building a Wall?

We have debt crisis, a housing market collapse, and the stock market is moving up and down faster than a roller coaster and yet certain people expect Arizona residents to donate to build a border wall.   This may be the silliest thing that I have ever heard.  Proponents of building the wall are making the […]

Secure Communities and Immigration

While the Obama administration has started to relax on the prosecution of illegal immigrants who have no criminal records, they have decided to stick with Secure Communities, the discredited but rapidly growing immigration-enforcement program that has helped it deport a million people in the last two and a half years.

Secure Communities is a […]

An Unusual Opinion

I came across this article the other day and was a little shocked at the outcome. I felt that the dissenting judge had it right when it was stated that, “The danger to Mrs. Demiraj and her son lies in being a Demiraj, and any rational reading of asylum law would provide them protection.” Again, another example of […]

Immigration and Same-Sex Couples: Where the Law Currently Stands

On June 26, 2013, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a landmark ruling in the case of State v. Windsor.  In this monumental decision, the Supreme Court struck down the Defense of Marriage Act, or DOMA, and compelled the U.S. government to treat all marriages uniformly, whether they are opposite or same-sex.  The case itself […]

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