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Tag Archives: Immigration Law
Hola: Boehner Prepares to Push Amnesty Bill Through House, Washington Times
He’s hired a “professional amnesty advocate” as an adviser.
Another way for Obama to flout the law.
On Illegal Immigration, More Cities Are Rolling out a Welcome Mat, Christian Science Monitor
Tucson is an “immigrant welcoming city.”
Holding Foreign Visitors to Their Promises, National Review
There is still no visa exit-tracking system, though Congress first mandated it in 1996.
Visa leniency will apply mainly to Europeans who have immediate relatives in the US.
Zuckerberg, Undocumented Immigrants ‘Hack’ for Immigration Reform, Los Angeles Times
They will write “apps” that support amnesty.
Immigration Shifts Political Power, Center for Immigration Studies
Congressional districts and the electoral college count people–including illegals–not citizens.
Can Obama Legalize 11 Million Immigrants on His Own?, Washington Post
He has the power only to defer deportation.
Not everyone has given up on passing amnesty this year.
Boehner: House Won’t Negotiate with Senate on Immigration Bill, Washington Times
This “signals the end of chances for action on immigration this year.”
How Immigration Died–Part 1, The Hill
A look inside the negotiations.
Latinos, Whites Split on Immigrant Laws Ok’d by Brown, Los Angeles Times
But not by as much as you might expect.
He says “some very conservative folks” also want amnesty.
Even Luis Gutierrez says they go too far.
New Push for Immigration Reform Will Target 9 House Republicans, Washington Post
Activists want pro-amnesty Republicans to pressure colleagues.
Statement from Conservative Leaders on Pending Immigration Legislation in the House of Representatives, American Conservative Union
They want illegal immigrants legalized.
Union boss: “Latino voters control the long-term fate and future of the Republican Party.”
Deportation Numbers Unwrapped, Center for Immigration Studies
Obama administration falsifies the numbers in order to claim record number of deportations.
Chamber Pushes Boehner to Pass Immigration Bill, Daily Caller
They want millions of new workers every year.
The party doesn’t want to go from one defeat to another.
The Latino Victory Project will fight Republicans who oppose immigration.
A “week of escalation” will target Republicans with large numbers of Hispanics in their districts.
At ‘Justice for Immigrants’ Mass, Bishop Calls Jesus ‘Divine Immigrant’, National Catholic Reporter
Hosted by Catholic Charities and Office of Catholic Social Services.
More Illegal Immigrants Ask for Asylum, Wall Street Journal
“Credible fear” are the magic words.
They want to prevent deportations through direct activism.
One congressman thinks Obama is trying to destroy the Republican Party.
“The day after.”
How Many New Voters Would S.744 Create?, Center for Immigration Studies
Senate bill would add 17 million new voters by 2036.
200 activists had themselves arrested.
30 members of Congress expected to attend.
Governor says, “This is only the first step.”
It is more lax on border security than the Senate’s bill.
Some Republicans want citizenship for “Dreamers” and legal status for other illegals.
“Trust Act” would challenge federal authority over immigration.
Even if it becomes law, firms will still not be able to hire illegal immigrant lawyers.
California Gives Expanded Rights to Noncitizens, New York Times
Many other states are following that example.
U.S. Releases Illegal Immigrants Who Are Sex Offenders, Washington Times
The 2,837 illegals can’t be deported because their home countries don’t want them.
Only after they are jailed do they reveal they are US citizens.
Illegal Immigrants Chain Themselves to White House Fence, Washington Times
Will Obama have them deported?
Hundreds of big businesses clamor for cheap labor and amnesty.
He was demanding amnesty at a town hall meeting.
Immigration Reform Falls to the Back of the Line, New York Times
Congress will probably not consider amnesty until the end of the year or later.
5 Immigration Falsehoods from the White House, The Foundry
Cecilia Muñoz lists illusory advantages.
There are more from Mexico than from any other country.
Immigrant Fights to Become California Lawyer, KTVU (San Francisco)
If he swears to uphold the rule of law, perhaps he will self-deport.
The President has already started down that path.
Says women are raped because they are illegals.
She has some nerve.