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Immigration

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Latest News in Immigration

  • November 16, 2018

    NY Says Funding Ban For Sanctuary Locales Unconstitutional

    The state of New York, along with several other jurisdictions, pressed a Manhattan federal judge Friday to issue a nationwide injunction blocking the Trump administration from cutting off law enforcement funding for so-called sanctuary jurisdictions, arguing new conditions for the funds are unlawful and unconstitutional.

  • November 16, 2018

    DHS 'Public Charge' Test Hurts Women, Elderly, Study Finds

    The Trump administration’s draft rule that would allow green card applications to be denied based on the applicant’s likelihood of using public benefits in the future would disproportionately target women, children and the elderly and could disrupt family unity, a new study released Friday by the Migration Policy Institute concluded.

  • November 16, 2018

    ICE Detainee's Wedding Case Tossed For Lack Of Response

    A California federal judge has tossed a suit accusing U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement of violating immigration laws and the U.S. Constitution by standing in the way of a marriage between a detained Mexican man and his longtime girlfriend.

  • November 16, 2018

    12 AGs Call For End Of Policy Slowing Family Reunification

    Attorneys general from 12 states have urged the Trump administration to promptly reverse a policy that has allegedly impeded the release of unaccompanied immigrant children from U.S. Department of Health and Human Services custody to their family members or designated sponsors in the U.S.

  • November 16, 2018

    BIA Erred In Removing Denaturalized Nigerian, 5th Circ. Says

    The Fifth Circuit has tossed a Board of Immigration Appeals order to deport a Nigerian man who argued that he was already a naturalized citizen at the time of his conviction, ruling that the man was not “rendered an ‘alien'” after being convicted of making false statements on his citizenship form.

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