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Immigration

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Latest News in Immigration

  • January 15, 2019

    MLB Deal To Open Door For Cuban Players Is No Home Run

    A new deal between Major League Baseball and the Cuban Baseball Federation has the potential to open the floodgates for Cuban-born baseball players to play professionally in the U.S. without having to defect, but the regulatory changes that made the deal possible could be primed for a reversal.

  • January 15, 2019

    Citizenship Question Ruling Offers Model For Peer Courts

    A New York federal judge laid out exhaustive arguments for why U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross violated the Administrative Procedure Act by including a question about citizenship status on the 2020 census Tuesday, offering a road map for other pending legal challenges and anticipating issues in a likely appeal, attorneys said.

  • January 15, 2019

    Google, Amazon Urged To Keep Face ID Tech From Feds

    Dozens of advocacy groups joined together Tuesday to push Microsoft, Google and Amazon to refrain from selling face surveillance technology to the federal government, arguing that such a move would undermine public trust in their businesses and hand the government sweeping new power to target immigrants and minorities.

  • January 15, 2019

    Shutdown Causes 43K Canceled Immigration Court Hearings

    Nearly 43,000 immigration court hearings have been canceled since the federal government shut down in late December, according to new data from Syracuse University, wreaking havoc on the already overstuffed immigration courts and opening up individuals with valid immigration claims to yearslong delays.

  • January 15, 2019

    No Shutdown Pause In Child Refugee Detention Policy Fight

    A Manhattan federal judge on Tuesday ordered the Trump administration to proceed with two proposed class actions claiming child refugees are being subjected to unreasonable custody delays, finding “good and sufficient reason” to order civil litigation technically sidelined by the partial government shutdown to stay on track.

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Immigration

Areas of Coverage

  • AGENCIES
  • U.S. Department of Homeland Security
  • U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
  • U.S. Customs and Border Protection
  • U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement
  • U.S. Department of Justice, Board of Immigration Appeals
  • U.S. Department of Labor, Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals
  • U.S. Department of State
  • State immigration regulators
  • POLICY & REGULATION
  • Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act
  • Immigration and Nationality Act
  • Immigration Reform and Control Act
  • Civil Rights Act
  • Asylum and refugee regulations
  • Executive actions on immigration
  • Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Employment-related immigration rules
  • State immigration legislation and regulation
  • Immigration lobbying
  • ENFORCEMENT
  • Immigration probes and enforcement actions
  • Detainment and deportation orders
  • Human trafficking investigations
  • LITIGATION
  • Challenges to immigration policy and enforcement actions
  • National origin and citizenship discrimination complaints
  • Worker visa disputes
  • Citizenship litigation
  • Civil rights and detainment suits
  • Employment suits involving immigrant workers, including wage-and-hour, discrimination and harassment, and worker safety actions
  • PROFILES
  • Personnel moves
  • Profiles of immigration practices

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  • Policymakers at federal and state agencies
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