Death in the Desert
To the border: American lawyers take to road to help fleeingimmigrants get to new home
As Central Americans continue to stream across the Mexican border into the United States, more and more immigration attorneys from around the ...
Obama's immigration order should stand
The federal government isn't going to deport all 11 million illegal immigrants living in the United States, no matter who wins next year's election.
SCOTUS To Hear Case Challenging Immigration Executive Order - We Up It
Xenophobic Immigration Policy Would Wreck the U.S. Economy
Building and maintaining an ineffective border wall will waste tens of billions of dollars. Mass deportation will result in a smaller labor force, declining levels of consumer spending, and a diminished GDP. This is a recipe for economic catastrophe.
The Long Road to Biometric Entry Exit
A Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration focused on the failure to implement a biometric exit system in the United States.
What’s Next in the Supreme Court Case on Expanded DACA and DAPA?
For the sake of the immigrant families whose lives are riding on this decision, the Court makes clear that President Obama, like every President before him dating back to Eisenhower, has the authority to take executive action on immigration.
Supreme Court Will Review DACA/DAPA Case
The Court is likely to hear oral arguments in April 2016. We can expect a decision by the end of June 2016.
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