Category: Court News

Enforce Existing Immigration Laws

I keep asking myself how did we get into this current Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals mess. The answer is rather simple — because duly-passed laws concerning unlawful entry to this country have neither been fully executed nor fully enforced.…
How Metro Atlanta Became A ‘Pioneer’ Of Immigration Enforcement

Arrests by federal immigration agents are way up. Local law enforcement agencies are eager to help. And judges rarely side with immigrants fighting deportation. This is metro Atlanta. By almost any measure, it’s one of the toughest places in America…
Immigration Judge Denies Stay of Deportation for Kansas Man

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After more 30 years in the United States, a Park University professor detained by ICE is set to be deported to his home country of Bangladesh, according to a Facebook page called Free Syed Ahmed Jamal.…
How the United States Immigration System Works

U.S. immigration law is very complex, and there is much confusion as to how it works. The Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), the body of law governing current immigration policy, provides for an annual worldwide limit of 675,000 permanent immigrants,…
Judge Says Trump Made ‘Vicious’ Anti-Immigrant Statements

NEW YORK — A federal judge in New York who’s hearing two lawsuits challenging the cancellation of a program protecting some young immigrants from deportation said Tuesday that he can’t ignore President Donald Trump’s “vicious” anti-immigrant statements. U.S. District Judge…
California Employers Caught Between Federal, State Immigration Laws

State vows to fine employers who volunteer employee information With rumors of more workplace raids looming, the stakes were raised for California employers this month with state officials threatening fines of up to $10,000 for voluntarily giving employee information to…