Category: Court News

Lawsuit Challenges Texas’s Immigration Laws

A pair of San Antonio landlords and a nonprofit organization that helps immigrants have filed a lawsuit against the state of Texas Monday, alleging a 2015 law against harboring undocumented immigrants violates their constitutional rights. Landlords David Cruz and Valentin…

During Watergate, Henry Kissinger’s mordant wit leavened the unpleasantness: “The illegal we do immediately; the unconstitutional takes a little longer.” President Obama often does both simultaneously, using executive authoritarianism to evade the Constitution’s separation of powers and rewrite existing laws.…

Yesterday the U.S. Customs and Border Protection agency issued a report titled “Entry/Exit Overstay Report, Fiscal Year 2015.” The report is limited in scope: it relates only to overstays of individuals admitted as temporary visitors for business or pleasure. It…

(CNN)The Supreme Court announced Tuesday that it will decide the fate of President Barack Obama’s immigration actions this term. The actions are aimed at allowing millions of undocumented immigrants to apply for programs that could make them eligible for work…

Just when you think you know what the liberals and conservatives on the Supreme Court stand for, along comes a case like United States v. Texas—the challenge to President Barack Obama’s executive orders allowing more than four million undocumented immigrants…

NEW YORK, (CMC) – The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) says an immigration lawyer has been arrested in New York for defrauding immigrants, including Caribbean nationals. USCIS said on Friday that Gnoleba Seri, 40, of Brooklyn, New York…