Tag Results for "Alabama Immigration Laws"
An Alabama immigrant advocacy organization has sent a petition, with over 10,000 signatures, to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to cease the deportation of the undocumented arrested for minor offenses. continue reading »
A federal appeals court has blocked several provisions of anti-immigration laws in Alabama and Georgia, while leaving intact each state’s so-called “show me your papers” policies — a mixed-bag for those on either side of the heated debate over states’ immigration policies. continue reading »
A year after approving the toughest state anti-immigration legislation in the country, Alabama lawmakers want to revise the law to make it easier to comply with and enforce. But their efforts have rekindled the same emotional fight that was so contentious in the first place. continue reading »
Some Christian community leaders in the state of Alabama (Roman Catholic Church, United Methodist Church and the Episcopal Church), wrote a letter to Governor Robert Bentley to pray so that they show political courage and will be able to support the repeal of the immigration law in the State of Alabama. continue reading »
The United States Commission on Civil Rights announces that at its monthly business meeting on Nov. 18, 2011, the eight-member Commission unanimously voted to look into the civil rights continue reading »
One week after a historic Immigration Summit hosted by Hispanic Evangelical leaders with delegates from across the nation, including representatives from President Obama's administration, denominational leaders continue reading »
A federal judge in Alabama has given the state a victory in allowing it to put forth one of the strictest immigration laws in the country. U.S. District Sharon Blackburn r continue reading »