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Tag Results for "Immigration Laws"

Memo to the GOP:  Courting Latino Voters Requires a Real Conversion on Immigration Reform

This week, the Republican-backed Hispanic Leadership Network is hosting a conference in South Florida to “provide a unique opportunity for center-right leaders to speak with—and more importantly listen to—the Hispanic community,” according to conference co-chair Jeb Bush. continue reading »

Thank you to Nebraska Senator Council for Introducing Nebraska Compact!

Nebraska State Senator Brenda Council introduced a resolution in support of the Nebraska Compact guidelines in legislature continue reading »

Athens County Ohio Next to Benefit from ICE Strategy to use Biometrics to Remove Aliens

On Tuesday, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) began using a federal information sharing capability in Athens County that helps federal immigration officials use biometrics to identify aliens, both lawfully and unlawfully present in the United States, who are booked into local law enforcement's custody for a crime. This capability is part of Secure Communities-ICE's comprehensive strategy to improve and modernize the identification and removal of aliens convicted of a crime from the United States. continue reading »

Indiana’s SB 590 Attacks Immigrants and their Languages

Indiana State Sen. Mike Delph, R- Carmel not only wants to implement a Arizona style bill but wants to bar the use of any language but English in most government transactions. continue reading »

Study: Day Laborers in New Jersey being Robbed, Injured and Beaten

Day Laborers in New Jersey are being “robbed, injured and beaten with impunity because of weak, under enforced and antiquated labor laws” states a report released Monday by Seton Hall University. continue reading »

Rhode Island Governor Fulfills Campaign Promise And Repeals Anti-Immigrant Order

Rhode Island Governor Lincoln Chafee has rescinded an executive order signed in 2008 that directed state departments and vendors that do business with the state to use E-Verify as well as the police to enter into agreement [287(g).] with federal immigration authorities. continue reading »