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21 Criminal Aliens Arrested in ICE Enforcement and Removal Operation in Pennsylvania and Delaware

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) office in Philadelphia arrested 44 foreign nationals, 21 with criminal convictions, during a five-day enforcement continue reading »

Report States U.S.‘s Canadian Border More of a Danger than Mexico’s

A recent government report states that with little security at our northern border, the U.S. biggest terrorist threats are likely to come from those entering at the Canadian border, not Mexico. continue reading »

First Latina Gov Issues Exec Order to Check immigration Status and Calls to Repeal 2003 DL Law

New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez (R) is directing police to check the immigration status of people arrested for crimes. continue reading »

Controversial Cleric Attempting to Sneak into U.S. Through Mexico

A controversial Muslim cleric was recently caught being smuggled into the United States from Mexico after being banned from Canada. U.S. border guards found Said Jaziri curled up into the boot of a Mexican BMW as smugglers attempted to get him into California. continue reading »

Austin Sheriff Cannot Enforce Immigration Laws

Austin Sheriff Terese Amazi says that her department has no authority to enforce immigration laws. continue reading »

LAPD Chief Not Anticipating Arizona-esque Immigration Law For L.A.

Charlie Beck, Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department, has come out recently restating the fact his department does not participate in the practice of stopping people to verify their immigration status. continue reading »

Federal Judge Bars Indiana’s Attempt to Amend Birthright Citizenship

A federal Judge has ruled that the state of Indian can not deny paternity documents for children born in the US because their parents are illegal immigrants and do not have Social Security Numbers. continue reading »

Republicans Call For Restart of Workplace Immigration Raids

Now that Republicans have control of the House, they’re jumping right into the battle for more aggressive immigration enforcement and are even calling on the president to being immigration raids at the workplace again. continue reading »

Fate of 4-year-old Adopted by US Family Without Birthmothers Consent still Uncertain

The Missouri Supreme Court reversed a lower courts decision this week, placing the custody of a 4-year-old boy into questions for more months to come. The 4-year-old boy was born to an undocumented Guatemalan woman and later adopted by an American couple without the birthmothers consent. continue reading »

New Jersey Officials Plans Detention Center

Lawmakers in Newark are proposing that they renovate an existing county jail so that it can hold more undocumented immigrants than it does now. continue reading »

Unconstitutional and Costly: The High Price of Local Immigration Enforcement

A handful of local communities across our nation enacted unconstitutional, discriminatory, and costly immigration controls in recent years in an effort to chase away undocumented immigrants and their families and friends, many of whom are American citizens. continue reading »

NCLR’s Thoughts on the State of the Union

Last night, NCLR watched with the rest of the country as President Obama delivered his State of the Union address. For the second year, the president focused on our economic future, stressing the need for job creation and a strengthened economy that will restore the nation’s competitiveness. continue reading »

Spanish-Language Newspaper Depicts Georgia Governor As a Nazi

A Spanish-language newspaper pushed the buttons of both Democrats and Republicans when they posted a picture depicting the state’s governor as a Nazi. 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 »

Colorado Bill Would Make Obtaining Bail Bonds Difficult For Those Suspected of Being Undocumented

A new bill being introduced in Colorado will make it harder for anyone merely suspected of being in the country illegally to attain bail bonds. continue reading »

Wyoming Imm. Bill called “Unfunded Mandate” by Police Auth, Bill Sponsor says “Tough”

Wyoming’s proposed House Bill 94 allows for Wyoming citizens to sue local and state officials for not fully enforcing federal immigration laws, with fines ranging from $500 to $5000 per day that enforcement is not in effect. continue reading »

Virginia Delegate Looking to Introduce 3 Bills confronting Undocumented Immigration

Tuesday, Republican delegate Todd Gilbert of Virginia, introduced three bills to the state's General Assembly in his attempt to confront undocumented immigration. continue reading »

ICE Alleges California School was a “Sham University”

A California university, mostly utilized by online students, is being called-out as a bogus school by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials. A complaint was filed against Tri-Valley University, continue reading »

The Problem With The “Hispanics Will Become White” Argument

A few progressive bloggers have reacted positively to former Florida governor Jeb Bush’s recent comments to the Wall Street Journal on Hispanic immigrants' willingness to assimilate: continue reading »

Fernanda Romero Pleads Guilty on Immigration Charges related to “Sham” Marriage

The Mexican Actress Fernanda Romero has said she will plead guilty to charges that she lied to immigration who say she was in a sham marriage. continue reading »