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UPDATE: Immigration Raids In Las Vegas Were Based On Faulty Information

Tuesday night, U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid met with officials from the Department of Homeland Security to address the community’s concerns about the immigration raids of July 29th. continue reading »

Protest Sign Interrupts Diamondback-Reds Game

Protest Sign Interrupts Diamondback-Reds Game

Wednesday, a young man and woman delayed the Cincinnati Reds’ game against Arizona by draping a sign over the center field fence in the 3rd and 5th innings. continue reading »

U.S. Coast Guard Find 22 Immigrants on Boat

U.S. Coast Guard Find 22 Immigrants on Boat

Early September 10th, U.S. Border Patrol agents took 22 people off an open Panga boat and into custody after they spotted them about three miles off the Crystal Cove shore in California. continue reading »

27 Suspected Gang Members Arrested In Immigration Sting In Ok.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced 27 suspected gang members and their associates were among 47 people arrested in a four-day immigration sting that ended on Saturday. The arrested persons’ names were not released. continue reading »

Immigrant Children Among Highest Achievers

Two Brown University professors could be dispelling thoughts that children of immigrants are more likely to fail academically and commit crimes due to cultural, economic, and language barriers. Professors Evelyn Hu-DeHart and Cynthia Garcia Coll say that studies are showi continue reading »

Feds Head to Vegas

Feds Head to Vegas

Las Vegas will be seeing some federal immigration officials as they arrive to answer questions about recent Las Vegas-area raids at bus terminals that led to the arrests of 31 people. continue reading »

Mexico’s U.S. Embassy Will Allow Some Visas

Mexico’s U.S. Embassy Will Allow Some Visas

On Monday, the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City says it will begin processing some immigrant and adoption visas following problems that saw the U.S. consulate in the border city of Ciudad Juarez close briefly in August. continue reading »

Georgia Legislators Say No to Birthright Citizenship

Georgia Legislators Say No to Birthright Citizenship

Congress reconvenes this week and immigration will no doubt be in the hot topic. As November elections approach, the nation wide question being asked is: Who is and what makes a citizen? continue reading »

New Puerto Rican Birth Certificates

New Puerto Rican Birth Certificates

On July 1, 2010, the Vital Statistics Office of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico began issuing new, more secure certified copies of birth certificates to U.S. citizens born in Puerto Rico because of a new Puerto Rico birth certificate law. After Sept. 30, 2010, continue reading »

Pearce Not Wanted at Ruling on SB1070

Pearce Not Wanted at Ruling on SB1070

The author of controversial Arizona law, Russell Pearce, was told that the U.S. Justice Department does not want him at the appeal of a ruling that put a hold on parts of the law. continue reading »