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Indiana Foreign Gang Members in Custody

Federal and local authorities in southern Indiana have arrested fourteen men for their alleged involvement with violent foreign gangs. continue reading »

Portland Residents Decide if Legal Residents Can Vote

The League of Young Voters has compiled enough signatures to put a voting rights amendment on the November ballot. continue reading »

Wildomar City in California is Discussing E-Verify

Wildomar City in California is Discussing E-Verify

During Wednesday night’s council meeting at Wildomar City, residents inquired about E-Verify and its usage to verify the immigration status of employees working in the city. continue reading »

ICE officials Arrested 19 Criminal Immigrants Over the Weekend

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials announced on Tuesday the arrest of 19 undocumented immigrants with criminal convictions during the four-day roundup that ended on Saturday in El Paso continue reading »

Figures Indicate Few Undocumented Students in GA

Figures Indicate Few Undocumented Students in GA

The State Board of Regents released figures on Wednesday indicating that 4.8% of students in Georgia’s public colleges are undocumented. continue reading »

Park Rangers in Virginia Can Enforce Federal Immigration Laws

Park Rangers in Virginia Can Enforce Federal Immigration Laws

Attorney General of the Commonwealth of Virginia, Kenneth T. Cuccinelli II, gave Viriginia “Park Rangers” the authority to enforce federal immigration laws. This was a result of an “Advisory Opinion” solicited by Robert G. Marshall, a member of the state’s House of Delegates. continue reading »

Denver Requires E-Verify Check for City Contractors

Denver Requires E-Verify Check for City Contractors

The city council of Denver has approved a measure Monday night that requires employers to check the immigration status of contractors working on city construction projects. continue reading »

Fingerprinting Led to Deportation of 47,000

Records show that 47,000 undocumented immigrants have been removed or deported from the U.S. after the Department of Homeland Security checked 3 million sets of fingerprints taken from bookings at local jails. continue reading »

Governor of Minnesota Backs Changing the 14th Amendment

Governor of Minnesota Backs Changing the 14th Amendment

Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty appeared on Bloomberg Television this past weekend and joined in on the call to amend the 14th Amendment. Lawmakers across the nation are pushing to revoke the current birthright citizenship that children of undocumented mothers currently receive. continue reading »

Undocumented Immigrants Fear Attending Salvadoran Festival

Undocumented Immigrants Fear Attending Salvadoran Festival

The Salvadoran Cultural Festival drew a crowd of 1,500 this past Sunday at the Prince William County Fairground in Virginia. Event organizers said the turnout would have been higher if not for the recent implementation of laws in the region targeting undocumented immigrants. continue reading »