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por Alejandra Castaneda Última modificación 16/09/2011 15:38
2011 Immigration-Related Laws and Resolutions in the States (January-June) por NCSL, Immigration Policy Project — Última modificación 09/09/2011 16:39
In the first half of 2011, state legislators introduced 1,592 bills and resolutions relating to immigrants and refugees in all 50 states and Puerto Rico. The number of bill introductions is an increase of 16 percent compared to the first half of 2010, when 46 states considered 1,374 bills and resolutions pertaining to immigrants. As of June 30, 2011, 40 state legislatures enacted 151 laws and adopted 95 resolutions for a total of 246. Twelve additional bills passed but were vetoed by governors. As of June 30, an additional 10 bills were pending governors’ approval – these bills are not included in this report of enacted laws. For the same period in 2010, 44 state legislatures passed 191 laws and adopted 128 resolutions, for a total of 314. An additional five bills were vetoed. The 2011 total of laws and resolutions is a decrease of 22 percent. As in previous years, law enforcement, identification/driver’s licenses and employment remained the top issues addressed in state legislation related to immigrants. Several states – Alabama, Idaho, Kansas, Michigan, South Dakota and Utah – enacted sex offender registries that include a requirement of proof of citizenship or immigration documents. Montana required that the DMV use the SAVE program to verify a driver's license or an ID applicant's lawful presence. E-Verify legislation was enacted in 9 states: Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, and Virginia. Florida added an E-Verify requirement by executive order. Eighteen states now have an E-Verify requirement.
2007 Enacted State Legislation Related to Immigrants and Immigration por NCSL — Última modificación 06/07/2008 21:43
 
State Laws Related to Immigrants and Immigration, January-June 2008 por Immigrant Policy Project, NCSL — Última modificación 25/08/2008 13:20
 
2009 Immigration-Related Bills and Resolutions in the States, January-March 2009 por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 24/04/2009 11:09
State legislatures continue to tackle immigration issues at an unprecedented rate. In the first quarter of 2009, state legislators in all 50 states introduced 1,040 bills and resolutions relating to immigrants and refugees. This is comparable to the record numbers of bills and resolutions introduced during the first quarter of 2008, with 44 states considering 1,149 bills and resolutions pertaining to immigrants. As of March 31, 2009, twenty-five states have enacted 35 laws and adopted 40 resolutions. For the same time period in 2008, twenty-six states had enacted 44 laws and adopted 38 resolutions.
The Impact of Illegal Immigration on Minnesota, cost and population trends por The Office of Strategic Planning & Results Management — Última modificación 05/09/2008 16:13
 
State Responses to Immigration: a Data Base of all State Immigration Legislation, 2007 por Migration Policy Institute — Última modificación 20/02/2009 14:59
 
Arizona's Tough New Law Against Illegal Immigrants por Kevin O'Leary — Última modificación 19/04/2010 14:11
Under SB1070, however, Arizona police will have the right to stop anyone on "reasonable suspicion" that they may be an illegal immigrant and can arrest them if they are not carrying a valid driver's license or identity papers.
Arizona, Senate Bill 1070 por State of Arizona, Senate — Última modificación 22/04/2010 14:23
Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona: Section 1. Intent The legislature finds that there is a compelling interest in the cooperative enforcement of federal immigration laws throughout all of Arizona. The legislature declares that the intent of this act is to make attrition through enforcement the public policy of all state and local government agencies in Arizona. The provisions of this act are intended to work together to discourage and deter the unlawful entry and presence of aliens and economic activity by persons unlawfully present in the United States.
2009 Immigration-Related Bills and Resolutions in the States (January-March 2009) por NCSL — Última modificación 13/07/2009 13:31
State legislatures continue to tackle immigration issues at an unprecedented rate. In the first quarter of 2009, state legislators in all 50 states introduced 1,040 bills and resolutions relating to immigrants and refugees. This is comparable to the record numbers of bills and resolutions introduced during the first quarter of 2008, with 44 states considering 1,149 bills and resolutions pertaining to immigrants. As of March 31, 2009, twenty-five states have enacted 35 laws and adopted 40 resolutions. For the same time period in 2008, twenty-six states had enacted 44 laws and adopted 38 resolutions.
Class Action Challenging Arizona Law Reveals Depth of Constitutional Rights at Stake por Emily Creighton — Última modificación 20/05/2010 13:46
 
Arizona Ruling, S.B. 1070, 28/07/2010 por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 28/07/2010 15:08
United States of America, Plaintiff, vs. State of Arizona; and Janice K. Brewer, Governor of the State of Arizona, in her Official Capacity, Defendants.
La actividad legislativa estatal vinculada con la inmigración y los inmigrantes en Estados Unidos por Rodolfo Villasenor y Luis Acevedo — Última modificación 26/02/2011 22:21
El presente artículo, producto parcial de un estudio continuo que se realiza en la Dirección de Estudios Socioeconómicos y Migración Internacional del CONAPO, tiene como propósito contribuir a una discusión informada sobre la intensa actividad legislativa estatal relativa a la migración que se ha producido entre 2005 y 2008 en Estados Unidos.
Immigration and the States: a Special Report por Alan Greenblatt — Última modificación 07/03/2011 15:30
Comparacion de legislaciones migratorias estatales.
2010 Immigration Law and Resolutions in the States por NCSL — Última modificación 24/03/2011 15:55
 
A Defending Immigrants Partnership Practice Advisory. Duty of Criminal Defense Counsel Representing an Immigrant Defendant After Padilla Vs Kentucky por Immigrant Defense Project — Última modificación 13/04/2010 13:18
 
List of Arizona Ballot propositions per year por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 12/08/2011 12:30
 
List of Arizona Ballot propositions per year por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 30/03/2011 13:17
 
H.B. 497 UTAH ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT ACT por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 05/08/2011 17:36
 
Mapa de leyes antiinmigrantes por El Universal — Última modificación 04/07/2011 16:40
 
Legislacion migratoria Estados Unidos: El Universal por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 04/08/2011 19:33
 
Overview of State Legislation Related to Immigrants and Immigration, January-March 2008 por Immigrant Policy Project, NCSL — Última modificación 25/08/2008 13:18
 
Enacted Immigrant Related Laws and Resolutions por NCSL — Última modificación 09/09/2011 12:49
Tabla de legislacion relacionada con temas migratorios o de inmigracion aprobadaen la primer mitad de 2011.
Laws, Resolutions and Policies Instituted Across the U.S. Limiting Enforcement of Immigration Laws by State and Local Authorities por National Immigration Law Center — Última modificación 18/02/2009 13:43
 
States of Confusion: The Rise of State and Local Power over Immigration por Stumpf, Juliet P. — Última modificación 26/02/2011 22:40
Federal immigration law has evolved from a stepchild of foreign policy into a national legislative and regulatory scheme that intersects with the triumvirate of state power: criminal law, employment law, and welfare. Shifting the locus of immigration law out of the category of foreign affairs and into these domestic spheres casts immigration law into a world infused already with state and local regulation. This Article traces that evolution and predicts that reimagining immigration law as a domestic affair will expand judicial acceptance of subnational control over immigration. Connecting immigration law with these domestic areas of law opens the way for state and local governments to seek to regulate it concurrently with the federal government. Domesticating immigration law will also inevitably impact the judges and legislators who pass upon the lawfulness of that subnational involvement. When courts perceive the sub-national rule as a regulation of foreign policy, the space permitted for local regulation narrows. When courts view the sub-national government as acting within its traditional spheres of power, the local rule stands a much greater chance of surviving.
Student Financial Aid and eligilibility: California Dream Act of 2011 por California Assembly — Última modificación 26/05/2011 15:55
 
Alabama H.B. 56 por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 11/10/2011 18:18
Legislacion migratoria aprobada en junio de 2011, entro en vigor en octubre de 2011.
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