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Operation Streamline Fact Sheet por ACLU/ National Immigration Forum — Última modificación 04/06/2010 17:16
Court Upholds In-State Tuition for Some Immigrants por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 19/11/2010 16:07
Deportation 101. A Community Resource on Anti-Deportation Education and Organizing por Detention Watch Network — Última modificación 17/03/2011 12:43
Local democracy on ICE: Why State and Local Governments Have No Business in Federal Immigration Law Enforcement por Aarti Shahani and Judith Greene — Última modificación 05/08/2011 17:51
“Local Democracy on ICE” examines the 287(g) program specifically, as well as ICE devolution generally. We conducted an extensive literature review and interviews with diverse sources including elected leaders, court officials, security experts, reform advocates, and activists. The following findings contribute to a public safety discussion grounded in facts.
Anuncio DHS sobre prioridades en la deportacion por Reforma Migratoria Pro-America — Última modificación 24/08/2011 08:53
HR 4437 in the U.S. Senate por Sensenbrenner — Última modificación 23/02/2009 12:25
The Fiscal Impact of Immigration Reform: The Real Story por Daniel Griswold — Última modificación 01/07/2008 14:02
Latinos challenge constitutionality of immigration raids conduted by ICE por PRLDF — Última modificación 06/07/2008 21:47
Facing Deportation por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 01/04/2010 16:04
Deportation in North Carolina, thesis.
NILC Opposes Current Senate Bill Because It Would Preclude Real Reform (2007) por NILC — Última modificación 01/07/2008 13:56
Fact Sheet: Border Security and Immigration Reform Agreement , May 2007 por In Focus: Immigration — Última modificación 17/08/2008 16:22
COMPREHENSIVE IMMIGRATION REFORM ACT OF 2006 (June 5, 2006 update) por Greg Siskind — Última modificación 11/10/2008 12:07
On March 27, 2006, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Act of 2006. The bill has been substantially modified as a result of the passage of three amendments and the inclusion of a number of compromises negotiated by Senators Hegel (R-NE) and Martinez (R-FL) The bill was passed by the US Senate on May 26, 2006. This is a summary of the provisions of this 796 page bill.
Side-by-Side Comparison of 2006 and 2007 Senate Legislation and 2009 CIR ASAP Bill por Migration Policy Institute — Última modificación 11/03/2010 16:44
Tabla comparativa de las legislaciones migratorias norteamericanas del 2006, 2007 y 2009.
The Real ID Act of 2005 (contained in P.L. 109-13) por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 25/09/2009 15:08
Remarks by President Barack Obama on Children’s Health Insurance Program Bill Signing por Alejandra Castaneda — Última modificación 09/10/2009 13:21
Federal Acquisition Regulation: Employment Eligibility Verification. Summary of final rule. por National Immigration Law Center — Última modificación 09/10/2009 13:28
On November 14, 2008, the Civilian Agency Acquisition Council and the Defense Acquisition Regulations Council published a final rule that amends the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) by requiring certain federal agency contracts that are performed within the United States to include a provision mandating use of the E-Verify program.1 E-Verify is a voluntary, Internet-based program that allows employers to electronically verify the information a worker presents by accessing information in databases maintained by the Social Security Administration (SSA) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).2 According to the final rule, in the initial fiscal year approximately 168,624 contractors and subcontractors and 3.8 million workers will be affected.3 Although a lawsuit was filed by business groups on December 23, 2008,4 and the effective date of the rule was postponed a number of times, in August 2009 the court ruled in favor of the government and dismissed the case.5 The rule, therefore, is effective on September 8, 2009, and applies to solicitations issued and contracts awarded after this date.6 The new rule also applies to future orders on indefinitedelivery/ indefinite-quantity contracts if the remaining period of performance extends beyond March 8, 2009, and the amount of work or number of orders expected under the remaining performance period is “substantial.”
Illegal Immigrants Students Publicly Take Up a Cause por Julia Preston — Última modificación 14/04/2010 13:38
Immigration Policy in the United States por The Congress of the United States, Congressional Budget Office — Última modificación 17/05/2010 15:13
Immigration has been a subject of legislation since the nation’s founding. In 1790, the Congress established a formal process enabling the foreign born to become U.S. citizens. Just over a century later, in response to increasing levels of immigration, the federal government assumed the task of reviewing and processing all immigrants seeking admission to the United States. Since then, numerous changes have been made to U.S. immigration policy. This paper, requested by the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Finance Committee, is part of a series of reports by the Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on immigration. The paper focuses on the evolution of U.S. immigration policy and presents statistics on the various categories of lawful admission and enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws. In keeping with CBO’s
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