Today we are carrying a total of nine testimonies presented during the hearings on the role of immigration in the new Department of Homeland Security before the House and Senate subcommittees on immigration and an article on the subject. We invite you, our readers, to use our Letters to Editor as a forum to express your thoughts on this and other matters.
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A Department Of Homeland Security Could Be Just What Immigration Policy Needs
Jonathan D. Montag writes about possible consequences of centralized immigration function under the Department Of Homeland Security.
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The Role of Immigration in the Department of Homeland Security - House Testimonies
At the "The Role of Immigration in the Department of Homeland Security" hearing the House Subcommittee on Immigration, Border Security, and Claims heard testimony from Grant Green, John Ratigan, Mark Krikorian, Kathleen Walker and Kevin Appleby.
Immigration Reform and the Reorganization of Homeland Defense - Senate Testimonies
At the "Immigration Reform and the Reorganization of Homeland Defense" hearing the Senate Subcommittee on Immigration heard testimony from Kathleen Walker, Bill Hing, David Martin and the Honorable Dana Keener.
Schools Can Start Enrolling In SEVIS
INS published in interim rule allowing eligible schools to apply for preliminary enrollment in
the Student and Exchange Visitor Information System (SEVIS), beginning on July 1, 2002.
Three Convicted Of Human Trafficking
Three Florida citrus contractors were convicted of conspiring to hold workers in involuntary servitude and harboring undocumented workers, the Justice Department announced today.
Nazi Guard Deported
The Department of Justice announced that a former nazi concentration camp guard living in a New York suburb has been deported to Austria.
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Don't Shred The Constitution
In honor of upcoming July 4th, we are carrying a link to an article by Evan P. Schulz in Law.Com that says, "The situation is dire enough that we've already begun to suspend the Constitution. We should either admit what we're doing -- or stop it."
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