Gutierrez On The Mat
We applaud Congressman Gutierrez's principled support of immigration reform by his threatened "No" vote on the health care bill.
"Am I going to vote for the proposal as it is currently formulated? No." "Gutierrez and some members of the Hispanic Caucus are also threatening not to support the Obama health plan because the legislation would not allow illegal immigrants to buy health insurance with their own money in the new federal exchanges that would be created in the plan." We urge supporters of immigration in Congress to try to extract explicit public promises from President Obama, Speaker Pelosi, and Majority Leader Reid that they will take up Comprehensive Immigration Reform as soon as the health care issue is out of the way. The time to act is now.
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Bloggings On Immigration Law And Policy
Greg Siskind writes "As if CIR isn't on shaky enough ground as is. The AFL-CIO is pushing a protectionist agenda that will mean no future guest worker program when unemployment rates return to normal."
What's So Good About Democracy?
Norman Barry for the Foundation For Economic Education writes "Unlike today, democracy was not always greeted with unsullied admiration."
Is Traveling A Violation? Tips For H-1B Workers Going Abroad
Akshat Tewary writes "The result of this heightened scrutiny is that IT companies and consultants find it more difficult to establish their bona fides in various immigration contexts."
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USCIS Launches Blog
USCIS announced that it launched its official blog, The Beacon.
USCIS And DOJ Announce EVerify Initiatives
DHS Secretary Napolitano and USCIS Director Mayorkas announced a trio of initiatives to strengthen the efficiency and accuracy of the E-Verify system.
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RT @leareiter: Rep. Luis Gutierrez: "Barack Obama has delivered 'change.' It's been a change for the worse." http://digg.com/d31Lrdh?f
$1.1B #border headache, scaling down $$ ... finally #Gov't makes fiscally prudent decision! http://ow.ly/1nsEN
#Immigration status of all O.C. jail inmates will be checked. 25k immigrants charges w/ lesser crimes have been deported http://ow.ly/1nsuu
Move Across Hudson Further Isolates #Immigration Detainees: communication with outside world has shrunk http://ow.ly/1nsrx
WaPo OpEd: Next step is civil disobedience http://ow.ly/1nsky Lets make "Deport Tancredo" part of our platform, n deport Sensenbrenner too!
11th circuit affirms $20K sanction against crazy birther lawyer http://ow.ly/1ns6Z Ynot deport her to Antarctica too?
CLE teleconference Physicians For Experts. Learn about J-1 Clinical Waivers for Physicians http://ow.ly/1linX #legal #immigration
Unions torpedo #CIR http://ow.ly/1nrjr Are unions pro-immigrant or not? Y should legalization have to wait for utopia?
Republican leader says #Tancredo "destructive" http://ow.ly/1n5xK Will GOP deport Tancredo soon?
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