Comment: A Chance
The Arizona Republic quotes Tamar Jacoby as saying "It's certainly going to be a hard, uphill fight," said Tamar Jacoby, president of ImmigrationWorks USA, an organization that supports reform from a center-right, pro-business perspective. "Is there a chance? Never say never, but the fallout from health care is going to make it awfully difficult." For the full story, see here.
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Focus: THE REMOVAL BOOK
THE REMOVAL BOOK, edited by Scott Bratton is currently in preparation, the Table of Contents is as follows:
PART ONE: REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS, GROUNDS OF REMOVAL, AND CONTESTING THE CHARGES IN A NOTICE TO APPEAR
Chapter One: Removal Proceedings
Chapter Two: Grounds of Inadmissibility
Chapter Three: Grounds Of Removal
Chapter Four: Contesting Removability
PART TWO: RELIEF FROM REMOVAL
Chapter One: Adjustment Of Status
Chapter Two: Waivers in Removal Proceedings
Chapter Three: Cancellation Of Removal For LPRs and INA § 212(c) Relief
Chapter Four: Cancellation Of Removal For Non-LPRs
Chapter Five: NACARA
Chapter Six: Asylum and Withholding Of Removal
Chapter Seven: Convention Against Torture
Chapter Eight: Voluntary Departure
Chapter Nine: Naturalization As A Defense To Removal
Chapter Ten: Other Relief
PART THREE: APPEALS AND MOTIONS TO REOPEN
Chapter One: Appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals
Chapter Two: Motions to Reopen
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Article: A Reviewers Notebook: Cities And The Wealth Of Nations
John Chamberlain for the Foundation For Economic Education writes "Jacobs concluded that economic life develops by innovating."
Article: Bloggings On Immigration Law And Policy
Greg Siskind writes "A Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General report has been released which paints a very troubling picture of the 287(g) program which allows local and state law enforcement agencies to enforce immigration laws."
Article: SCOTUS: Defense Attorney Must Inform Client Whether Plea Carries Risk Of Deportation
César Cuauhtemoc García Hernández writes "Despite this bit of uncertainty in the [Supreme Court's] controlling majority's analysis, this decision, I think, cannot be understated."
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News: CRS Updated Report On US Immigration Policy On Temporary Admissions
The Congressional Research Service released an updated version of its report analyzing US immigration policy for temporary admissions into the US.
News: USCIS Says Deadline For New Requests Of Special Humanitarian Parole Program for Haitian Orphans Is April 13th
USCIS announced that it will stop accepting new requests for parole under the Special Humanitarian Parole Program for Haitian Orphans effective April 13, 2010.
News: CRS Updated Report On Role Of Local Enforcement In Enforcing Immigration Laws
The Congressional Research Service released an updated version of its report analyzing the role of state and local law enforcement in enforcing immigration law.
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Tweet: Canada argues for more fluidity in the border. No wall on the north? http://ow.ly/1vBqY #immigration
Tweet: New poll shows 'sea change' in Californians' attitudes toward UNDOCUMENTED #immigration http://ow.ly/1vBfF
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ComingsNGoings: Immigration Event - Garden City, NY
Adelphi University's Center for Social Innovation and Levermore Global Scholars Program are co-sponsoring the interactive theater piece, "What Killed Marcelo Lucero?," by the Brentwood-based theater group Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja, directed by Margarita Espada. Free and open to the public. When: Friday, April 9, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Where: Adelphi University, 1 South Avenue, Garden City, NY Ruth S. Harley University Center, Room 313.
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