Immigration et cabinet Nouvelles

Voyage à l'étranger pendant la période des Fêtes a plus de risques cette année en raison de vetting extrême, un examen plus strict, avertissements de voyage, changements de politique, et de la jurisprudence en suspens portant sur les diverses interdictions de voyage Proclamation présidentielle. Si vous devez demander un visa américain à l'étranger: Le Manuel des Affaires étrangères (FAM) a été mis à jour dans plusieurs sections clés. Consulats comptent sur la FAM pour des orientations et procédures. mises à jour clés cette année comprennent nécessitant davantage de preuves des liens à l'étranger et à l'intention … [En savoir plus ...]

Just a quick post before I head to San Francisco for the annual American Immigration Lawyers Association conference. S. 744 is on the way to a vote within the next few days, only now with a GOP peacemaking feature to keep the bill moving. It now contains provisions for 40,000 Border Patrol boots on the ground (anyone need a job?) and more fencing (700 miles) to the tune of $46 billion dollars (c'est-à-, the full employment bill for government contractors providing border enforcement technology[En savoir plus ...]

Immigration enforcement legislation creates problems for U.S. citizens as well as for immigrants. Au cours des dernières années, we have seen growth in our American citizen clientele because of new federal and state documentation burdens enacted under the guise of national security or to combat illegal immigration. The most common refrain we hear is: "I grew up in the U.S. I always thought I was an American but never had anything to show for it and I never needed the proof until now." Ironiquement, we[En savoir plus ...]

It still surprises me 24 years after enactment, how many employers still don't know about their I-9 obligations under the Immigration Reform and Control Act (À PROPOS) de 1986. Depuis, employers are required to complete Form I-9s documenting the work permission status of employees hired after November 6, 1986, including U.S. ressortissants. Even among employers who know of their I-9 obligations, many still do not fully understand the scope of the I-9 process and record keeping requirements; nor the[En savoir plus ...]

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeal heard oral argument today in USA v. Arizona, qui a été diffusé en direct sur C-SPAN. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClSk_OrHSIM The three judge panel consisted of Judge Richard A. Paez, Le juge Carlos T. Bea et le juge John T. Noonan, Jr. Représentant de l'État de l'Arizona et le gouverneur Jan Brewer a été John J. Bouma. Représentant le U.S. était U.S. Solliciteur général adjoint Edwin Kneedler. Gouverneur de l'Arizona Jan Brewer était également présent. There were protests and[En savoir plus ...]

An NPR story yesterday, Prison Economies Help Drive Ariz. Droit de l'immigration, highlights the role of the private prison business in the development of Arizona's anti-immigrant bill, SB 1070, portions of which are currently being litigated in the federal court. Oral argument in the case is scheduled for Monday, Novembre 1, 2010 as described in an earlier post, "Arizona Immigration Cases Set for Oral Argument." Immigration practitioners have known for years about the rapid growth of the private[En savoir plus ...]

Sur Novembre 1, 2010 à 9:00 a.m. the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals will hear oral arguments in U.S.A. dans. State of Arizona, Case No. 10-16645, at the James R. Browning U.S. Courthouse in San Francisco. This controversial case addresses the constitutionality of Arizona Senate Bill 1070, which requires state law enforcement officers to check a person's immigration status under certain circumstances, and authorizes a warrantless arrest where there is probable cause to believe that the person has[En savoir plus ...]

En septembre 7, 2010, l'American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), le New York Civil Liberties Union (NYCLU), l'Association nationale des avocats de la défense (NACDL), l'Association nationale des photographes de presse (NPPA), et Pascal Abidor, un double nationalité française et américaine, a poursuivi le U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) difficile que la politique inconstitutionnelle DHS qui permet aux agents frontaliers de rechercher les médias électroniques sans soupçon ou des bons de souscription. Le cas est Abidor, et al v. Napolitano, Aucun. … [En savoir plus ...]

KnoxNews.com out of Tennessee reports an August 27, 2010 AP news item indicating that 27 de 820 people scooped up by the state wildlife department for fishing without a license, and who also lacked identification, turned out to be immigrants who were turned over to Davidson County Jail. The Jail then turned them over to US Immigration and Customs and Enforcement (ICE) for deportation. Davidson County is one of many jurisdictions across the country that has signed a "287(sol)" agreement with ICE. … [En savoir plus ...]