WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court will decide three cases in coming months that could help or hinder President Donald Trump's efforts to ramp up border security and accelerate deportations of those in the country illegally. (Reuters Politics) More
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Posted on 22 March 2018 | 3:17 am | Google News
How the Supreme Court is Expanding the Immigrant Detention System
These facts are the backdrop to Jennings v. Rodriguez, an important immigration case decided by the Supreme Court last week. There were two issues in Jennings. The first was whether the Immigration and Nationality Act, which governs ERO's detention of ...
Posted on 9 March 2018 | 6:31 am | Google News
Texas man suing, because his State Representative blocked him on Twitter
Vice president Mike paints this morning America's posture towards regime will not change the verifiable steps toward denuclearization. In Washington Chama Angel Fox News. Kansas secretary of state Chris cope blocked defending Kansas is voter ...
Posted on 7 March 2018 | 10:31 am | Google News
Christian Science Monitor
Court fight over DACA highlights legal rights of noncitizens
Christian Science Monitor
Despite the injunctions that two federal courts placed on the president's decision to wind down DACA by Monday, “both courts have flat out said that there's no dispute that the Department of Homeland Security has the authority to end this DACA program ...
Posted on 5 March 2018 | 5:14 pm | Google News
Deadline Puts Pressure on 'Dreamers' Who Seek to Serve in US Military
But in an era of shifting politics over immigration and national security, the fast track has proven anything but. Saini, 24, is among an estimated 300 DACA recipients who have been waiting months -- many for more than a year -- to pass a backlog of ...
Posted on 5 March 2018 | 2:07 pm | Google News
The Supreme Court Just made Life Harder for Detained Immigrant Workers
... that drop wages and create worse jobs and being able to do that and not be held accountable for it. It is easier blaming the immigrant that takes a job and not the business owner or the legislator.” Professor Patiño explains that by looking closely ...
Symposium: Whatever happens in US v. Microsoft, three themes will persist
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Bipartisan Senators Introduce Bill to Help Tech Companies Comply with Domestic and Foreign Criminal Investigations ...
Posted on 2 March 2018 | 5:36 pm | Google News
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