Category: Immigration

November 28, 2007

Not That Bad In France

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Filed under: Immigration - 28 Nov 2007

It seems that our Gallic partners in the West are not to suffer the fire and chaos that swept the nation two years ago. After only a few days of violent unrest in the Parisian suburbs — including the …


July 28, 2007

Hazelton Ruling May Have Far-Reaching Impact

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Filed under: Immigration,News - 28 Jul 2007

The Hazelton ruling on illegal immigration reform seems like it will have broad and far-reaching consequences. Dozens of small municipalities across the country have passed similar reforms in recent months, but the federal ruling firmly establishes that it is …


July 26, 2007

Hazelton, PA’s Illegal Immigration Reform Overruled

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Filed under: Immigration,Local Law - 26 Jul 2007

The small town of Hazelton, PA attempted to pass legislation earlier this year to penalize businesses that support illegal immigration. With broad support from the city counsel, Mayor Barletta designed the bill in a similar fashion to other attempts …


July 12, 2007

Federal Law Blocks Marriage For Illegal Immigrants

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Filed under: Federal Law,Immigration - 12 Jul 2007

A new federal law is inadvertently making it impossible for illegal immigrants to get married in the United States. The law, which has been in the books for over a decade, requires couples to present their Social Security numbers …


June 27, 2007

Immigration Bill On the Edge

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Filed under: Bush,Immigration,News,Senate - 27 Jun 2007

The Senate Immigration bill is rapidly losing support from both left and right wing supporters as it moves towards a crucial vote today. The bill is a top priority for the Bush administration, but the Republican party resolution disapproving …


June 16, 2007

Conservative Bloggers Revile Bush

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Filed under: Bush,Immigration,Technology - 16 Jun 2007

Conservative bloggers are up in arms over the immigration reform bill that President Bush is trying to push through Congress. The bill had seemed to die only ten days ago, but was revived by the efforts of some …


June 10, 2007

Debate On Immigration Bill Continues, Despite Setback

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Filed under: Immigration - 10 Jun 2007

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid’s proposal to end debate and push the massive immigration bill through Congress was decisively defeated on Thursday night, prompting many opponents of the legislation to celebrate victory.

But the white house insists that the bill …


June 7, 2007

Senate Vote Hinders Immigration Bill

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Filed under: Immigration,Senate - 07 Jun 2007

Early this morning the Senate voted to put a five-year limit on the guest worker program that would be part of the new Immigration Bill. It was a surprising vote, since the Senate voted against a similar amendment proposed …


May 29, 2007

Doubt Expressed Over New Immigration Law

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Filed under: Congress,Immigration - 29 May 2007

The Immigration law being hammered out in Congress right now intends to solve the problem of illegal immigrants in this country in two ways: by legalizing the ones who are already here and by deterring further illegals from crossing …


May 22, 2007

Texan Anti-Immigration Law Blocked

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Filed under: Immigration - 22 May 2007

The town of Farmer’s Branch, TX attempted to pass a law this month which would heavily penalize landlords for renting apartments to illegal immigrants. The city ordinance, which was approved by a significant majority in a city vote, requires …


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