President Obama’s decision to appoint Cecilia Muñoz to head his Domestic Policy Council Tuesday brings to the forefront the controversy among immigrant advocate organizations about the current administration’s immigration policy.
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Former members of a task force on Secure Communites sent a letter this week to Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano calling on her to suspend the immigration enforcement program.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday it is immediately terminating its immigration enforcement agreements with the office of Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz.
The Supreme Court’s decision to hear the legal challenge to Arizona’s controversial immigration enforcement law S.B. 1070 is taking center stage in the immigration debate, as supporters and opponents of the measure call on the court to rule in their favor.
The Department of Homeland Security announced Thursday it will begin reviewing about 300,000 deportation proceedings to implement prosecutorial discretion measures laid out in a June 2011 memo issued by John Morton, director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Arizona Sen. Russell Pearce, one of the most recognized architects of Arizona’s immigration enforcement law, better known as S.B. 1070, lost a recall election Tuesday.
Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano delivered a speech today at American University about border security, immigration enforcement and her department’s controversial Secure Communities program.
The Department of Homeland Security issued a letter on Thursday that says it will implement prosecutorial discretion measures to review deportation proceedings laid out in a June memo issued by John Morton, director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The National Immigration Forum — a member of a task force created by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to help improve its Secure Communities immigration enforcement program — is questioning ICE’s decision to terminate agreements to implement the program in an effort to prevent agencies from opting out of it altogether.
The list of business and industry organizations that oppose federally mandated E-Verify, the federal electronic employee verification program, continues to grow.