Court: Man can't use parents to avoid deportation PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 23 May 2012 08:02

The Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- The Supreme Court says someone brought to the U.S. as a child by legal immigrant parents can't avoid deportation for criminal activities.
The high court on Monday unanimously ruled against Carlos Martinez Gutierrez, who wants to keep from being deported as a criminal immigrant.
Immigrants facing deportation can get an exception if they've been here for at least seven continuous years and have been legally registered as an immigrant for at least five years. The high court, in a decision written by Justice Elena Kagan, agreed with the government position that a person cannot use his parents' qualification under those rules to avoid deportation.
The high court decision overturns an earlier ruling by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

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Voter ID laws PDF Print E-mail
Monday, 26 March 2012 04:59
the Truth about the Dream Ace PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 07:42


 The DREAM Act has become a rallying cry for President Obama, members of his administration, and liberal Democrats everywhere. President Obama has vowed to “keep fighting for the DREAM Act,” which would grant amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants.

Justice Department files objection PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 15 March 2012 05:41

The Obama administration has once more gone too far in its "overreach," Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Monday, after the Justice Department objected to the state's new voter photo ID law, saying Texas failed to demonstrate that the law is not discriminatory by design against Hispanic voters.

Immigrant tuition fight derails bill PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 01 March 2012 21:10

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Indiana senators fearing a backlash from conservatives scuttled an expansive education proposal this week after it was amended to grant in-state tuition to illegal immigrants already enrolled in state schools.

Lawmakers banned illegal immigrants from qualifying for in-state tuition last year as part of a tougher immigration law. But Republican Sen. Jean Leising of Oldenburg amended a massive education bill this year to grandfather in those who enrolled in universities before July 2011.

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