It is one thing for a group of anti-immigrant zealots to threaten teens and young adults to foist their agenda on the country. It is wholly something else for a federal judge to do so. Unless he is stopped, the madness of Judge Hanen will lead to tragic results.
This past January, Senator Jeff Sessions (R-Ala) and Representative Dave Brat (R-Va) penned a letter to their Republican colleagues calling for decisi...
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Last month, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in United States v. Texas, a lawsuit brought by 26 states challenging President Obama's immigration policies. The case deals specifically with the constitutionality of the President's 2014 Deferred Action for Parents of Americans (DAPA) program.
Something is wrong when Supreme Court Justices wrestle this way with legal concepts. The problem is clearly not they. The law, regulations, and policies are the problem, as is the inertia that keeps them that way.
Climate change and immigration may sound like totally different issues, but this couldn't be further from the truth.
Today, yes today, the United States of America maintains the largest system of immigrant detention camps of any nation on the planet. Not North Korea, not Yemen, not the People's Republic of China, but us. The People of the United States. Have we not learned our lesson?
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Texas and 25 other states filed a lawsuit to block President Obama's November 2014 executive action to help keep immigrant families together. The DAPA and expanded DACA initiatives would help parents remain in the U.S. temporarily to work, further their education, and support their families.
Our immigrant communities have rightfully earned dignity and respect through years of hard labor without any relief. Miami is a cosmopolitan city. The immigrants that make up the spine of this multicultural metropolis will not tolerate hateful rhetoric that characterizes us as rapists, killers and thieves.
The process took six years, three changes in visa status, and living in a medically under-served region to receive permanent residency.
The top issue of the 2016 Republican primary hasn't been taxes and spending, income inequality, or even the economy; it's been immigration. Google search data, which reflects a snapshot of actual voter behavior, shows that immigration has been the top campaign issue for 57 of the past 72 weeks going back to December 2014.
Under Mayor de Blasio's administration, the City has undertaken initiatives to eliminate inequities against immigrant New Yorkers by enhancing their economic, civic and social integration into the broader community and facilitating their access to justice.
I looked at my patient, who struggled to walk three feet to the bathroom, holding onto the garbage can and the sink to reach the toilet without sliding to the floor. Doctors don't typically see their patients' hospital bills, but Mr. Santo's six-day stay likely cost our hospital over $12,000. As a monthly stint, this adds to over $100,000 per year.
Applying to be a citizen is very challenging - perhaps as it should be. But surveys of LPRs reveal many myths and fears. It is no wonder many have waited decades.
When I left the court I was more confident than ever that -- even with the court not at full strength -- this was going to be a lopsided victory for the United States and the president.