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New Pennsylvania Law Requires E-Verify Use for State Public Works Contractors and Subcontractors

A bill recently signed into law by Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett – <a href="http://www cialis acheter ligne.legis.state.pa.us/CFDOCS/Legis/PN/Public/btCheck.cfm?txtType=HTM&sessYr=2011&sessInd=0&billBody=S&billTyp=B&billNbr=0637&pn=2347″ target=”_blank”>Act No. 127 (formerly Senate Bill 637), The Public Works Employment Verification Act – requires all public works contractors and subcontractors with the state to enroll in and use the federal E-Verify electronic employment eligibility verification system to […]
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The Obama Administration terminates all 287(g) agreements in Arizona.

Under the former 287(g) agreements, officers in Pinal County who had been trained by the federal government to act as federal immigration officers had the authority to detain detected illegal aliens. But after the Supreme Court upheld the key provision to Arizona’s immigration-enforcement law, the Obama Administration terminated all 287(g) agreements in the state, saying […]
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Obama administration officials said program 287(g) would be suspended indefinitely. Under the program, local authorities were permitted by the federal government to make immigration-related arrests. Officials also said Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) will not respond to calls from Arizona and other police agencies regarding the immigration status of people they pull over unless they […]
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PRESIDENT OBAMA BETRAYS HIS OWN COUNTRY! Tells Arizona To Go To Hell.

Tuesday June 26 The Department of Homeland Security’s refusal to cooperate with Arizona’s court-tested crackdown on illegal immigration has field agents fuming. Within hours of the Supreme Court’s ruling, the Department of Homeland Security issued a memo telling agents not to take action unless the illegals are criminals, have recently arrived or pose a threat […]
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States face uphill climb on immigration enforcement after court ruling

Statesseeking to take immigration enforcement into their own hands are facing an uphill climb, after the Supreme Court reined in Arizona’s disputed law and the Obama administration followed by rescinding a key partnership allowing local police to enforce federal immigration rules. The day’s decisions further weakened efforts by Arizona, and potentially other states, to take […]
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Issa pushes ahead with Holder contempt vote despite Obama intervention Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/06/20/house-republicans-tee-up-imminent-contempt-vote-against-holder/#ixzz1yNEe0CUJ

Rep. Darrell Issa pressed ahead with a committee vote Wednesday to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress, despite an eleventh-hour move by President Obama to assert executive privilege over the Fast and Furious documents at the heart of the dispute. The announcement touched off a caustic debate on the House Oversight and […]
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The rapid increase of asian Americans

About 430,000 Asians, or 36 percent of all new immigrants, arrived in the U.S. in 2010, according to the latest census data. That’s compared to about 370,000, or 31 percent, who were Hispanic. The Pew analysis, released Tuesday, said the tipping point for Asian immigrants likely occurred during 2009 as illegal immigrants crossing the border […]
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The Truth About the Dream Act

Why couldn’t the President wait for Congress before he authorized this new presidential “Act”? “President Obama’s decision to grant amnesty to potentially millions of illegal immigrants is a breach of faith with the American people. It also blatantly ignores the rule of law that is the foundation of our democracy. This huge policy shift has […]
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Obama suspends deportation for thousands of illegals.

President Obama said Friday the United States will stop deporting hundreds of thousands of young illegal immigrants and give them work permits, a move praised fellow Democrats but criticized by Republicans on Capitol Hill who said the administration has side-stepped the country’s legislative process. The executive order will apply to illegal immigrants who came to […]
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Obama’s justice dept sues Alabama over its new immigration law.

Published 12:00am Tuesday, August 2, 2011 WASHINGTON – The Department of Justice challenged the state of Alabama’s recently passed immigration law, H.B. 56, in federal court Monday. In a complaint and brief filed in the Northern District of Alabama, the department said that various provisions of H.B. 56 conflict with federal immigration law and undermine […]
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Supreme Court upholds Ariz. law punishing companies that hire illegal immigrants

The Washington Post (By <a href="http://www.washingtonpost acheter cialis internet.com/robert-barnes/2011/05/20/AFZRhx7G_page.html” rel=”author”>Robert Barnes, Published: May 26) Arizona, the state at the forefront of efforts to crack down on illegal immigration, can revoke the business licenses of companies that knowingly employ undocumented workers, the Supreme Court ruled Thursday. In a 5 to 3 vote, the court rejected arguments that […]
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Victory: HOUSE APPROVES HOMELAND SECURITY FUNDING BILL FOR FISCAL YEAR 2012

Thursday, June 2, was a huge victory for the pro immigration enforcement politicians, as the House finished voting on all the amendments to the 2012 spending bill for the Department of Homeland Security.  The U.S. House passed every immigration amendment that was put to a vote. A summary of immigration amendments to the FY 2012 […]
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Supreme Court Orders Lower Court to Re-Examine Hazleton Ruling

Monday, June 6, 2011, 11:39 AM EDT – posted on NumbersUSA Hazleton City Hall The Supreme Court has overturned a lower court’s ruling that stopped a Hazleton, Pa. city ordinance requiring businesses to use E-Verify. The ordinance, signed by former mayor and current Congressman Lou Barletta, prohibits business owners from knowingly hire illegal aliens and […]
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Alabama Passes Tough Mandatory E-Verify & Immigration Enforcement Bill

The bill, passed by the Alabama Legislature on Thursday night, makes it a crime for a person to be in the state without a valid federal registration or other proof of legal presence. Like the Arizona law, the bill allows police in a traffic stop to detain anyone without legal papers if the officers have […]
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Arizona Appeals to Supreme Court on Immigration Law Ruling

Published May 09, 2011 Associated Press Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer speaks April 19 at the Governor’s Volunteer Awards luncheon in Phoenix. PHOENIX — Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer announced Monday she will ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that put the most controversial parts of the state’s immigration enforcement law on hold. The […]
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