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"Last night a gun battle raged in Reynosa for at least three hours. The next day it went unreported in Reynosa’s daily newspapers. #Reynosafollow had it, though ..." - Melissa del Bosque, Texas Observer, Dec. 2, 2011 .

Travelers Say They Were Denied Entry to U.S. for Twitter Jokes

"As American security agencies increasingly take to Twitter, Facebook and other social networking sites in search of potential threats, two European travelers say the system lacks one important quality: a sense of humor. The travelers, Leigh Van Bryan and Emily Bunting, said they were detained...

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After Immigration Arrests, Online Outcry, and Release

"Immigration agents arrested the mother and brother of a prominent activist during a raid at her home here late Thursday, unleashing a vigorous response on social media and focusing new attention on one of the most controversial aspects of the Obama administration’s policies on deportation...

When Is A Tweet An Attorney Advertisement?

"Immigration attorneys have naturally adapted to the internet faster than attorneys in other practice areas. They were the among the first to set up their own web sites , and with the advent of social media have also happily adapted to Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and other social networks. Using...

If the Blog is Down...

On rare occasion (such as Friday, Mar. 15, 2013) the blog, http://www.lexisnexis.com/community/immigration-law/ , may be down for repairs or minor hiccups. If that happens, and you are not receiving emails or RSS feeds from the blog, please migrate to my Twitter feed, https://twitter.com/dkbib . Thank...

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EOIR Now on Facebook

"The Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) has opened a Facebook account to assist the agency in providing interested parties with information about news, events, and announcements through a second social media channel. Please note that EOIR’s website, www.justice.gov/eoir, will continue...