Daniel M. Kowalski
Immigration no threat to English use in U.S.: study

"U.S. citizens concerned that Latino immigrants will have them singing 'The Star-Spangled Banner' in Spanish can rest easy, according to an academic study published on Wednesday." Reuters, Sept. 13, 2006. http://today.reuters.com/news...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
U.S. Government Blocks Citizens' Return Home

"Federal officials are preventing a Pakistani-American father and son from returning to their home in California. Officials want the two U.S. citizens to take a polygraph test before allowing their return home. The case raises constitutional questions...

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Migrant reform: 9/11's role debated

"Meyers believes Mexico and the U.S. would have reached an immigration agreement by now if the attacks hadn't happened, leading to more reforms. But Audrey Singer, immigration fellow at the Brookings Institution, isn't so sure." Arizona...

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John Lennon and the Politics of Deportation, From Nixon to Bush

"With the soon-to-be-released documentary 'The U.S. vs. John Lennon' recounting President Richard Nixon?s campaign to deport the mop-topped Beatle because of his anti-war activism, Lennon historian and film consultant Jon Wiener writes that...

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DHS: No plans to use cruise ships as detention centers

"In response to an inquiry from lawmakers, the Homeland Security Department's Immigration and Customs Enforcement bureau acknowledged that it may use old cruise ships to detain illegal aliens, but said it has no immediate plans to do so."...

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Daniel M. Kowalski
Immigration law rules by fear

"I received an urgent message recently from my clients. Her ex-husband had beaten her up again and she was traumatized. Sandra is an immigrant survivor of domestic violence. I have been working with her for several months to help her and her children...

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