"Saying that federal law determines who is here legally, a Maricopa County Superior Court judge ruled today that "dreamers'' are entitled to the same tuition rates as other Arizona residents. Judge Arthur Anderson rejected arguments...
"...We now need one US Senator to simply let the issue run its course.
Mr. Grassley should not be demonized for his position on business
based immigration policies, nor should this debate be any more acerbic
than in previous years. He is...
"Repealing birthright citizenship would be the equivalent of “a tax on
every child born in America,” said Grover Norquist, president of
Americans for Tax Reform. He was commenting on a recent National
Foundation for American Policy...
Marjorie Cortez, Deseret News, Sept. 21, 2016 - "U.S. Department of Justice attorneys have dropped the appeal of a Utah federal judge's decision to grant an individualized bond hearing to a Salt Lake man who had been detained in the Utah County...
Chairez-Castrejon v. Bible, May 19, 2016 - "Although Mr. Chairez advocates for the use of the Second and Ninth Circuits’ bright-line rule, he argues that under either approach, he is entitled to a bond hearing because his detention has been...
Golicov v. Lynch, Sept. 19, 2016 - "Petitioner Constantine Fedor Golicov, a lawful permanent resident of the United States, seeks review of an order of the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA) concluding that his Utah state conviction for failing to...
"This case requires us to apply a 1952 statute to circumstances far removed from those that the enacting Congress imagined. Gary Anderson, born in England to an American serviceman father and an English mother, is a citizen of the United States if...
Official headnotes, emphasis added:
(1) The categorical approach, which requires a focus on the minimum conduct that has a realistic probability of being prosecuted under the statute of conviction, is employed to determine whether the respondent’s...
"A common criticism of the U.S. immigration system is it tilts toward
family admissions. This criticism rests, in part, on the mistaken notion
that any close relations sponsored by U.S. citizens come to America
quickly as permanent residents....