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Immigrants in the Military: A History of Service

by Jeff Mason
August 16, 2017
Courtesy of Bipartisan Policy Center
In the last few years, there have been increasing policy questions raised about immigrants serving in the United States Armed Forces. Most recently, the Department of Defense is considering ending the Military Accessions Vital to National Interest (MAVNI) program, which allows certain legal immigrants with needed skills such as strategic languages or medical education to earn green cards by serving in the Army.

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[21 August 2017 | No Comment | ]
11 held in ICE restaurant raids plead guilty

by Jack Weatherly 
August 17, 2017
Courtesy of Mississippi Buisiness Journal

Eleven foreign nationals arrested Feb. 22 in raids at Jackson and Meridian area restaurants by agents of the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency have pleaded guilty, or in one case await a plea hearing, to violating the federal Re-entry of Deported or Removed Alien act.
They are among 55 foreign nationals who were arrested by ICE agents at eight Asian restaurants.

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[21 August 2017 | No Comment | ]
How anti-immigrant fervor harms domestic-violence victims

by Kathy Moore
August 21, 2017
Courtesy of  L.A. Daily News
Less than a year into the Trump administration, immigrant survivors of domestic violence are facing a growing crisis in California and across the nation. As the administration pressures local governments to help deport millions of people, many survivors are declining to seek the help and support they need.

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[21 August 2017 | No Comment | ]
Bad immigration lawyers hard to find, harder to stop

By Nomaan Merchant
August 21, 2017
Courtesy of Star Tribune
HOUSTON — Soon after he opened his office serving immigrants fighting to stay in the United States, Raed Gonzalez became a lawyer who goes after other lawyers.A person with a winnable case can be thrown into deportation by a missed deadline or a botched court filing, and attorneys quietly known by others to do bad legal work can practice for years without being stopped. So Gonzalez began helping immigrants file complaints against lawyers with their state licensing organizations. By his count, his firm