Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – April 12, 2010



1. Openers

2. The ABC's Of Immigration: Visa Waiver Program

3. Ask

4. Border and Enforcement News

-Napolitano shifts policy on border fence

-Recent restaurant raids show immigration agency’s new strategy

-Acting CPB chief details alternative border tech

5. News from the Courts

-Supreme Court to review immigration law that favors children of US mothers, over US fathers

-Minor drug cases, major trouble for immigrants

-Supreme Court: Attorney gave immigrant bad advice

6. News Bytes

-New immigrants avoiding big cities, study finds

-Recession, immigration spur more families to live together

7. Washington Watch

-Groups mobilize to pressure lawmakers to act on immigration reform

8. Notes from the Blogs

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