Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – December 13, 2010

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1. Openers; 2. ABCs of Immigration Law: The DREAM Act Proposal; 3. Ask Visalaw.com; 4. Border and Enforcement News: Feds at odds with Victorville, CA over regional center, California student released after intervention by Sen. Feinstein, ACLU accuses ICE of illegally detaining bus, Incoming FL governor would back Arizona-like immigration enforcement, Jeb Bush announces opposition to Arizona’s immigration law; 5. News from the Courts: CA students qualify for in-state tuition regardless of immigration status, Supreme Court hears challenge to Arizona employer sanctions law; 6. News Bytes: Rhode Island governor-elect firm about repealing executive order, Tennessee lawmaker sorry for remarks on immigrants, Whitman agrees to provide former housekeeper with unpaid wages, Miami student leader reveals he is an undocumented migrant, Governor pardons six immigrants facing deportation over old crimes, Attorney General-elect says RI to adopt federal immigration program, GOP blocks fiery immigration resolution, California town passes E-Verify requirement; 7. Washington Watch: Lawmakers expect DHS to cancel troubled border security program, House OKs proxy marriage bill for service members, Texas Rep. elected leader of Democratic Hispanic Caucus, Steve King: ‘birthright citizenship’ bill could be soon, Alabama senator stalls Ferschke bill; 8. Notes from the Visalaw.com Blogs; and 9. State Department Visa Bulletin: January 2011.

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