Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – January 22, 2010


In this issue:

1. Openers

2. The ABC's Of Immigration: Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

3. Ask

4. Border and Enforcement News

-More illegals apprehended off CA coast

5. News from the Courts


-Four Illegal Immigrants Charged with Running a Philadelphia Brothel

-Supreme Court Rules in Kucana v. Holder

6. News Bytes

-Report touts amnesty as economic stimulus

-NYC mayor vows fight for amnesty

-Catholic Bishops press for amnesty

-Iraqi collaborator denied U.S. permanent residency

-Visa revocation procedures enabled Christmas Bomber plot

-Feds implement new online visa application program-India

-NJ in-state tuition bill fails

-Church, activists plan to airlift Haitian orphans

-Haitian deportations suspended following deadly quake

7. Washington Watch

-NY senator, FL pols call for TPS extension to Haitian illegals

-U.S. officials prepare for potential wave of Haitians

8. Notes from the Blogs

9. State Department Visa Bulletin: January 2010

Please see full bulletin below for more information.

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DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this update, the information provided herein may not be applicable in all situations and should not be acted upon without specific legal advice based on particular situations.

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