Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – November 22, 2010


In this Issue: 1. Openers; 2. ABCs of Immigration Law: The DREAM Act Proposal; 3. Ask; 4. Border and Enforcement News, GAO report: Border Patrol’s hands tied by Interior, Agriculture rules, Flight school students arrested, Iowa planning board vote against ICE holding site, One out of three deportation requests denied; 5. News from the Courts, Arizona citizenship proof law for voters overturned by court, Costs to defend Arizona immigration law top $1 million, Court signals backing for Arizona immigration law, Nebraska Court won’t weigh in on immigration measure, Feds to reopen Michigan man’s asylum case, Supreme Court weighs fairness of citizenship rule that varies by sex, Immigration courts add 23 judges; 6. News Bytes, Naturalization documents add security features, New process for relatives of green card holders, Jesse Jackson Sr. asks voters to protect 14th amendment, Temporary Protected Status for Somalia extended 18 months, Rhode Island governor says he’ll rescind immigration order, New Mexico governor unlikely to imitate Arizona immigration law, Largest number of service members naturalized since 1955, Study: 100,000 Hispanics left Arizona after SB1070; 7. Washington Watch, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid want DREAM Act vote; 8. Notes from the Blogs; and 9. State Department Visa Bulletin: December 2010

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