Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – September 24th, 2010


1. Openers

2. ABCs of Immigration Law: M Visas for Vocational Students

3. Ask

4. Border and Enforcement News

-Border patrol faces misconduct accusations

-Fewer law enforcement officers become immigration agents

-Houston native wrongly deported for 85 days

5. News from the Courts

-DOJ sues Arizona colleges for employment discrimination

-Fremont, Nebraska law questioned in state court

-Appeals court stops Pennsylvania city’s immigration law

6. News Bytes

-Virginia DMV stops accepting federal work permit card

-Sheriff’s New Hampshire visit prompts ’12 speculation

-Study: effects of birthright citizenship repeal

-Homeland Security to test iris scanners

-US Embassy will process some visas in Mexico City

-Report: Immigrant children high achievers in school

7. Washington Watch

-Democrats will add DREAM Act to defense bill

-Senator Kerry pitches softer approach to immigration raids

-Napolitano: It’s Congress’ turn to act on immigration

8. Notes from the Blogs

9. State Department Visa Bulletin: October 2010

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