Siskind's Immigration Bulletin – May 27, 2010


In This Issue:

1. Openers

2. ABCs of Immigration Law: U Visas for Victims of Specific Crimes

3. Ask

4. Border and Enforcement News (This edition, focusing on Arizona)

-Democratic senator asks GOP governor to hold off on Ariz. immigration law, wait for Congress

-Mexico's Calderon to protest Arizona law to Obama

-Austin cuts off business and travel ties with Arizona

-Phoenix mayor looks to Obama on Arizona law

-Dallas council members urge consideration of Arizona boycott

-ACLU, NAACP among those fighting Arizona immigration law

-Palin joins Arizona Governor to defend immigration law

-AFL-CIO wants DHS to stop working with Arizona state cops

5. News from the Courts

-Judge deports former Nazi guard

6. News Bytes

-Legal status extended for Central Americans

7. Washington Watch

-Schumer Tries to Raise Holy Help on Immigration Overhaul

-Bersin Unlikely to Receive Senate Confirmation

-Fla. Gov. Crist says path to citizenship for illegally present immigrants can help keep Social Security solvent

-In U.S. visit, Mexican president to discuss drug war, immigration

-Hispanics: All sides to blame for immigration stalemate

-Illegally Present Immigrant Students Protest at McCain Office

8. Notes from the Blogs

9. State Department Visa Bulletin: June 2010

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