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Department of Justice Cuts Off Negotiations With Sheriff Joe Arpaio

Apr 04, 2012

 The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) Civil Rights Division has cut off negotiations with Joe Arpaio’s Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office, according to Talking Points Memo. According to a letter obtained by TPM, Arpaio’s office is refusing to consider working with...

ICE Deported More Than 46,000 Immigrants with U.S. Citizen Children Last Year, Report Finds

Apr 02, 2012

Immigration enforcement and deportation have a particularly devastating impact on mixed status families, that is, families who have one or more direct members who are undocumented. When parents are deported, families face impossible decisions about whether their family will be...

Young Farm Workers Keep Cesar Chavez’s Dream Alive

Apr 01, 2012

  Editor’s Note: They may be too young to remember Cesar Chavez, but young people in California’s Central Valley are keeping his dream alive by continuing to work for the rights of today’s farm workers. For organizers and agricultural laborers...

Deportation Review Program Expands to Seven More Cities

Mar 30, 2012

WASHINGTON -- The Obama administration will expand its program to review pending deportation cases to four more cities at the end of April: Detroit, New Orleans, Orlando and Seattle, and to New York in May, San Francisco in June and...

DHS Change Would Allow Undocumented to Apply for Visa From U.S.

Mar 30, 2012

The Department of Homeland Security on Monday will post for public comment a change that would cut down on the time undocumented immigrants with U.S.-citizen family members spend away from their families while applying for a legal visa. Under the...

At ‘Holiday on ICE’ Hearing, Title Becomes a Heated Issue

Mar 29, 2012

Republicans in Congress on Wednesday derided the Obama administration’s plans to improve conditions for immigrants in detention, likening the reforms to an all-expenses-paid vacation in a hearing titled “Holiday on ICE.”Democrats and immigration reform advocates, however, questioned the pun-laden title...

Study: San Diego Immigrants Living in Fear

Mar 27, 2012

A new report released this week by the Center for American Progress finds that restrictionist immigration policies and ramped-up federal enforcement inhibit immigrant incorporation into their communities. Immigrants react to legal threats and hostile reception by going underground, according to...

A Tale of Two Undocumented Graduates

Mar 20, 2012

Raul Rodriguez and Alberto Ledesma live parallel lives. Both proudly claim UC Berkeley as their alma mater. Both have worked hard academically. And both have published personal essays about the stigma of being an undocumented student. But that’s where their...

Community Leaders Call for Transparency in SFPD-FBI Collaboration

Mar 19, 2012

SAN FRANCISCO – Arab American, Muslim and South Asian community leaders are urging Mayor Ed Lee to approve an ordinance that they believe could re-establish trust between their communities and the San Francisco Police Department.Last week, the San Francisco Board...

Immigration Rule Change to Take Effect This Year

Mar 18, 2012

A rule change designed to decrease the time some undocumented immigrants spend away from their families could be implemented by the end of this calendar year, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) Director Alejandro Mayorkas.The policy would allow...

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