Immigration Law News. Crime Stories, Law on News and Legal Publications in April, 2017

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Kuwait's new DNA collection law is scarier than we ever imagined
FusionApril 1, 2017

Horrible laws often follow major terrorist attacks. After 9/11, the U.S. Congress passed the Patriot Act. After the Charlie Hebdo shooting in Paris last year, European powers contemplated sweeping, strikingly bold internet surveillance laws. Following ...more »

Take On The Law Of Numbers With Grit And Fundamentals
ForbesApril 1, 2017

With the law of numbers and perilous percentages against them, translating into limited options, small business owners survive by calling on a special kind of "I GOTTA make it" resolve . But, alas, resolve alone isn't enough. To overcome the reality of ...more »

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Immigration law in 2017: Will I be deported?
Asianjournal.comApril 6, 2017

What would you say to our community regarding the slew of immigration orders and policies that have been on the news lately? Below are what I would say, as an introduction, to what it means to be in deportation according to current immigration laws.more »

Undocumented Workers
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Undocumented immigrants pay their fair share of taxes, too
The Progressive PulseApril 12, 2017

Tax Day is just around the corner, and this year is no different than any other for countless undocumented immigrants filling tax forms in North Carolina. Current rhetoric on immigration often overlooks the important contributions undocumented ...more »

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Mark Green: A nation of laws does not harbor criminals
Knoxville News SentinelApril 9, 2017

America is a nation of laws. When laws are arbitrarily applied in some situations and not in others, clearly, it is not justice and there is no law. Recently, I filed Senate Bill 0155, which, if passed, will prohibit any municipality, whether a city or ...more »

Joseph J. Moyer: Reduce H-1B visas
News & ObserverApril 5, 2017

Disney was recently caught having a more expensive employee being forced to train his less expensive H-1B employee. This program is being used to import less expensive professional labor the same way that our Congress and administrations allowed our ...more »

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Officials worry immigrants not reporting crimes under Trump
wwlp.comApril 4, 2017

Law enforcement officials said some victims may be too afraid to report crime. It may have something to do with President Donald Trump's immigration policies. It is almost unheard of for a police chief to tell the public a decrease in crime reports may ...more »

Political Asylum & Refugees
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102 villagers, 750 refugees, one grand experiment
The GuardianApril 19, 2017

Although the attack is an anomaly, and although most of the refugees have been peaceful and law-abiding, the national mood toward Merkel's asylum politics has curdled. The rightwing populist party Alternative für Deutschland agitates for the removal of ...more »


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