Deportation. Legal news and articles for February 22 - 23, 2012

Report: Tough laws don't make illegal immigrants 'self-deport'Supreme Court Holds that Filing False Tax Return is Grounds for DeportationImmigrants can be deported for filing false tax returns, Supreme Court findsMitt Romney's Deportation of the Latino VoteTough laws don't make illegal immigrants 'self-deport'Lili Gil: Republican Debate Strikes Out with Latino VotersAttorney General to investigate claims against BabeuNigerian fulfills his American dream by becoming citizenImmigrant coalition heads to capitalDeportation for non-Cypriots those who break the lawCanada to Deport 'Drunk-Driving' PriestReport: Tough immigration laws don't make illegal immigrants 'self-deport'Report: Tough laws don't make illegal immigrants "self-deport"The man behind Romney's “self-deportation” planBloggings on Immigration Law and Policy

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UNION LEADER: OBAMA PANDERING TO LATINO GROUPS FOR POLITICAL GAIN
The Cypress TimesFebruary 1, 2012

In this case, officers should close her deportation case as she poses no criminal threat and could still be nursing her American baby. In another training scenario, ICE agents would be asked what to do with an Asian Pacific man who has been a legal...more »

Criminal Defense Attorney Patricia Campi of Summit Defense Law Firm Wins ...
San Francisco Chronicle (press release)February 3, 2012

By a criminal lawyer, San Jose clients are advised that California district attorneys still prosecute domestic abuse cases. In Campi's most recent domestic violence defense victory, the client, whose name is withheld to protect his reputation, ...more »

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Report: Tough laws don't make illegal immigrants 'self-deport'
Arizona Capitol TimesFebruary 23, 2012

The report, released Wednesday by the Center for American Progress, said tough laws like Arizona's SB 1070 do not prompt illegal immigrants to “self-deport.” Instead, those people either stay where they are, but “in the shadows,” or they move to ...more »

Supreme Court Holds that Filing False Tax Return is Grounds for Deportation
Accounting TodayFebruary 23, 2012

By Michael Cohn, Accounting Today The US Supreme Court decided in a 6-3 opinion that a married pair of Japanese immigrants could be deported from the US because of tax felony convictions. An immigration judge had ordered the removal of resident aliens ...more »

Immigrants can be deported for filing false tax returns, Supreme Court finds
NOLA.comFebruary 23, 2012

As scotusblog.com reports, the high court issued a decision finding that immigration law allows the government to deport people who file false returns because it amounts to "fraud and deceit" that fits under the definition of an aggravated felony.more »

Mitt Romney's Deportation of the Latino Vote
Politic365February 23, 2012

And, when addressing Department of Justice lawsuits filed in response to the controversial SB 1070 immigration law, Romney then said, “I will drop those lawsuits on Day One.” In cleverly stating that he essentially supports Arizona's efforts to enforce ...more »

Tough laws don't make illegal immigrants 'self-deport'
KTAR.comFebruary 23, 2012

The report, released Wednesday by the Center for American Progress, said tough laws like Arizona's SB 1070 do not prompt illegal immigrants to "self-deport." Instead, those people either stay where they are, but "in the shadows," or they move to ...more »

Lili Gil: Republican Debate Strikes Out with Latino Voters
Fox NewsFebruary 23, 2012

After 9-9-9, $10000 bets, the DREAM Act controversy, self-deportation, the birth control controversy, claims of phony theology and a Kentucky Derby-style race, there is no doubt that every single debate still counts -- event the 20th time.more »

Attorney General to investigate claims against Babeu
Explorer NewsFebruary 23, 2012

This idea of deportation was never an issue. I don't have the authority to deport anybody. There was no law enforcement action here at all." Babeu said his attorney contacted Jose to get the passwords in September of last year, while noting that there ...more »

Nigerian fulfills his American dream by becoming citizen
Columbus DispatchFebruary 23, 2012

A government review of his record turned up the old deportation order. The law he had violated was no longer in force. Still, agents rearrested him, planning to deport him. That's when the attention came. Cameron Mitchell, the restaurant entrepreneur ...more »

Immigrant coalition heads to capital
Yale Daily NewsFebruary 23, 2012

As the controversial US Immigration and Customs Enforcement program known as Secure Communities rolled out statewide, the group delivered a letter to Gov. Dannel Malloy expressing “alarm” at the program, which will begin checking fingerprints of ...more »

Deportation for non-Cypriots those who break the law
Cyprus MailFebruary 23, 2012

By Alexis Pantelides Published on February 23, 2012 FOREIGNERS deemed to be a threat to public safety could be deported from the island after the state decided to take a tougher stance on the matter. Under the new initiative, authorities could choose ...more »

Canada to Deport 'Drunk-Driving' Priest
AllAfrica.comFebruary 23, 2012

By Edmund Kagire, 23 February 2012 He battled Genocide charges and succeeded, but somehow the law has caught up with him. Juvénal Nsengiyumva, a Rwandan Catholic priest living in Montreal, Canada, will finally be deported to Rwanda after a court in the ...more »

Report: Tough immigration laws don't make illegal immigrants 'self-deport'
Bellingham HeraldFebruary 23, 2012

"It doesn't benefit anyone for Hispanics to not call the police ... the fact is those crimes are going to spread." Kobach agreed with at least part of the report, that illegal immigrants do sometimes relocate to states with lesser immigration laws, ...more »

Report: Tough laws don't make illegal immigrants "self-deport"
Cronkite NewsFebruary 22, 2012

“It doesn't benefit anyone for Hispanics to not call the police . . . the fact is those crimes are going to spread.” Kobach agreed with at least part of the report, that illegal immigrants do sometimes relocate to states with lesser immigration laws, ...more »

The man behind Romney's “self-deportation” plan
SalonFebruary 22, 2012

He wrote SB1070, the Arizona's controversial law designed to identify and deport illegal aliens, a measure which has been partially blocked by a lawsuit brought by the Justice Department.The law is strongly supported by Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer, ...more »

Bloggings on Immigration Law and Policy
ILW.comFebruary 22, 2012

These laws hijack the federal government's responsibility for immigration and have caused a civil-rights emergency. But Mr. Romney's response has been to condemn the Obama Justice Department for fighting them in court. Romney's opponents don't come off ...more »

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