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Ismael Lopez, undocumented immigrant killed by police, lacks constitutional protection, city argues - The Washington Post
After police burst in the wrong home and murdered him, Mississippi claims illegal immigrants HAVE no right against illegal search or seizure.
law  via:reddit  4thAmmendment  immigration  washingtonpost 
september 2019 by mcherm
Harvard Student Says He Was Barred From U.S. Over His Friends’ Social Media Posts - The New York Times
He says immigration denied his visa because he had friends on Facebook who had posted anti-American slogans although he had not posted forwarded or even "liked" those statements.
immigration  law  nytimes  via:reddit  DonaldTrump  freespeech 
august 2019 by mcherm
Iraqi Has Returned To U.S. After ICE Deported Him Against Court Orders : NPR
The court ordered this group not be deported. ICE did so anyway, then lost him. The court ordered them to find him and bring him back, but they couldn't. The ACLU did find him and bring him back.
immigration  politics  ACLU  npr  via:reddit 
february 2019 by mcherm
How to get an EB-1 green card
Market yourself well to qualify for the "notable" route to a green card.
via:HackerNews  immigration 
october 2018 by mcherm
Judge halts mother-daughter deportation, threatens to hold Sessions in contempt - The Washington Post
Their lawyers were literally in the courtroom arguing their case when they got a text from their client that she and her daughter were being shuffled onto a plane by the US Government and flown out of the country!
law  immigration  DonaldTrump  evil 
august 2018 by mcherm
ICE Rigged Its Vetting Tool To Make Sure It Can Always Keep Immigrants Locked Up | Techdirt
The software that recommends "detain" or "release" was re-written so it ONLY says "detain".
law  ai  immigration  DonaldTrump  techdirt  via:Techdirt 
june 2018 by mcherm
In America, Naturalized Citizens No Longer Have an Assumption of Permanence | The New Yorker
The US is now searching for any possible lie on paperwork for naturalized citizens so it can deport them. The author explains why lying on the paperwork is very likely impossible to avoid.
law  overprosecution  immigration  via:reddit 
june 2018 by mcherm
Man freed after wrongful conviction, only to be taken into custody by immigration authorities - Chicago Tribune
If I understand correctly he was wrongfully convicted and freed, but that (and other) conviction(s) lost him the right to stay in the country.
law  immigration  via:reddit 
april 2018 by mcherm
Emails Show ICE Couldn't Find Enough Dangerous Immigrants To Fulfill The Adminstration's Fantasies | Techdirt
They tried to find three bad cases from each location but in most cases couldn't even find one criminal immigrant.
immigration  law  DonaldTrump  via:Techdirt 
february 2018 by mcherm
This Is What It Looks Like When the President Asks People to Snitch on Their Neighbors
The "tip line" for reporting immigrants who commit crimes has been used to a great extent in order to report family members who folks are trying to get rid of.
immigration  law  DonaldTrump  ethics 
october 2017 by mcherm
ICE manhunt forces passengers to show ID to exit domestic flight – VICE News
Customs inspects IDs on a domestic US flight, not allowing people to get off the flight without showing ID.
immigration  4thAmmendment  TSA  via:boingboing 
february 2017 by mcherm
US travel ban: Australian citizen given computer science test during immigration interview
TSA now giving CS test questions to some travelers claiming to have IT expertise.
TSA  immigration  via:HackerNews 
february 2017 by mcherm
A deportation at the UK border
She came to speak at a conference and was turned away by border guards.
law  immigration  personal_net  via:HackerNews 
june 2016 by mcherm
Why you might not want to incorporate in the USA | The Nitai (there can only be one)
How difficult it is for a foreign company or individual to set up a company in the US.
via:HackerNews  taxes  immigration  politics  startup 
march 2014 by mcherm
Here versus There: Public Policy Implications | Popehat
A reversal-of-roles scenario to consider the political issue of immigration.
politics  immigration  via:popehat 
december 2013 by mcherm
Immigration officials detaining, deporting American citizens
If immigration decides that you're not an American citizen, it's often quite hard to prove otherwise.
rights  civilrights  immigration 
january 2008 by mcherm

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