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Non-Violent Immigration Prosecutions Have Increased, New Data Reveals

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Federal immigration prosecutions rose to record high levels in 2009, according to the Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC). The federal government’s shift in resources has meant more serious criminals involved in drugs, weapons, and organized crime face a lower probability of prosecution. The number of immigration prosecutions has continued to increase and now make up 54 percent of all federal criminal prosecutions.

Immigration Quandary- Racial Profiling or Border Control OR ELIMINATION OF THE 14TH AMENDMENT THREAT?

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The birthright citizenship may be attacked as proposed by Senator Russell Pearce, the architect of SB 1070. This legislation aims at targeting “anchor babies” of those principally of Mexican descent and comes closely on the heels of SB 1070. The law is too nebulous for police to enforce and in some counties police have refused to do so. Furthermore, the law encourages alienage and nationality rather than criminality as the determining factor.

What is FLAG DAY- June 14, 2010

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Although not an official federal holiday, Flag Day is celebrated on June 14 every year and commemorates the United States flag which was adopted in 1777 by resolution of the Second Continental Congress.

Voluntary Departure Requirements

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Voluntary departure is a form of relief for an alien who is subject to removal. While voluntary departure carries the advantage of avoiding detention and allowing an alien, if eligible, to apply for admission at some future time, a violation of a voluntary departure order will result in stiff penalties. Before requesting voluntary departure an alien in deportation proceedings should consult with an experienced immigration attorney.

MANDELA’S MANTRA OF INVICTUS RENEWED WITH 2010 WORLD CUP

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“I am the Master of my Fate, I am the Captain of my Soul”             Recently the movie produced by Clint Eastwood starring Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon has gained much acclaim. The movie comes on the wake of South Africa hosting the 2010 Soccer World Cup.  Soccer has been one of the most democratic […]

Border Security is NOT Immigration Reform

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President Obama has been conferring with the Republicans in Senate and has come to the decision that he will send 1,200 National Guard troops to increase security at the US-Mexico border. Furthermore, he will also request $500,000,000 in order to have more personnel and technology down at the border.  His reason for doing so is […]

Religious Persecution is Widespread, Report Warns

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Religious persecution – The toughest restrictions on the right to worship come from otherwise repressive governments which target religious minorities. Americans should do all they can to highlight religious persecution and aid foreign believers seeking the right to worship God as they believe appropriate.

Are You Eligible for a U-Visa as a Victim of a Crime?

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The ultimate goal of the U-Visa is to provide for the protection of the victims of serious crimes and assist in the prosecution of the perpetrators by encouraging voluntary cooperation with law enforcement to resolve investigations.