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Mexican Transsexual Seeks Asylum

GayCityNews
A Mexican transsexual has won a new hearing on claims both for asylum and, alternately, for protection in the U.S. under the international Convention Against Torture, or CAT.
On January 3, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, based in San Francisco, ruled that an Immigration Judge had improperly relied on unproven accusations of […]

“I didn’t know anything before today,” said Jesse Potts, ASB president and a senior at Everett High. He called Huerta’s call for immigrant rights “controversial” and objected to her leading students in the “Si se puede” chant.
“She put words in our mouths,” he said.

Latino Illegal Immigrant Rights Activist Dolores Huerta

Activist calls for equality for immigrant […]

Tell Your Senators and Congressional Representative That You Oppose AgJobs Amnesty

This is an action alert from CAPSweb.org

Senator Feinstein and Senator Larry Craig (ID) are the primary sponsors of a new AgJobs amnesty bill, S 237. Senator Boxer has joined as a co-sponsor. The House companion measure is HR 371.
This legislation would provide an amnesty ?blue card? for illegal aliens if they have worked in agriculture […]

UPDATE
FAIR President Dan Stein and Manuel Miranda Chairman of the Third Branch Conference discuss birthright citizenship on MSNBC, Jan. 8, 2007.

Immigration debate gets religious
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
January 8, 2007
A number of leading Christian conservative groups have formed a coalition on immigration and illegal aliens that will push religiously grounded positions that both sides of the […]

Are “Blue Cards” Next For 1.5 Million Illegal AG Workers Plus Their Famlies

“The reality is Americans have come to rely on an undocumented migrant work force to harvest our crops,” Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., said in a news conference.”

Supporters of Immigration Overhaul Rally
Washington Post
Janurary 7, 2007
WASHINGTON — Backers of overhauling immigration rules began a congressional push Wednesday to give temporary legal status to up to 1.5 million […]

The Connections Between Drugs, Terrorism, And Illegal Immigration

Drugs, Terrorism and Illegal Immigration
Threat Watch
Janurary 7, 2007

We live in a dangerous world in which the past is now blending with the present, and possibly influencing the future. The past is the pervasive problem of the importation of illegal narcotics into this country, much of it flowing across the U.S.-Mexican border. The present is the […]

System Overwhelmed Even Without ‘Amnesty,’ Guest Workers

Washington Post
As the White House and Congress prepare to overhaul the nation’s immigration laws, U.S. officials have concluded that they lack the technology and resources to handle the millions of applications for legal residency that could result from the changes and that several efforts to modernize computers have gone astray.
Immigration officials have said for years […]

Guatemalan Asylum Claims Rejected

SF Gate
Los Angeles (AP) — Carlos Siguenza remembered the threatening letters left at his home in Guatemala in the late 1980s, when the country was embroiled in a 36-year civil war that claimed hundreds of thousands of lives.
‘Join the guerillas or be killed,’ he said, quoting the anonymous messages.
When he didn’t comply, several […]

Why Illegal Immigration Is About to Get Worse

Why Illegal Immigration Is About to Get Worse
Human Events
Janurary 2, 2006
“The world heard the message of amnesty clearly [In 1986]; and it was only after we rang this dinner bell that illegal immigration grew into the chronic crisis it is today. A second amnesty will simply rebroadcast this same message and establish that our lunacy […]

Solving Illegal Immigration ? The “DIPSHIT Plan”

Bush wants a North American Union where citizenship and borders are meaningless. This dipshit wants the same thing but neither come right out and say it.
OpEdNews
As the economy continues to painfully absorb the increasing onslaught of illegal immigration, so to does the debate grow on what to do about it. The detrimental economic impact […]

Immigrant groups set for charge in 2007 Congress

Immigrant groups set for charge in Congress
Miami Herald
Jan. 1, 2006
Local immigrant advocates are gearing up for a fresh push on comprehensive immigration reform in the new Democrat-controlled Congress, which opens for business next week.
With Democrats set to take control of Congress this month, local immigration advocates are planning vigils, lobbying campaigns and demonstrations with renewed […]

New Immigration Bill May Add Millions More On A Path Toward Citizenship

The Fence Bill may be gone. The three-tiered approach dividing “the estimated 12 million illegal immigrants into three groups, those living here for five years or more, those here for two to five years and those here for less than two years” may be abandoned thus allowing millions more the chance to apply for amnesty. […]

Lawsuit Seeks Soc. Sec. Payments For Refugees

Newsday
Philadelphia (AP) — Thousands of elderly and disabled refugees are being cut off from Social Security benefits they had qualified for, a lawsuit alleges, because their citizenship applications are mired in post-Sept. 11 delays.
Nearly 6,000 of these impoverished immigrants have lost their benefits because of a law saying that to keep them, people granted asylum […]

A New Low. Swift Raids: A Backdoor Ploy For Amnesty?

Overly sympathetic images like this from the Swift & Co. Meatpacking raids were splashed all over the country to pull at the public’s heart strings and emphasize the need for Comprehensice Reform. The not so subtle message portrayed in the picture above is “How can we do this to these innocent hard working people?”
Nothing […]

Georgia State Senator Lived ‘Nightmare’ Fighting Wife’s Deportation Order

Open Border Advocate Curt Thompson and his Invader Wife Sascha

FOX news
The “nightmare” of almost losing his wife to a deportation order is over, Georgia state Sen. Curt Thompson told FOX News on Tuesday.
Thompson?s Colombia-born wife, Sascha Herrera Thompson turned herself in to federal authorities Tuesday morning to face a deportation order that would kick her […]




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  • Are “Blue Cards” Next For 1.5 Million Illegal AG Workers Plus Their Famlies
  • The Connections Between Drugs, Terrorism, And Illegal Immigration
  • System Overwhelmed Even Without ‘Amnesty,’ Guest Workers
  • Guatemalan Asylum Claims Rejected
  • Why Illegal Immigration Is About to Get Worse
  • Solving Illegal Immigration ? The “DIPSHIT Plan”
  • Immigrant groups set for charge in 2007 Congress
  • New Immigration Bill May Add Millions More On A Path Toward Citizenship
  • Lawsuit Seeks Soc. Sec. Payments For Refugees
  • A New Low. Swift Raids: A Backdoor Ploy For Amnesty?
  • Georgia State Senator Lived ‘Nightmare’ Fighting Wife’s Deportation Order


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