Immigration News

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced today the launch of ICE's Online Detainee Locator System (ODLS), a public, Internet-based tool designed to assist family members, attorneys and other interested parties in locating detained aliens in ICE custody. The creation and implementation of the ODLS...

Every time a customer buys some of the large fabric tote bags from the Dollar Store at 43rd Avenue and Thomas Road, Najmuddin Katchi sees another piece of his business vanish. The purchase of the briefcase-sized shoulder bags means that another one of Katchi's customers, mostly...

Immigration officials in the last 10 months have levied nearly $640,000 in fines against 13 employers in New Jersey who failed to ensure that their workers were eligible to work in the United States, reports the Newark office of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or...

Until recently, only citizens and green-card holders were allowed to join the U.S. military. In February the U.S. Government started a new program that allows asylees, refugees, and immigrants with “Temporary Protected Status” join the Army. More importantly, immigrants who have been in...

The state of Arizona recently enacted new laws to deal with what many people in Arizona view as a threat to the country, immigrants. Arizona is the main border crossing place for illegal Mexican immigrants. While I believe that immigrants are very beneficial...

The technology sector, a little-publicized but key player in the coalition that is pushing for an overhaul of immigration laws, is giving mixed reviews to the proposal that Senate Democrats recently unveiled. Although public dialogue on immigration has focused on a path to legalization for...