Daily Archives: April 6, 2018

Scott Lloyd Tells All

As part of this ongoing litigation, ACLU attorney Brigitte Amiri has deposed Lloyd several times. In the first deposition, taken in December, Lloyd admitted he had considered forcing a minor who had taken the first pill ...

What Are H-1B Visas, and Do They Hurt American Workers?

It is H-1B visa season, and American companies seeking high-skilled foreign workers have been rushing to submit applications for visas since the government started accepting them on Monday. The petitions arrived by the t ...

Thousands of Indian Women Find Their American Dreams in Jeopardy

Within weeks, Ms. Jalakam, who has a degree in biotechnology, landed a job as an analyst at an insurance company. The next year, she and her husband, Vinay Kumar, a software engineer, bought a house. In 2017, the finance ...

Trump’s Plan to Deploy the National Guard Puzzles Many at the Border

They arrive a few dozen at a time, their children by their side, their belongings in government-issued plastic bags. ...

ACLU asks judge to stop indefinite detention of immigrants

The ACLU and the Brooklyn Defender Services want to bring class-action status to a lawsuit filed in Manhattan federal court recently on behalf of a detained 60-year-old Haitian man who became a permanent resident as a ch ...

Jeff Sessions wants to bribe judges to do his bidding

No longer. The Trump administration is intent on imposing a quota system on federal immigration judges, tying their evaluations to the number of cases they decide in a year. This is an affront to judicial independence an ...

This Immigration Proposal Could Put 670,000 Children At Risk Of Poverty

However, as my colleagues and I at Columbia University documented in a new report, a troubling development might reverse this downward trend. A Department of Homeland Security proposal, if implemented, could put at least ...

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