This article reveals that the Department of Justice misapplied the principle of derivative citizenship — wherein a parent who becomes a US citizen automatically extends his or her citizenship to all minor children — and may have deported actual US citizens in recent years.
This article shows that even the rich and famous are not above immigration law. Chris Brown can now add Canada to the list of countries (along with the U.K.) that have denied him entry.
This article addresses some of the issues of race, gender, and immigration uncovered in flippant remarks and failed jokes during the Oscars ceremony last night, particularly Sean Penn’s reference to Academy Award-winning director Alejandro González Iñárritu’s green card.
This article goes over the potential problems that may arise if the Department of Homeland Security’s funding is allowed to run out on Friday (as will happen if no deal can be reached in Congress.) However, Citizenship and Immigration Services will be largely untouched, because much of that department runs on fees from immigrant petitions rather than taxpayer dollars.
Read here about a Texas judge’s efforts to block Obama’s deferred action efforts.
This article discusses the pros and cons of the new sitcom, Fresh Off the Boat, which examines the lives of the Huang family in their predominantly-white neighborhood.
Is there anything more heartwarming than reading stories like this one? Happy Valentine’s Day!