Nebraska and Alabama Changing Their Stride on Immigration
In 2015, these states are seeing a changing tide from punishing immigrants towards welcoming them.
Santorum’s Immigration Policies Would Harm Immigrants and American Workers
A cornerstone of Santorum’s economic message includes already debunked immigration myths about immigrants and native job competition.
Court Rejects Restrictionists’ Attempts to Derail Work Authorization for H-4 Spouses
Despite immigration restrictionists’ efforts to derail implementation, a new rule went into effect this week allowing certain H-4 spouses (i.e., spouses of H-1B workers) to apply for work authorization.
Appeals Court Denies Emergency Stay in Legal Challenge to Deferred Action
The Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the federal government’s request for an emergency stay of the preliminary injunction, which has temporarily stopped President Obama’s deferred action initiatives from being implemented.
This Week at the American Immigration Council:
- Entrepreneurship and Innovation Update – May 29, 2015 (Immigration Council Newsletter, May 2015).
- Divided Fifth Circuit Denies Emergency Stay as Underlying Case on Immigration Action Proceeds (Immigration Council Press Release, May 2015).
- Class Action Lawsuit for Unlawful Delays in Employment Authorizations Filed (Immigration Council Press Release, May 2015).