OBAMA CONTINUALLY THWARTS OUR IMMIGRATION LAWS. 'WE THE PEOPLE' HAVE SPOKEN. 'WE THE PEOPLE' - DO NOT - ENDORSE ANOTHER 'AMNESTY' FOR ILLEGALS. BEEN THERE....DONE THAT!!!! DID NOT WORK! 'WE THE PEOPLE' HAVE SPOKEN. WE WANT TO 'BUILD THE FENCE' AND 'ENFORCE OUR LAWS'. 'WE THE PEOPLE' WANT ILLEGAL INVADERS TO BE DEPORTED BACK TO THEIR COUNTRY OF ORIGIN. 'WE THE PEOPLE' WANT SECURE BORDERS. 'WE THE PEOPLE' ENDORCE ONLY 'LEGAL IMMIGRATION'. click to read more........
States face uphill climb on immigration enforcement after court ruling, DHS policy change Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2012/feds-suspend-immigration-enforcement-program-after-arizona-court-ruling/##ixzz1yq1fm3mQ
As California farmworkers age, a labor shortage looms. The aging workforce reflects a convergence of trends. In many cases, the children of farmworkers have little interest in field work. Tighter U.S. immigration enforcement, as well as brutal cartel-driven violence along the Mexican border, have deterred many potential workers from attempting to cross. And, amid a rebounding economy in Mexico, Mexican farms are facing their own labor shortage and have plenty of work to offer at home.
Texas immigration law clouded by state's history of racial discrimination
International migration from Asia grew dramatically in the 1970s and 1980s. Since the 1990s, migration within Asia has risen. Stephen Castles of the University of Oxford and Mark Miller of the University of Delaware examine regional trends in this article based on their book Age of Migration.