California GOP Still Shuns Immigration Issue
- Glance to the Past. // Gay & Lesbian Times;11/6/2003, Issue 828, p14
Recounts the inclusion of Propositionm 187, a legal aiming to deny illegal immigrants social benefits, on the ballot in the November 8, 1984 election in the U.S.
- Alabama Lawmakers OK Arizona-style Immigration Law. Tragone, Adam // Human Events;4/18/2011, Vol. 67 Issue 15, p6
The article reports the passage of a broad immigration bill in April 2011 by the Alabama House of Representatives similar to the one passed by Arizona in 2010 which gives law enforcement officials authority to detain people suspected of being illegal immigrants.
- IMMIGRANT NATION. Garland, Sarah // Marie Claire (US Edition);Sep2006, Vol. 13 Issue 9, p120
The article presents information about illegal aliens in the United States. Maximum number of illegal immigrants come in the U.S. from Mexico followed by China, Philippines, El Salvador, Dominican Republic, Colombia, Guatemala, Ecuador, Honduras and Brazil. Immigration reforms of 1986 and 1996...
- Business scrambles to head off GOP legal immigration cuts. Kaslow, Amy // Christian Science Monitor;9/21/95, Vol. 87 Issue 208, p3
Focuses on the bill proposed in the House of Representatives to cut legal immigration in US. Protests by the business groups; Possibility of increase in illegal immigration.
- Lawyers see potential abuse of visa laws to hold suspected terrorists. Stern, Seth // Christian Science Monitor;10/18/2001, Vol. 93 Issue 227, p18
Discusses the opinion that the United States government's power to detain foreigners on illegal immigration charges will only grow under antiterrorism bills approved by Congress in fall 2001.
- Griechenland und seine AuslÃ¤nder: Integration und Exklusion in Zeiten der Krise. BACAS, JUTTA LAUTH // SÃ¼dost-Europa;2012, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p410
This article examines the arrival of undocumented immigrants in Greece during the last two decades. In a first step, it discusses the entry in the 1990s of massive numbers of economic immigrants from Albania, Bulgaria, Romania, and the former Soviet Union. This development turned Greece into a...
- The territorial imperative, California style. // America;11/5/1994, Vol. 171 Issue 14, p3
Editorial. Focuses on the immigration policy of the United States. Regulation of illegal immigration; Non-entitlement to benefits; Social ills attributed to immigrants; Denial of public social services; Necessity of protecting the dignity of every human being.
- 'Bush Lied! People Applied!' Steyn, Mark // National Review;6/19/2006, Vol. 58 Issue 11, p60
The article discusses the difficulties which illegal immigrants in the United States must face to become legal citizens. When illegal immigrants begin applying with the USCIS to become naturalized, all other bureaucratic issues will become extremely difficult to deal with, including problems for...
- Virginia County Takes New Tough Steps on Illegals. Gizzi, John // Human Events;10/22/2007, Vol. 63 Issue 36, p5
This article explains that the decision of the leaders of Virginia's Prince William County to vote unanimously to enact another series of tough enforcement measures to deal with illegal immigration earned notice from the White House press secretary. Prince William's Board of Supervisors voted...
- American-Born, But Still 'Alien'? Cose, Ellis // Newsweek;3/19/2007, Vol. 149 Issue 12, p43
This article reports on the immigration debate in the United States and profiles Leo Berman, a Texas state representative, who has authored a bill that would relegate U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants to second-class status. A discussion is presented about prior immigration bills and...