Nation Of Immigrators

Nation Of Immigrators

A public policy blog on America's dysfunctional immigration system

Monthly Archives: August 2007

Passport Measures Relaxed in Response to Massive Backlogs

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Over the past several months, many U.S. travelers have encountered substantial delays in obtaining passports as a result of new rules imposing passport requirements for North American travel, for national security reasons. Some have missed important trips as a result. In response, the State Department has relaxed the rules temporarily. Assistant Secretary of State Maura Harty, who oversees passports for … Continue Reading

Angelo Paparelli Quoted by Los Angeles Times July 27, 2007 on Hazelton Immigration Law

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Angelo Paparelli was interviewed recently by Los Angeles Times reporter Nicole Gaouette about a federal judge’s decision striking down a Pennsylvania city ordinance that sought to punish landlords who rent to undocumented immigrants and employers who hire them, and ruling that immigration law is the province of the federal government alone. Paparelli was quoted on the ruling:

Irvine immigration lawyer … Continue Reading