Deportation Of Same-*** Partner Dropped Federal officials stop process to deport Henry Velandia who is married to US citizen Josh Vandiver.
Legal Headline News: Gay Marriage, Deportation, Obama Debt Legal Headline News 07/15/2011 President Barack Obama is demanding an end to the nation's debt limit impasse by the end of the week. House Majority Leader Eric Cantor urged the president to accept a month-long debt increase instead of one that would extend through the presidential election next year. Meanwhile Moody's Investors Service put the US under review for a credit rating downgrade as talks to raise the government's $14.3 trillion debt . The US rated Aaa since 1917, was put on review for the first time since 1995. The Obama administration's policies on immigration and gay marriage are being tested in another case of a gay man fighting deportation by citing his marriage to a US citizen. Jared Lee Loughner and the pima community college release information before the Tucson shooting. More at
'flytilla' volunteers talk about their deportation Interview with members of a delegation who had attempted to reach the Occupied West Bank for the 'Welcome to Palestine' initiative, but had been denied entry by Israel and deported from Tel Aviv airport to Luton, near London. Interviews conducted 12/07/2011.
DOMA Doubts Rescue Couples from Deportation: March 28, This Week in Prop 8 *** sells when it comes to marriage equality, with a male modeling agency lending its talents to a new fundraising campaign. A reprieve for a woman facing deportation proves just how important marriage can be. Meanwhile, more voters than ever support the freedom to marry, so why aren't politicians listening?
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HELP STOP OLA'S DEPORTATION! PLEASE FORWARD THIS PETITION AND ACTION ALERT TO AT LEAST 5 FRIENDS Have your Organization sign on to Ola's letter of support: 1. Call Senator Levin - (313) 226-6020 and Representative Dingell - (202) 225-4071 Sample call-in script: "Hi, I was calling to ask that (Sen/Rep)______ introduce a private bill for Ola Kaso. Ola has been living here since she was 4 and she has no memory of Albania. She is a great student, has a 4.4 GPA and has been accepted to University of Michigan. Please introduce a private bill for Ola." 2. ICE - John Morton - 202.732.3000 Sample call-in script: "Hi I was calling to ask that Ola Kaso's deportation be deferred. Ola has been living here since she was 4 and she has no memory of Albania. She is a great student, has a 4.4 GPA and has been accepted to University of Michigan. Don't deport Ola."
Sri Lankans still face deportation despite death threats It remains unclear whether a deportation flight carrying failed Sri Lankan asylum seekers has left the UK. .
Deportation separates family Thelma Gutierrez reports on an American girl who had to choose between living in the US or with her family.
STOP The ILLEGAL INVASION!! No Amnesty...Mass Deportation Instead The invasion of the illegal aliens in this country has reduced the USA, which was once a great place to live, into a cesspit! The Supreme Court has given them constitutional rights and the Obama administration wants to give them amnesty. I say we give ALL OF 'EM HELL! Go into the neighborhoods of where these people live and you be hardpressed not to find a goat, rooster or 30 aliens crammed into a one bedroom apt. Not to mention the educational system is being tainted from their presence, the hospital waiting rooms are filled with them- so much so, the North American citizens can't get the help they need and the social systems are being BLED to bankruptcy as a direct result of their unwanted-unwelcomed invasion.
Homeland Security to Focus on Deporting Criminals Under New Immigration Rules Read the transcript: The Obama administration on Friday unveiled new immigration rules, which will allow the Department of Homeland Security to focus more on deporting criminals. Ray Suarez discusses the new rules with Dan Stein of the Federation for American Immigration Reform and Angela Maria Kelley of the Center for American Progress.
'Fly In' Activists on Mass Deportation from Israel Over the weekend hundreds of activists who participated in the "Flytilla" to Israel were interrogated, refused entry, jailed, and are being deported in stages. === While the remaining boats in the Free Gaza Movement's flotilla are still trying to leave the Greek ports, activists from around the world organized a mass fly-in known as the Flytilla. The activists were invited by Palestinian groups in a campaign called "Welcome to Palestine" and intended to protest Israel's practice of frequently denying the entry of activists and Diaspora Palestinians into the occupied Territories. The Real News' Lia Tarachansky spoke with Laura Durkay, an American activist, while she was being held in the Ben Gurion airport and with Nadine Nasir, a Canadian of Palestinian origin who has been denied entry into Israel multiple times about the experience of Palestinians trying to enter Israel or the occupied Palestinian territories. Most of the hundreds of activists who participated in the Fly-in never left their countries. 124 spent the weekend in an Israeli jail and are being deported in stages. After extensive interrogation, four were allowed entry.
FRANCE STARTS DEPORTING NEWLY ARRIVED "ASYLUM SEEKERS" I GUESS THEY WERE EXPECTING A WELCOME WAGON LOADED WITH PRAYERS RUGS AND KEYS TO NEW MOSQUE! COPYRIGHT DISCLAIMER UNDER SECTION 107 OF COPYRIGHT ACT OF 1976 ALLOWANCE IS MADE FOR 'FAIR USE" FOR PURPOSES SUCH AS CRITICISM,COMMENT,NEWS REPORTING,TEACHING,SCHOLARSHIP AND RESEARCH. FAIR USE IS PERMITTED BY COPYRIGHT STATUE THAT OTHERWISE BE INFRINGING. NON-PROFIT,EDUCATION AND PERSONAL TIPS THE BALANCE IN FAVOR OF FAIR USE
Caregiver Of Husband With AIDS Facing Split By Deportation Over Defense of Marriage Act August 10, 2011 CURRENT TV Keith Olbermann
Deported Kenyans Kenya National Commission on Human Rights Commissioner Hassan Omar Hassan and three other human rights activists were denied entry into Uganda at the Entebbe International Airport, where they were scheduled to have a meeting with the country's chief justice over the continued detention of Kenyan Human Rights activist Al-Amin Kimathi. And in Nairobi, internal security minister George Saitoti was taken to task over the fate of Kenyans being held in Uganda with mps claiming the government was doing nothing to protect the rights of its citizens. Chris Thairu has that report from parliament.
Arrest and deportation British subjects can be arrested and sent abroad but foreign nationals can't be deported
I-Team: Woman May Be Deported After 2 Decades When a family fled communist Estonia 20 years ago, they sought freedom in Baltimore by seeking political asylum through proper immigration channels. Decades later, one member of the family faces a threat of deportation.
The Deported This zany family comedy pulls at the heartstrings and has you laughing out loud. When Gianni DiCarlo, an Italian-American actor, is deported to Mexico by some crooked INS Agents, it's up to a pack of orphans to help him find his way back to America and away from some out to fight town sherrifs and the uncompromisingly silly Charco Brothers. MPAA Rating: PG-13 © 2009 701 Productions
GEERT WILDERS says Deporting Millions Of Muslims May Be Necessary
Refugees face deportation in Israel Israel is set to introduce tough new measures to stop what it calls a flood of 'infiltrators' from seeking work or refuge in the country. Every month up to 1500 people, mostly Africans, pour into the state. The Israeli government, however, says that this influx could destroy the fabric of Jewish society. Those refugees who are unable to find work, meanwhile, are mostly being held in jails or detention centres. Al Jazeera's Tony Birtley reports from Tel Aviv.
Pamela Izevbekhai and daughters deported €1m legal bill after Pamela and girls finally deported THE Government and five legal teams that represented failed asylum seeker Pamela Izevbekhai have been left with "staggering" legal bills totalling more than €1m that will never be repaid. The Nigerian mother's controversial six-year legal battle to stop her deportation ended yesterday when she was arrested at 1.30am and, with her two daughters, Naomi (10) and Jemima (9), placed on a 6am flight out of Dublin Airport to Amsterdam. The State has been left with a legal bill of €370000 for defending the case in the High Court, Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights. Ms Izevbekhai's own legal bill, which her fifth and final solicitor Matthew Ezeani admitted would never be paid, is estimated to be in excess of €700000, bringing the entire cost of the case to more than €1m. There is no prospect of the State or any party recovering any of the costs amassed over more than two dozen court hearings. The Department of Justice last night said it did not intend to reform the system to prevent a repeat of the Izevbekhai case. Investigations It said fraud was usually weeded out in the early stages of refugee investigations and insisted that the burden of proof to establish asylum status lies at all times with the person seeking it. Ms Izevbekhai and her daughters arrived in Nigeria last night after they were transferred to an afternoon flight to Lagos from Amsterdam. She was staying at Globe House, an asylum centre in ...
18 year-old Durham resident Fausto Palma-Guifarro faces deportation from WRAL: Durham, NC — A statewide Latino advocacy group and members of the community rallied Tuesday afternoon to stop the deportation of a Durham ***. Fausto Palma-Guifarro, 18, said he didn't know he was illegal until he was detained by immigration officials on June 8 -- the day before his graduation from Jordan High School in Durham. Federal agents had arrived at his apartment looking for someone else, but in the process asked for identification from everyone there. They found out that Palma-Guifarro had a deportation order against him. The *** was held at the ICE detention center in Cary, but was released and allowed to attend his graduation because of good behavior and his lack of a criminal record. On Thursday, Palma-Guifarro will report to the ICE office in Charlotte, where he could be sent back to Honduras or receive a deferred action. Palma-Guifarro said he came to the United States when he was 12 to reunite with his mother who he had not seen since he was 6 years old and to escape gang violence. Palma-Guifarro's mother had permission to live and work in Durham. The deportation order stems from a 2004 incident where immigration officials stopped Palma-Guifarro and his older brother as they tried to cross the Mexican border into the US Palma-Guifarro said an immigration judge gave them an order to attend court, but they did not attend because a notary advised his mother against it. "He was as much a victim as anything else," Palma-Guifarro's ...
Luis Gutierrez: Why I Was Arrested Outside White House Protesting Deportations Under Obama - This week, thousands of immigrants and their allies protested outside the White House, denouncing the Obama administration for deporting more than one million immigrants in the last two years. Rep. Luis Gutierrez, Democrat from Illinois, was among the dozen of protesters arrested on Tuesday for peacefully occupying the White House sidewalk. He participated in the act of nonviolent civil disobedience one day after he received a letter from President Obama rejecting his proposal to suspend deportations of undocumented college students with clean criminal records. "I thought for one moment, I should have my hands clasped together with handcuffs and taken away to bring attention and to say, I denounce [Obama's immigration] policy that is immoral," Gutierrez says in an interview on Democracy Now! July 29. "Right now the Republicans are leading in their anti-immigrant, xenophobic march both in the House and Senate. With the same vigor that they lead against us with hatred and bigotry, we want [Obama] to stand up with the same energy for us." For the complete transcript, podcast, and to see additional Democracy Now! reports on the campaign for comprehensive immigration reform, visit FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: Daily Email News Digest: Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit ...
Congressman Challenges Obama to End Deportations June 26, 2011 - Congressman Luis V. Gutierrez (D-IL) stopped off in Seattle on his Campaign for Children & Families tour. Over 900 Washingtonians showed up from all over the state to say with Gutierrez: President Obama, you have the power, right now, to provide relief for families affected by the current deportation policies. Programs like ICE's Secure Communities destroys families and communities.
Countdown with Keith Olbermann 07-27-2011 2 - Deportation Hike, with Luis Gutierrez
Iraq's Government to Deport Foreign Workers For more news visit ☛ Follow us on Twitter ☛ http Follow us on Facebook ☛ me.lt The Iraqi government plans to deport thousands of illegal foreign workers who sought employment in the country after the 2003 US-led invasion. But many employers are critical of the government's crackdown. Life as a migrant worker in Iraq could come to an abrupt end for thousands after the government's decision to start deporting foreign workers. With the official unemployment rate at 15 percent and another 28 percent in part-time jobs, their aim is to create more job opportunities for Iraqis as their country rebuilds after years of war. [Hossni Ahmed, Legal Consultant, Ministry of Labor and Social Affairs]: "Unemployment rate is very high. Priority should be given to the national laborer. Therefore, we agreed to act on laws and the most important one is the residential law No.118 of 1968." The government says the decision will not have an effect on the local labor market because most of the foreign workers are unskilled workers. Thousands of foreigners, mainly from Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, and some African nations, work as cleaners and laborers in restaurants, shops, hospitals and hotels. [Fairouz Jubidali, Bangladeshi Worker]: "I should work here for the next two years and Iraq is good. I have a good job and I get good pay... and then I will go back to Bangladesh." But some say deporting foreign workers will not solve the unemployment issue. [Ibrahim Jameel, Shop ...
Homeland Security deporting non-White US war veterans Manuel and Valente Valenzuela are brothers and US war veterans who are facing deportation. Valente volunteered for duty in 1965, and he was awarded the Bronze Star for bravery. Manuel volunteered for the Marines in 1971. The Valenzuela brothers were given an honorable discharge after serving a full term in Vietnam. In 2009 the Valenzuela brothers (at separate times) received letters from the US Homeland Security Department stating that the government was seeking to deport them for misdemeanor crimes they had committed decades earlier. The Valenzuela brothers are fighting for their right to remain in their country but also for their comrades. Hundreds of US wars veterans are been deported from the United States. The Valenzuela brothers have started a movement to repatriate those US soldiers and bring their families together. The Valenzuela brothers traveled to the US Congressmen and protested at the White House in February 2011. They have spoken at colleges and other public places and have given countless news and radio interviews. The Valenzuela brother will be traveling again to Washington DC this July 2011, where they are expected to meet with president Barack Obama. The Valenzuela brother will travel again to Washington DC on July 2011. They are expected to meet with president Barack Obama.
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Obama Administration begins deportation priority plan The administration plans to deport illegal immigrants on a case-by-case basis. Some call it a realistic way of handling illegal immigration, others call it "amnesty." What do you think?
New Deportation Policy, 'Just a Band-Aid' The Obama administration has announced that the cases of 300000 people currently in deportation proceedings will be reviewed, on a case by case basis with the goal of providing relief to those who are in the country illegally. Last year during the Obama administration almost 400000 people were deported. Immigration attorney Michael Wildes, Managing Partner at Wildes & Weinberg Law Offices discusses if this new policy is enough.
ONE million deported: Congressman Luis Gutierrez & 10 activists arrested at White House Congressman Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) along with 10 immigration reform activists and religious leaders were arrested yesterday July 26th 2011, after protesting at the White House against the mass deportations and incarcerations of migrant workers and their families, being executed by the Obama administration. ONE MILLION people have been imprisoned and deported since 2008 in the United States by the Homeland Security Department. This video shows the moment of the arrest and the rally held by thousands of protesters, mostly indigenous Latinos and supporters of Immigration Reform and the DREAM Act.
[HAITI] Haitians Deported from US Held in Horrific Conditions in Haiti - The United States resumed the deportation of Haitians back to Haiti in January even as the country remains ravaged by an earthquake and cholera epidemic. In February, one of 27 Haitians deported and sent directly to a Haitian detention center died of cholera-like symptoms. Citing inhumane conditions, the Center for Constitutional Rights has called for the Obama administration to extend the Temporary Protected Status for Haitian immigrants in the United States. Democracy Now!'s Amy Goodman recently spoke with CCR's Laura Raymond in Port-au-Prince. "The walls of the detention center here were covered in feces and vomit, and the bathrooms weren't working, so men had to go to the bathroom in trash bags. And these conditions, during a cholera epidemic, are literally deadly," Raymond says. For the video/audio podcast, transcript, to sign up for the daily news digest, and for Democracy Now!'s vast news archive of reporting on Haiti, visit FOLLOW US: Facebook: Twitter: @democracynow Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit . Jean-Claude Duvalier Justice Haiti Crime Court Port-au-Prince Abuses President Baby doc Investigation Evidence Victims WikiLeaks Human Rights Deported United States Cholera Epidemic Horrific Conditions Earthquake Inhumane Conditions
Families divided by US deportation In the past two years, a record number of undocumented immigrants have been deported out of the United States - most of them Mexican. Experts warn that the harder the US makes it for people to immigrate, the more they risk dividing families and creating a "second-class citizenry". Al Jazeera's Franc Contreras met some of the deported in the Mexican city of Nogales.
Bersih 2.0 Chief filed a suit for deporting her from Sarawak . Bersih 2.0 chief Ambiga Sreenevasan filed a suit for the order to deport her from Sarawak & denied her entry into Sarawak in the recent State election, She is suing - the suit, filed in the Kuala Lumpur High Court on Monday, named Sarawak Chief Minister , the director-general of the Malaysian Immigration Department and other relevant authorities as respondents.
Cynthia Gabriel: The Deportation of French Lawyer, William Bouldon Suaram's Ops Scorpene Fundraising Dinner, Petaling Jaya 22/07/2011
Deported immigrants face worrisome future The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency has planes taking off every day from various cities, transporting more than 1000 undocumented immigrants daily. The deportees face a worrisome future as they cross the border.
Raed Salah awaits UK deportation after entering despite ban Infolive.tv - News Israel - Sheikh Raed Salah, head of the northern branch of the Islamic Movement in Israel has been detained by the UK Border Agency and is set to be deported. 52 year old Salah, was set to address an event in parliament on Wednesday, organized by Labor Party MPs, Jeremy Corbyn and Richard Burden, together with the Palestine Solidarity Campaign. Salah's presence in the UK has caused controversy. Due to his anti-Semitic views, the Home Office saught to deny him entry into Britain, yet he was able to enter the country on Saturday unchallenged. Late on Wednesday, it was confirmed that Salah's remand was extended until July 6 because he was intending to appeal the decision to deport him.
The Early Show - New deportation guidelines The Department of Homeland Security has announced new measures when deporting illegal immigrants. Jeff Glor reports.
Reconstruction of a forced deportation carried out by the Swiss authorities This is a reconstruction of a forced deportation carried out by the Swiss authorities. A visualization of the procedure has not yet been publicised. The film is based on numerous interviews with people that have been personally involved in the deportation procedure and on an ***ysis of the training material used by the Swiss police. Everyone, who lives in Switzerland without valid papers and refuses to voluntarily return to his/her home country, is in danger of being subjected to such treatment. Joseph Chiakwa died whilst bound to a chair by force in preparation for deportation in the hands of Swiss police officers on March 17th 2010. Further information: bit.ly Film in other languages: espanol: german: francais: На Русском языке: ألعربيۃ فارسی
Sisters Fight Deportation After Lifetime In US A University of Cincinnati student is preparing for graduation with the threat of deportation looming over her head.
Obama Cancels Deportation Of Illegals - Alex Jones Tv Bowing to pressure from immigrant rights activists, the Obama administration said Thursday that it will halt deportation proceedings on a case-by-case basis against illegal immigrants who meet certain criteria, such as attending school, having family in the military or having primary responsible for other family members' care. The move marks a major step for President Obama, who for months has said he does not have broad categorical authority to halt deportations and said he must follow the laws as Congress has written them. But in letters to Congress on Thursday, Homeland Security SecretaryJanet Napolitano said she does have discretion to focus on "priorities" and that her department and the Justice Department will review all ongoing cases to see who meets the new criteria. "This case-by-case approach will enhance public safety," she said. "Immigration judges will be able to more swiftly adjudicate high-priority cases, such as those involving convicted felons."
Manu Tuilagi - Talks RWC 2011, deportation and Samoa - Sportsvibe TV We caught up with England and Leicester Tigers man-mountain Manu Tuilagi to talk Rugby World Cup 2011, the threat of deportation and how Leicester has become his new home.
Clean Game Episode 3: The Deported The third installment in the Clean Game series. Popular Jamaican animators, Ernie Dark and Byrd Villain teamed up to create an official jamaican Cartoon series. Clean Game has changed certain scenes in this episode in order to avoid issues that could have hindered the success of the series.