Richard Boswell, Catherine Tactaquin, Mark Silverman, Joren Lyons, Bill Ong Hing Immigration Panel 3 Hastings Race and Poverty Law Journal 141 (Spring 2006) PROFESSOR RICHARD BOSWELL: We are very fortunate here to have four really wonderful speakers who are very involved in many aspects of immigration law and policy, who will be talking about legalization of undocumented workers and its consequences as well as some of the related issues. Our first speaker on my far physical right is Cathy Tactaquin,... 2006
Deborah A. Morgan Not Gay Enough for the Government: Racial and Sexual Stereotypes in Sexual Orientation Asylum Cases 15 Law and Sexuality: A Review of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Legal Issues 135 (2006) I. Introduction. 135 II. Background. 137 A. Racism and Homophobia in the Immigration Process. 138 B. The Asylum Process. 139 C. Characteristics of Asylum Applicants. 141 D. Not Gay Enough for the Government: The Case of Mohammad . 144 III. Uncovering Bias in Sexual Orientation Asylum Decisions. 147 A. Racial Stereotypes and Essentialism. 148 B.... 2006
Amelia J. Uelmen Strangers No Longer: Immigration Law & Policy in the Light of Religious Values 83 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review 829 (Summer 2006) Give me your tired, your poor, your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, exhorts the well-known poem which graces the platform of the Statue of Liberty standing in New York Harbor. Over the course of its history, the United States has welcomed more than fifty million immigrants, more than any other country. In 2005 more than one million... 2006
Ediberto Román The Citizenship Dialectic 20 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 557 (Summer, 2006) I. Introduction. 558 II. The Classic Construction of Citizenship. 563 A. Citizenship's Equality Component. 564 B. The Exclusionary Aspect. 568 C. The Modern Construction. 572 III. Subordinates in Law. 579 A. The Indigenous People. 580 B. The Territorial Island Inhabitants. 585 IV. Subordinates in Fact?. 589 A. African-Americans. 589 B.... 2006
John R.B. Palmer The Second Circuit's "New Asylum Seekers": Responses to an Expanded Immigration Docket 55 Catholic University Law Review 965 (Summer, 2006) The year 2002 saw a dramatic shift in the dynamics of immigration litigation in the United States. Triggered by a streamlining of the Department of Justice (DOJ)'s administrative review of expulsion orders, immigration appeals have been pouring into the federal courts in record numbers. Not only is DOJ ordering more people expelled, but a... 2006
Emily Ryo Through the Back Door: Applying Theories of Legal Compliance to Illegal Immigration During the Chinese Exclusion Era 31 Law and Social Inquiry 109 (Winter, 2006) This article applies theories of legal compliance to analyze the making of this country's first illegal immigrants--Chinese laborers who crossed the U.S.-Canadian and U.S.-Mexican borders in defiance of the Chinese exclusion laws (1882-1943). Drawing upon a variety of sources, including unpublished government records, I explore the ways in which... 2006
Mohar Ray Undocumented Asian American Workers and State Wage Laws in the Aftermath of Hoffman Plastic Compounds 13 Asian American Law Journal 91 (November, 2006) In 2002, the United States Supreme Court held in Hoffman Plastic Compounds v. NLRB that an undocumented immigrant employee who used false work-authorization documentation could not be awarded statutory back pay regarding his employment termination for lawful union activity. The Court's underlying premise lay in limiting the back pay remedy to be... 2006
Raquel Aldana , Sylvia R. Lazos Vargas Aliens in Our midst Post-9/11: Legislating Outsiderness Within the Borders 38 U.C. Davis Law Review 1683 (June, 2005) Defining America Through Immigration Policy (Mapping Racisms Series). By Bill Ong Hing. Temple University Press, 2003. Pp. 336. The Huddled Masses Myth: Immigration and Civil Rights. By Kevin R. Johnson. Temple University Press, 2003. Pp. 264. Alienated: Immigrant Rights, the Constitution, and Equality in America. By Victor C. Romero. New York... 2005
Mohar Ray Can I See Your Papers? Local Police Enforcement of Federal Immigration Law Post 9/11 and Asian American Permanent Foreignness 11 Washington and Lee Race and Ethnic Ancestry Law Journal 197 (Winter, 2005) If I see someone come in and he's got a diaper on his head and a fan belt around that diaper on his head, that guy needs to be pulled over and checked. U.S. Congressional Representative John Cooksey of Louisiana, Radio Announcement after September 11, 2001 In the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks perpetuated by nineteen foreign... 2005
Laura Fernandez Feitl Caring for the Elderly Undocumented Workers in the United States: Discretionary Reality or Undeniable Duty? 13 Elder Law Journal 227 (2005) Although contributing substantially to the economic growth of the United States, undocumented workers presently receive little return on their investment, as current immigration laws deprive them of the social benefits received by all other workers, namely social security benefits. In this note, Laura Fernandez Feitl examines the criteria which... 2005
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