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Amid Failed “Re-Nationalization” Efforts, Tens of Thousands of Longstanding Dominican Nationals Fear Mass Deportation

By Seth Garfinkel For many, the Dominican Republic is a luxury vacation destination with cruise ships, all-inclusive beach resorts, and a training ground for Major League Baseball. But off the pitching mounds and outside the gated hotels, conflict troubles the Caribbean island. With the implementation of an immigration policy that human rights groups see as […]

U.S. Attorney General Holder Vacates Problematic and Unjust Silva-Trevino Decision

On April 10, 2015, then-Attorney General Eric Holder issued a legal decision that, while only five pages, will have immense consequences for noncitizens facing deportation as a result of prior criminal convictions. The opinion reintroduces stability and clarity to immigration proceedings by vacating (setting aside) an earlier opinion by former Attorney General Michael Mukasey, who […]

Migrationist Monthly: US Edition

By Eric Gibble Last month, we reported that House Republicans continued to justify blocking a floor vote on H.R. 15, the “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act”, based on their perceived suspicion of the Obama administration’s ability to enforce immigration laws. This rhetoric was amplified in recent weeks in the aftermath of the […]

Is Superman Undocumented?

by Matt Hershberger With Man of Steel released this summer just as the immigration reform debate in the United States was getting started, it was probably inevitable that someone with a platform was going to draw the connection that Superman’s immigration status is somewhat in limbo. Is Superman Undocumented? The accuracy of this statement – […]