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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security on Wednesday waived a slew of environmental protection and conservation laws that it said could hinder the construction of barriers along the U.S.-Mexico border, repeating a move that previously landed the agency in federal court.
A Ninth Circuit panel on Wednesday waded through how to interpret a thorny section of federal immigration law that categorizes incoming migrants, at times appearing befuddled by Justice Department arguments defending the Trump administration's "remain in Mexico" policy.
A group of Mexican seasonal workers at a Pittsburgh-area landscaping company say they weren’t paid enough for their work as required by state and federal law, were squeezed into substandard housing and then were fired and not brought back when they complained, according to a federal lawsuit filed Wednesday.
The E-2 investor visa program opens up to Israelis starting next week, and attorneys anticipate the program will attract high demand among Israel's flourishing tech startup sector, which has had few reliable visa options until now.
A Florida woman has been indicted for allegedly posing as an immigration lawyer and fraudulently charging clients in the Tampa and Chicago areas for immigration-related services she didn't actually provide.