New Government Report: Unauthorized Aliens in the United States
Unauthorized Aliens in the United States
By Andorra Bruno (Paperback, 22 pages, 2010, $15)
Recently Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona signed into law SB 1070. According to The New York Times:
It prohibits the harboring of illegal aliens and makes it a state crime for an alien to commit certain federal immigration crimes. It also requires police officers who, in the course of a traffic stop or other law-enforcement action, come to a “reasonable suspicion” that a person is an illegal alien verify the person’s immigration status with the federal government.
This report on federal policy on unauthorized aliens contains: (I) Introduction; (II) Demographics of Unauthorized Population: Period of Arrival; Region of Birth; States of Residence; Demographic and Family Characteristics; Labor Force Participation; (III) Current Law: Restrictions on Unauthorized Aliens: Inadmissibility; Removal; Penalties; U.S. Employment; Other Restrictions; Relief for Unauthorized Aliens: Cancellation of Removal; Adjustment of Status; Registry; Asylum; (IV) Policy Options:Departure of Unauthorized Aliens: Removal; Attrition Through Enforcement; Legal Status for Unauthorized Aliens: Updating INA Provisions; Establishing New Mechanisms: Targeted Population.
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