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Corning's Nicole Kelly to compete at Alderson Broaddus

CORNING – Nicole Kelly is going to college to compete in a sport that combines athleticism with showmanship.

The Corning-Painted Post High senior signed a letter of intent Tuesday in the school cafeteria to attend and compete on the acrobatics and tumbling team at Alderson Broaddus University in Philippi, W.Va. 288 more words


A New Judge is in Town to Rule on I-9 Violation Penalties

Last week Stacy Stiffel Paddack was announced as the newest Administrative Law Judge (ALJ) at the Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO). Judge Paddack will rule on the proper penalty in immigration compliance (Form I-9 violations) cases brought by U.S. 224 more words

Labor & Employment

Colorado Immigrant Family Heads To DC To Plead Its Case

DENVER (AP) – When President Barack Obama outlined why he was letting as many as 4 million immigrants stay and work legally in this country last month, it sounded like he was talking about Arturo Hernandez. 837 more words


Some Republicans balk at Obama's pick for immigration agency

President Obama’s choice to lead the agency charged with enforcing immigration law is running into trouble with Republicans.

The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday moved to the floor the nomination of Sarah Saldaña to run Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) on a 10-8 vote. 278 more words


Immigration Executive Action: What Families Need To Know Now

On November 20, 2014, President Obama announced his executive actions for improving the U.S. immigration system. The President’s initiatives focus centrally around two main points: accountability for undocumented immigrants and options to streamline certain immigration programs and benefits. 446 more words

Immigration Law

CNN / WSJ: Federal Law Enforcement Uses Planes To Spy On Americans' Cellphones

According to CNN, federal law enforcement agents fly small planes loaded with gear to spy on Americans’ cell phone calls.

On Thursday, the Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources, revealed the extent of the program: Federal government gathers the data from Cessna airplanes and can cover most of the U.S. 179 more words


Houston Police Nab 14 Suspected In US Illegally

HOUSTON (AP) — A report of a pickup truck with a flat tire has led Houston police to 14 people believed to be in the U.S. 124 more words