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Money Laundering Without Using Banks

It’s almost the end of the year and it looks as if immigration reform will not happen this year. While we wait for change, I will try to post more updates and stories related to immigration and international law. It seems that the Mexican drug cartels are getting creative in ways to launder their money […]

Enough is Enough, Venegas Resigns from Secure Communities Program

Recently, Arturo Venegas, the former Sacramento police chief, resigned from the Department of Homeland Security Taskforce. Secure Communities is a controversial program that was designed as a way for the FBI to share fingerprint information with Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). It program is suppose to find dangerous criminals who are undocumented. However, the program has been used to jail […]

Immigration Wants To Be Your Facebook Friend | Inmigración Quiere Ser Tu Amigo En Facebook

Admit it, you Facebook stalk people when you’re bored. Well, the government may just be Facebook stalking you. The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has figured out another way to identify a sham marriage – Facebook and other social networking sites. Some people tend to reveal a lot about themselves on such social networking sites. […]

Immigration Program Goes Statewide in Texas | El programa Secure Communities sera implementado en el estado de Tejas

ICE, along with the FBI and DHS’s US-VISIT Program provide the technology to help local law enforcement agencies (LEAs) complete an integrated records check to determine both the criminal history and immigration status of individuals in their custody.