Nationality Law News
Who checks President Trump's power on executive orders?
"The View" co-hosts discuss the nation's checks and balances system.
Members of Congress Push to Repeal Trump's Immigration Ban
ABC News consultant Steve Ganyard and chief legal analyst Dan Abrams weigh in on the legality of the immigration ban and the open dissent among some career officials at the State Department.
House Speaker Paul Ryan Says He'll 'Sue Any President' Who Overreaches
House Speaker Paul Ryan , who unveiled a Republican proposal on Thursday to re-assert the power of the legislative branch, said he'd be willing to sue any president -- Republican or Democrat -- who "exceeds his or her powers." The comments come days after presumptive Republican presidential nominee
UMass Amherst Reverses Controversial Ban on Iranian Students in Engineering, Sciences
The University of Massachusetts Amherst has overturned a controversial ban that would have prohibited all incoming Iranian students from participating in certain graduate engineering and natural sciences programs. "This approach reflects the university's longstanding commitment to wide access to
Record Visa 'Fraud' Fine as Tech Firms Under Fire for Relying on Foreign Workers
Tech companies have lobbied aggressively for immigration reform to allow more skilled foreign workers to enter the U.S. to increase America's global competitiveness. But the companies that request the most H1-B work visas for engineers are actually facilitating outsourcing, critics say, including a
Analysis: Why The Debate Over 'Illegal' Matters
After the AP Drops the Term "illegal immigrant" the Vibrant Debate Continues
Family a Priority for Immigration Reform Advocates
Asian Americans React To Proposal That Would Limit Family Petitions for Immigrants
23 Defining Moments in Immigration Policy History
Ever wondered how we ended up with this cobbled-together immigration system? Drawing on a mix of sources, including Guarding the Golden Door , here are the 23 defining moments in immigration policy history that helped create the system we know today: 1. Naturalization Act of 1790 - It restricted
Linguists Tell New York Times That 'Illegal' Is Neither 'Neutral' nor 'Accurate'
Eric Wants to Be Called "Undocumented" Because It "Respects [His] Humanity."
Supreme Court Finale: Health Reform, Immigration and Stolen Valor
The end of the Supreme Court term is quickly approaching. Along with landmark decisions about the health reform law and Arizona’s controversial immigration law, there are interesting cases having to do with jail sentences for minors and people who lie about receiving the medal of...