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Margaret Stock speaks on National Public Radio today:
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Margaret Stock, Monday, February 9, 2015 at Claremont McKenna College.

Exploiting the Myths, Traps, and Absurdities of Immigration Law to Benefit U.S. National Security

Lieutenant Colonel Margaret Stock is an attorney and 2013 recipient of a MacArthur Foundation fellowship (“genius award”) who speaks widely on issues of immigration law and national security. With experiences serving in the U.S. Army Reserve and teaching at West Point, Stock challenges complex federal immigration laws in order to provide more humane and rational policies that will also serve American national security interests.
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Potential effects of a DHS shutdown:
--TSA agents required to work without pay
--Employers would not have the ability to use E-Verify to check if new hires are authorized to work legally in the US
--No grants made to local and state authorities, including for training and new equipment
--Secret Service will not be able to hire agents to protect 2016 presidential candidates
--Civil rights and civil liberties complaint lines and investigations will be shut down
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U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) will expand Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals on Feb. 18, 2015. That will be the first day to request DACA under the revised guidelines established as part of President Obama’s recent anouncements on immigration.
USCIS advises the public to be extra careful to avoid immigration scams.

To learn how to identify and report scams, and how to find authorized legal assistance at little or no cost, go to uscis.gov/avoidscams or uscis.gov/es/eviteestafas.

Go to uscis.gov/immigrationaction or uscis.gov/accionmigratoria and enter your email address to get updates whenever USCIS posts new content about the executive actions.

If you have questions, in English or Spanish, you can call the USCIS National Customer Service Center at 1-800-375-5283 (TDD for the hearing-impaired: 1-800-767-1833).

To learn more, visit our website: http://www.uscis.gov/news/alerts/uscis-begin-accepting-requests-expanded-daca-feb-18
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The Multicultural Millennium Conference will address social justice issues, diversity and have a special emphasis on how they affect education. Keynote speakers will include Sonia Nazario, a former Los Angeles Times reporter, and Margaret Stock, an attorney who focuses on immigration and citizenship law.
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The Multicultural Millennium Conference will address social justice issues, diversity and have a special emphasis on how they affect education. Keynote speakers will include Sonia Nazario, a former Los Angeles Times reporter, and Margaret Stock, an attorney who focuses on immigration and citizenship law.
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Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin has introduced a bill that would eliminate the parole in place program for military families. It's called the "Repeal Executive Amnesty Act of 2015." The President would be barred from paroling a military family member unless the family member has a medical emergency that can't be treated overseas, the family member is going to donate an organ, or the family member has a relative who is about to die in the United States. No parole for family members who are themselves in danger. This bill would also prevent the President from reacting to a humanitarian crisis, such as the fall of South Vietnam or the Marielito Boat Lift. Better to just people who support democracy die at the hands of our enemies. Call Senator Johnson’s office at: (202) 224-5323 and tell them how outraged you are about this bill.
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