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AILA Resources on Administrative Reform 2014 (Updated 11/24/14)

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 14032850 (posted Nov. 24, 2014)"

On 11/20/14 President Obama announced a number of executive actions he was directing the agencies to take on immigration. (AILA Doc. No. 14112102.) Later that day the Departments of Homeland Security and Labor issued a number of memoranda outlining the policies they would be enacting over the coming months (see below). The following day, in an address in Las Vegas, Nevada, the President outlined his plans further and issued two Presidential Memoranda. (AILA Doc. No. 14112447.)

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AILA Recommendations on Administrative Action

  • Affirmative relief from deportation and other DHS policy changes to help keep families together and business running: A letter from AILA to the White House outlining potential administrative actions that advance our national interest, which includes: supporting family unity, promoting economic growth, and improving processes. (AILA Doc. No. 14090349.)
  • Enforcement reforms: DHS is removing thousands of people each year who pose no threat and have strong ties to our country, including many with U.S. citizen and lawful permanent resident family members. (AILA Doc. No. 14032541.)
  • Letter to President Obama on Family Detention and Executive Action from AILA and 135 advocacy, legal, service and other organizations urging him to address the fundamental problems with the detention and expedited deportation of children and their mothers as he considers taking executive action to reform the immigration system. (AILA Doc. No. 14111904.)
  • "Border Security: Moving Beyond Past Benchmarks," an AILA report that examines what’s really needed to secure the border. Since 2001, the United States has taken a resource heavy approach to border-security, which has resulted in a dramatic build-up of border security and a massive expenditure of resources at the Southern border. (AILA Doc. No. 13013051.)

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