According to an article on washingtonpost.com: “The Supreme Court accepted a case yesterday that could impact the government’s crackdown on illegal immigration, agreeing to review whether prosecutors must prove that defendants in aggravated identity-theft cases knew they were victimizing real people.”
Should be an interesting case. As this nation is rightly focused on the economic woes we face, immigration has become a back-burner issue. When there are noteworthy articles or events relating to immigration, I will be sure to post them.
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