Gay undocumented Irishman has his deportation suspended In a closely watched case, a gay undocumented Irishman has had his deportation order suspended and his case “administratively closed” as the Obama administration seems intent on taking steps to halt deportation of gays who have married.
June 29, 2013 - Irish Central
Deportation protest expected outside Irish government buildings Over 100 failed asylum seekers are taking to the streets of Dublin to protest against deportation orders. The asylum seekers are set to protest outside government buildings and are demanding to stay in Ireland with their Irish born children.
June 28, 2013 - Irish Central
James Woolsey in Jewishinstlouis.org It is not an exaggeration to say that such an action would set us back years in the war on terrorism,Woolsey wrote in a letter released by Seick. "Mosab's deportation would be such an inhumane act it would constitute a blight on American...
John Paul Stevens in Dscriber (blog) Carachuri-Rosendo, and others in his position, may now seek cancellation of [deportation proceedings] and thereby avoid the harsh consequence of mandatory removal,Stevens wrote.