U.S. & Canada Announce Visa & Immigration Information-Sharing Agreement

Date: December 18, 2012

By: Edward Shulman

The State Department recently announced the signing of the U.S.-Canada Visa and Immigration Information-Sharing Agreement, which will enable Canada and the U.S. to share information from third country nationals who apply for a visa or permit to travel to either country.

ABC News/Univision: Georgia Police Can Choose to Enforce Immigration Law

ABC News/Univision reports that Georgia police may choose to start enforcing the "show-me-your-papers" portion of the state's immigration law, now that a judge has lifted an injunction against it.

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