n.1.A consort, husband or wife; a companion; a fere.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Immigrations and Customs Enforcement hired as an adviser Jon Feere - who has called publicly to end birthright citizenship for the children of "birth tourists" and proposed doing so through legislative and executive means.
at 130-42 (identifying the Bahamas, Columbia, Haiti, Suriname, and the Dominican Republic as the only five countries in the Americas that do not provide birthright citizenship); see also Feere, supra note 89 at 15 (listing the countries that provide automatic birthright citizenship, that is, citizenship based on pure jus soli principles).
(128.) See Jon Feere, Open-Border Asylum: Newfound Category of
(31) See, for example, Jon Feere, The Myth of the "Otherwise Law-Abiding" Illegal Alien, Center for Immigration Studies, October 2013, http://cis.org/myth-law-abiding-illegal-alien; and Steven A.
An October 2013 Backgrounder written by Jon Feere, the legal policy analyst at the Center for Immigration Studies, headlined "The Myth of the 'Otherwise Law-Abiding' Illegal Alien," detailed the many statutes that many illegal aliens who are simply "here to work" may be violating, most commonly:
Jon Feere, a legal policy analyst at the Center for Immigration Studies, said that was the same politicak mistake made in 1986 -- legalization in the beginning with enforcement to follow.
(112.) Ford, supra note 104, at 297; Jon Feere, Obama Lifts HIV
Thise rokkes sleen [slay] my herte for the feere (FranT 888-893)
Jon Feere, legal policy analyst for the Washington, D.C.-based Center for Immigration Studies, said in addition to employment, immigrants are attracted to the United States because of the 14th Amendment, which automatically grants citizenship to anyone born in this country.
(36) But whi, lest that this letter founden were, No mencioun ne make I now for feere. (V.1602-03)