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What is the RAISE Act?

The "Reforming American Immigration for a Strong Economy Act" (RAISE Act) would eliminate most of the immigration system we know today and replace it with a "merit-based system," ...
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Presidential Politics and Immigration Misinformation

Illegal immigration has become a major topic in the current Presidential campaigns. Unfortunately, the candidates who pontificate on stopping illegal immigration are misleading the public on the ...
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Congress Passes New Omnibus Bill

Late night on 12/15/2015, Congress released its Omnibus Appropriation Bill, which funds the government until the end of this fiscal year, September 30, 2016. The bill includes a number of immigration ...
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Immigration Executive Action Headed to the High Court

After Congress’ inability to pass immigration reform of any kind, there was much excitement in the immigrant community when, as a result, President Obama announced immigration executive action ...
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Visa Programs Affected by Potential Government Shutdown

As it has done so many times in the past, Congress passed a stop-gap measure which continues funding the government at current levels. The resolution reauthorized three visa programs and the E-Verify ...
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DAP: What it means, and why you should act now.

Despite the questions surrounding whether President Obama’s decision to offer deferred action for certain parents of U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (“DAP”) will be ...
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Comprehensive Deportation Plan Instead of Comprehensive Immigration Reform?

According to the American Immigration Council, the House Judiciary Committee signed off on a bill, believe it or not, the “Comprehensive Mass Deportation Act.” Although the American public ...
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Department of Homeland Security Receives Necessary Funding

After a much anticipated wait, Congress has finally voted to enact a full-year funding bill for the Department of Homeland Security. It is a "clean" bill, meaning that it doesn't contain ...
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Republicans Take Aim at Hispanics

In a dazzling display of anti-Hispanic fervor, the Republican Party has orchestrated a lawsuit filed by Republican governors aimed directly at separating US citizen children from their Hispanic ...
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H-1b Visas 2015. READY - SET - GO

The H-1b visa category is set aside for applicants in specialty occupations who have earned at least a bachelors degree or its equivalent and who have a job offer from a United States employer ...
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New Bi-Partisan Immigration Bill Introduced in Senate

New Bi-Partisan Immigration Bill Introduced in Senate The Immigration Innovation Act, recently introduced in the U.S. Senate, proposes much needed changes to our current business immigration laws and ...
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Funding v. Non-funding Nonsense of Immigration Executive Action

This Tuesday the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security, Jeh Johnson, had the pleasure of appearing before the House Committee on Homeland Security to defend the President's executive ...
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Immigration Executive Action - Washington Has Gone Mad

Notwithstanding that Obama's threats of acting alone on immigration have no merit to date; the Republican leadership is loading yet another useless weapon into their limping Trojan horse. Since ...
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Election Backlash and Broken Promises - 20/20 Hindsight

"I am not going to give up this fight until it is done." This is what the President told leaders at the Hispanic Congressional Caucus Institute after he broke his promise to act on ...
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Governor Brown Accomplishes What Congress And The President Cannot

Governor Jerry Brown of California is not waiting for the President or the Congress to act on immigration reform. The Governor took matters into his own hands and signed three immigration reform bills ...
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Deportations Instead of Immigration Reform

U.S. Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) has announced that it plans to open and operate a new "Family Residential Center" in Dilley, Texas to house adults with children in response ...
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The Complexities of Immigration Law and Notario Fraud

With the prospect of possible immigration reform looming on the horizon, notarios and other unlicensed individuals will get to work and take advantage of unsuspecting immigrants. As a result, many ...
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There Won't Be Any Immigration Reform.....

I truly hope I am wrong, but I predict there will be no immigration reform prior to the November 2014 mid-term elections, not after the mid-term elections, and not during Obama's presidency. This ...
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International Students Are The Future Of This Country

Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) administers America's Student Exchange Visitor Program (SEVP). In this capacity, the agency releases a report of international students studying in the ...
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Unilateral Immigration Reform

As members of Congress are heading home for summer recess and their August town halls, the White House grapevine has it that President Obama will circumvent Congress and unilaterally implement ...
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Solving Congressional Impasse

With all the news reports of the acrimony in Congress, I realized that I have seen the model whereby people of differing ideas and value systems can work together for a common good. My parents were ...
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