New Immigration Policy – Going Easier on Parents

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Immigration agents will now be able to give more leniency to parents who end up in immigration custody. according an Obama administration policy directive released on Friday. ICE will now have the ability to be easier on undocumented immigrants that have children in the US. Agents should now be able to consider whether the immigrant […]

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Rubio Fears That Obama Could Expand Deferred Deportation to Cover Most Current Undocumented Immigrants

Scott D. Mills the-Immigration-Lawyer.com Over a week ago, I discussed how and why President Obama should fix the stalemate on immigration by using executive order to expand the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) programs to include more immigrants. Now Senator Marco Rubio is expressing his fear that the President is going to make this happen. […]

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Immigrants from Mexico Allowed in to the US By Using “Key Words” at the Border

    Reportedly immigrants from Mexico have been able to get permission to enter the US because they have been taught to use key phrases that convince Border Patrol agents that the immigrants should be treated as refugees and granted admission in to the United States. Border Patrol agents say about 200 people came through the […]

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President Obama Should Act on Immigration

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  Scott D. Mills the-Immigration-Lawyer.com As Congress takes a vacation on immigration reform, pressure grows on President Obama to do more. The power of the Executive branch is great – we have already seen Obama give us DACA with the stroke of a pen – and also seen the lawsuit to dismiss that program tossed […]

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Lawsuit Against DACA Dismissed!

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A US district court in Texas today dismissed Kris Kobach’s lawsuit against the deferred action (DACA) program which has for almost a year now granted DREAMers temporary relief from deportation. This is great news for DREAMers. This program has offered great opportunities to many young undocumented immigrants. It would have been a shame to take that away […]

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The Three Republican Amigos

Who doesn’t love the Three Amigos? It is a goofy classic filled with guys who are not smart. Latino Rebels now spoofs the classic spoof, starring three really dumb amigos. Watch the Three Republican Amigos

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Senator Jeff Sessions lays out his plan to stop Immigration Reform

Senator Jeff Sessions of Alabama has released a memo to all of his Republican colleagues describing how and why the Republicans must defeat immigration reform. The memo relies heavily on scaring American workers with the threat of low-wage workers. Sessions argues that legalizing immigrant workers will drive lower wages even lower because we would have […]

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Is the House calling Immigration Reform Dead to get more space to work?

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Immigration Doom And Gloom Is Giving John Boehner Some Room To Operate We love it when Washington plays games with the futures of millions of people hanging in the balance. If the House Republicans are betting that claiming that Immigration Reform is dead on arrival will make everyone shut up about it – they are […]

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‘The White House Doesn’t See a Path’ to Passing Immigration; Paul Ryan’s ‘Gone Silent’

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Immigration reform passed in the Senate largely because Marco Rubio championed the cause. Many expected Paul Ryan to take that role in the House. His failure to do so has made the White House lose hope that immigration reform will be passed by the House at all. http://www.weeklystandard.com/blogs/white-house-doesnt-see-path-passing-immigration-paul-ryans-gone-silent_738735.html

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Mayor Makes Clear Portland’s Interest In Immigration Reform

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A liberal mayor and business leaders often face off, but when the answer is this obvious, they often have to agree. Hopefully the US House feels the pressure from leaders nationwide supporting immigration reform. We applaud Mayor Charlie Hales and the business leaders of Portland for supporting reform, and feeling the need for change that […]

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