Category Archives: Family

Mexican Dreamer Detained in Tacoma, WA.

  A 23 year old Mexican man, brought to this country by his parents at a very young age was detained by U.S. Immigration Authorities.  He lives and works in the U.S. under the DACA program. He is being held in the Detention Center in Tacoma, WA. This program currently protects approximately 750,000 people from […]

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Washington Dream Act passes House

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Washington Dream Act passes house in a rare first day vote. The proposal would allow access to financial aid to children brought to the United States illegally as children. The senates has signaled that the bill is very unlikely to pass. Few states have actually passed similar bills that would benefit “Dreamers”, allowing them to […]

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Obama Will Push Immigration Reform

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  President Obama said on Tuesday that the immigration reform will be top priority once the physical crisis has been resolved. In an Interview with the Spanish network Univision, Obama said the once the physical crisis is done, he will push to call a vote on immigration reform. “Once that’s done, you know, the day […]

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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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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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Immigration Bill Passes the US Senate! SÍ SE PUEDE!

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We have no idea what will really happen in the House of Representatives, but the Senate has finally passed an immigration bill. This is a historic day, but I am very concerned. The Senate is the more liberal and pro-immigration than the House. Yet the billed passed today in the Senate is not very progressive […]

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Major Changes to Deportation Policies

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Major changes took place Thursday morning as The House voted to overturn all of President Obama’s non-deportation policies. The House voted to preserve a program which allows local police to help enforce our current immigration laws, rejecting the presidents efforts to defund it. Along with this they have voted to defund the Deffered Action for […]

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Immigration Reform Near Collapse

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After months and months on waiting for congressmen to agree on a comprehensive immigration reform things are looking worse than ever. Meetings in the House of Representatives on a comprehensive immigration reform have failed, and congressmen will meet today for the last time without reaching an agreement on a House Bill. According to two sources […]

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Immigration Bill Legalizes Relatives & Previously Deported

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Rep. Lamar Smith said that the senate immigration bill is even worse that feared, since it legalizes illegals’ relatives & people previously deported. Quoted  “It’s hard to believe, but the Senate immigration bill is worse than we thought. Despite assurances, the border is not secured before almost everyone in the country illegally is given amnesty.  […]

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