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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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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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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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Obama Releases ICE Detainees

While Republicans hold the budget hostage, Obama wisely cuts expenses by releasing immigrants detained by ICE. Make no mistake, this move shows how committed Obama is to immigration reform. Obama intends to end our reality of so many immigrants being detained, deported and separated from their families. Obama holds the trump cards because Homeland Security […]

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Hardship waivers can now be completed in the US, but I am disappointed.

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  The Obama Administration has announced that immigrants seeking hardship waivers and residency will be able to complete their application in the United States instead of being separated from their families during the lengthy process. I must say that I am very disappointed. Although this is an improvement, Obama has once again given us less […]

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