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Month: July 2013

Immigration Reform May Be Seeing New Light in House

After hearing from House Republicans, the possibility of the House passing broad immigration reform may be on the horizon. According to CBS News, a recent poll showed that immigration supporters have outspent anti-reform groups three-to-one. Some believe immigration's opposition won't have the funds to challenge House Republicans who support reform. Pro-reform House members were able …

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Immigration Supports Rally Outside Speaker John Boehner’s Ohio Office

Immigration supporters held a rally on July 27 to pressure House Speaker John Boehner and other House members to support a comprehensive immigration reform bill, according to news source Cincinnati.com. "Our demand is simple," Kica Matos, a spokesperson for Fair Immigration Reform Movement, told the source. "Pass an immigration reform bill in the House by August …

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Obama Administration Opens Green Card Investigation for Same-Sex Couples

The Obama administration recently announced it will begin a system-wide review of same-sex couples where the partners of U.S. citizens were denied green cards. According to USA Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said couples of the same-sex would be able to obtain a green card for their foreign spouse, just as heterosexual couples …

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Congressional Compromise on Immigration Reform Appears Likely, Say Advocates

Although congressional leaders remain split on the issue of immigration reform, many advocates believe that things are looking up for the 11 million people currently living in the United States without American citizenship. According to The New York Times, House Republicans showed increasing support this week for various immigration reform policies that were previously discounted …

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Boehner Avoids Taking Position Regarding Pathway to Citizenship

House Speaker John Boehner declined to state his position on whether or not he supports a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants already living in the U.S. According to The Washington Post, Boehner said he cannot say if legislation on immigration reform will reach the House floor or if a pathway to citizenship …

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Nation’s Republicans Want Congress to Take Action on Immigration

A new poll by the National Journal showed that 60 percent of Republicans favor passing the Senate’s immigration reform bill. Included in the Senate’s legislation is a pathway to citizenship for the undocumented immigrants already living in the U.S., generally something most Republicans reject. According to the poll, 18 percent want to pass the bill as …

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Majority of Americans Support Pathway to Citizenship and Tougher Border Security

A recent poll on immigration reform by ABC News and The Washington Post revealed that more than half of Americans support a pathway to citizenship for undocumented immigrants. Similar numbers also support stricter border control. However, the cost of border enforcement was a downfall for support.  About 64 percent of Americans supported adding 20,000 border …

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