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Month: August 2014

Sen. Marco Rubio changes stance on immigration reform

Sen. Marco Rubio, R-Fla., recently addressed constituents at Rep. Jeff Duncan's annual barbecue fundraiser on Aug. 25. According to U.S. News & World Report, four minutes into Rubio's speech, protestors who object to the conservative's views on immigration chimed in. Although Rubio said in the past that he supports the concept of the DREAM Act, he no …

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Republicans threaten government shutdown over executive action

Some Republicans in Congress have warned the White House that they will work to shut down the government if President Barack Obama chooses to use executive action to address the country's immigration crisis. According to The Hill, the White House issued a statement that threats of a shutdown won't stop the president and his administration from …

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White House prepares for executive action on immigration reform

Following requests by advocates for President Barack Obama to issue executive action regarding the immigration crisis in the U.S., the White House is considering proposals from business and immigrant rights groups.  According to the Washington Post, President Obama is allegedly preparing to announce executive action that may stop deportations for millions of undocumented immigrants, including …

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How to renew a US green card

When immigrants to the U.S. are granted permanent citizenship, they become green card holders. Individuals who are granted green cards are permitted to live and work in the U.S. permanently. However, you are required to renew your green card every 10 years. Immigrants can be issued a green card through family, a job, or refugee or …

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Immigrant children start school

Thousands of unaccompanied, undocumented minors are starting the school year across the U.S. after the Department of Education recently released a fact sheet stating that the children are entitled to an education regardless of their citizenship status. According to the Associated Press, children who are detained at the U.S. border with Mexico are almost never immediately returned to …

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President Obama considers increasing green cards and H-1B visas

While in the midst of considering executive action to address the U.S. immigration crisis, President Barack Obama is also weighing the possibility of increasing the number of green cards and H-1B visas issued to immigrants by as much as 800,000 annually. According to Fox News Latino, technology businesses' request to expand the number of H-1B …

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