Month: October 2014

Activists worry president will break immigration reform promise

From those waiting for U.S. citizenship to reform supporters, many were upset with President Barack Obama when he delayed his decision on immigration reform until after the midterm elections in November 2014. However, Obama minimized the public upset by promising to make a decision before the end of the year and implying that big changes …

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California DMVs prepare to grant driver’s licenses to undocumented immigrants

Within the past few years, several states have begun to grant driver’s licenses and identification cards to immigrants who came to the country as children and do not hold American citizenship. The California Department of Motor Vehicles has been working to make this a reality in The Golden State with the passage of law AB 60, …

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New documentary ‘The Vigil’ calls for immigration reform

You don’t have to be awaiting U.S. citizenship to know that immigration reform is a hot topic as of late. The subject has been in the spotlight recently as the world awaits announcements from President Barack Obama regarding the state of the reform initiative, and it has also begun taking over the big screen. In fact, …

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How to apply for a green card through a job offer

When U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services awards an immigrant a green card, it gives that person permanent residence in the U.S. This comes with the right to secure employment within the country. The application process can take a long time to be complete and is very complex and strict. However, USCIS offers several avenues through which …

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DHS implements Haitian Family Reunification Parole program

When it comes to receiving a green card or visa, those who are family members of people with American citizenship often have their applications expedited. That’s because the U.S. government puts particular emphasis on family reunification. The Department of Homeland Security has just announced that it will put the Haitian Family Reunification Parole program into place. …

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Silicon Valley pushes to digitize immigration forms

Immigration reform has largely come to a standstill on Capitol Hill, much to the distress of those seeking American citizenship. But leaders in Silicon Valley are finding new ways to stimulate debate surrounding the subject and revolutionize the process for applying for a green card or visa. According to The Hill, San Francisco-based FileRight has …

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International entrepreneurs urge U.S. to push immigration reform

All throughout the U.S., people have been vocal in their support of immigration reform and the rights of those seeking American citizenship. The broken immigration system affects much more than just family relationships among those separated by the border – it also has great implications for the U.S. economy and the workforce. Even in the …

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