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Immigration Discussion
The hot topic up for debate currently is whether President Obama has the legal authority to take action on the Immigration Reform on his own. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in 2012 that the president of the United States has the authority to exercise prosecutorial discretion in the area of immigration. Despite...
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It is estimated that at this year’s election there are an additional 21% of Latinos who have become naturalized citizens meaning that 24 million are eligible to vote. It is no surprise then, that this voting bloc is an important one, especially in key battleground states such as our very own, Florida. Hispanics are more...
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It appears as though the much anticipated unilateral action by President Obama regarding immigration may be much wider than contemplated. Members of the administration have been meeting with business leaders and groups to get an idea of the changes needed for business and employment visas. Some of the suggestions are: exempt spouses and dependent green...
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White House insiders are now saying that the President will most likely use his executive authority to affect immigration law sometime in September. The President has an array of options, each with its own set of benefits for the millions of undocumented immigrants in the United States and each with its own set of legal...
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President Obama has previously indicated that he will hold off in taking any further executive action in the immigration arena to give Congress a chance to vote on and pass new immigration laws designed to fix our broken immigration system. As the summer passes the half-way point, it becomes clearer that Congress does not wish...
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As the debate rages on about comprehensive immigration reform, yet another major wrinkle has been added with the recent surge of unaccompanied minors crossing the Texas border. These children are sent to the United States by families desperate to save them from the rampant poverty and gang violence in their Central American countries. Young children...
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Former Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton, told a group during a meeting that she is an avid supporter of immigration reform. The comments came as an answer to a question posed by an undocumented alien who was brought to the United States by her parents. Clinton, who is still considering a run for President in...
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According to the Secretary of Homeland Security, if the Republican House does not advance towards a comprehensive immigration reform (CIR) this year, the Obama administration will be forced to take action. After many previously unmet promises, in March 2014 Obama assured the U.S. Latino population that he would review the U.S. immigration and deportation policies....
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A very special client came to us as she had overstayed her student visa from France. As it turned out, she was the victim of an abusive spouse, who had been a lawful permanent resident. They were recently divorced and she came to us to inquire how she could legalize her status in the U.S....
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Today on CNN a Democratic and Republican Congressmen were debating immigration reform. The Democrat explained why his party was in favor of a comprehensive immigration reform effort while the Republican countered with a piece-meal approach. The Democrat, however, made a point that if John Boehner would simply allow a vote in the House, that comprehensive...
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