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Cubans in the U.S. Now Facing Threat of Deportation Following Change in Diplomatic Relations between the U.S. and Cuba

The new changes in diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba that President Obama have enacted are being met with some trepidation by many Cuban nationals who are living in the United ...
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Presidential Hopeful Jeb Bush Speaks in Favor of Immigrants

On Saturday, Iowa congressman Steve King, an infamously anti-immigration advocate, hosted a political event for Republican conservative presidential hopefuls. Missing from this roster of potential ...
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President Obama's Immigration Policies in Trouble Following House Vote to Cancel Them

Not long after the mid-term elections which put Republicans in control of the House, a vote took place that passed amendments which would undermine President Obamas plans for immigration. The ...
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The President's Approval Rating on the Increase Following Recent Executive Actions and the Cuban Policy Changes

There has been a recent increase in President Obama's approval rating following his recent Executive Actions regarding Immigration Reform as well as his initiative to change the country's ...
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New York City Mayor de Blasio and Others Support the President Immigration Initiative

On Monday, Mayor Bill de Blazio and mayors and senior officials from 25 different cities, met in New York City to unite and support President Obama's recent Executive Action on Immigration Reform. ...
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New Court Dates bumping non-priority immigration cases to November 2019

Last summer, due to the surge in undocumented women and children crossing the border from Mexico in to the United States, the U.S. Immigration Courts have been inundated with hundreds of thousands of ...
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Surprisingly, President Obama's New Executive Action Is Not Popular With All Hispanics

The Executive Action regarding immigration reform, which President Obama announced last month is not receiving support by the majority of the American public. Not surprisingly, a new Gallup poll shows ...
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Time to Plan for H1B Visas

With the annual H-1B season again upon us, the all-important April 01, 2015, deadline is fast approaching for potential H-1B workers. A date which should be marked on immigration calendars nationally ...
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Applications for the New Immigration Law May Begin February 2015

On Thursday of last week, Speaker of the House, John Boehner stated that the Republican Party would challenge the President's recent promise to implement an Executive Action, bringing about an ...
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More States Join Lawsuit Against President Obama and His Immigration Plan

The number of states who have joined the lawsuit against President Obama has risen to 24. That means that half of the states in the United States have decided that they believe that the Executive ...
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President Obama to Change the Country's States Relations with Cuba May Effect Cuban Nationals in the U.S.

President Obama announced earlier today that he promised to end the way the United States currently deals with the county of Cuba, calling it "outdated." In this news breaking declaration, ...
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Washington Warns People to Steer Clear from "Notario" Scams

With the new and exciting laws for undocumented individuals that President Obama announced last month, comes a warning for unsuspecting families who may be headed for sham and unethical ...
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President Obama Defends His Position on Immigration Reform

On Friday, President Obama was interviewed for the ABC Network News program "This Week", which was aired nationally on Sunday. When questioned about the current immigration issue he ...
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Immigration Detention Facility to Close

The Department of Homeland Security announced today that it will be closing an immigration facility in Artesia, New Mexico. This particular facility is a center that specializes in detention of women ...
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Eighth-graders Learn About Immigration from Guest Speaker

Eighth-grade students at the Donna Klein School in Boca Raton experienced a unique learning opportunity when Mrs. Frieda Goldstein, mother of eighth-grader Jacob Goldstein and a Miami immigration ...
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President Obama Defends His Stance on Immigration in a CBS Television Interview This Week

This week President Obama was interviewed on the CBS news program, "Face the Nation." Following last Tuesday's mid-term elections, the President continued to defend his stance on ...
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Fox News Arguing Whether President Obama Have the Legal Authority to Pass Immigration Reform

The hot topic up for debate currently is whether President Obama as the legal authority to take action on the Immigration Reform on his own. The Supreme Court of the United States ruled in 2012 that ...
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Children in Los Angeles Immigration Court Face Federal Judges Without an Attorney

The Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review is the agency that employs the nation's Immigration Judges and the Los Angeles Immigration Court is one of the largest in the ...
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Naturalized Palestinian on Trial for Failing to Disclose Previous Arrests for Bombing on Citizenship Application

The application for United States citizenship or N-400 is a document designed to ask many questions that relate to national security and the applicant's past associations and activities. It was ...
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Immigration Faces Tough Road Following Yesterday's Election

The mid-term elections that took place yesterday were a landslide for the Republican Party in most parts of the country. This is not good news for supporters of a Comprehensive Immigration Reform, ...
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Haitians to be offered Expedited Visas to the United States under Family Reunification

The Republic of Haiti is the poorest country in the Western hemisphere, with four-fifths of its population in abject poverty and three-fifths of the population unemployed or under-employed. Early next ...
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The Second Wave of Immigration that Hit the United States Filled with Diversity

The first wave of immigration into the United States occurred as far back as the 1880s to the 1920s. This wave of immigrants was by fueled turmoil, poverty and war in Europe and aided by the creation ...
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Immigration Officer Who Took Bribes Sentenced

In Los Angeles, California this week, former Immigration Officer Mai Nhu Nguyen was sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison for a plea of guilty she made earlier this year to accepting bribes ...
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Colorado Faces a Demand in Driver's Licenses for Undocumented Immigrants

Colorado recently became the 11 th state to allow undocumented immigrants to obtain a driver's license without providing information regarding their immigration status in the United States and ...
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Philadelphia Immigration Court Overwhelmed By Undocumented Children Cases

The United States Immigration Court, located in the Federal Building at Ninth and Market Streets in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is not one of the largest courts in the nation. However, with the recent ...
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