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Month: August 2013

Will President Obama Use an Executive Order if Reform Fails?

If the U.S. Congress fails to pass immigration reform, President Obama will act on his own and permit several undocumented immigrants to live legally in the United States, according to Sen. Marco Rubio. He says that immigration reform would be better than President Obama’s executive order. Rubio (R-Fla.) is a part of the Gang of …

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Will the DREAM 9 Activists Receive Asylum?

A group of young immigrants, DREAM 9, were released from the immigration detention center in Arizona. These nine activists, in the last month protested the unfair US immigration and deportation policy. They were held when they tried to cross the border and re-enter the United States. This group was arrested on 22nd July when they tried to create …

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Immigrants Use “Key Words” to Cross Border

A loophole is helping floods of new immigrants seeking asylum cross the Mexican border and enter into the United States. Immigrants are now using phrases like “credible fear” of repercussions from Mexican drug cartels to enter. Mexicans who seek to enter the U.S. to live and work can now buy videos that teach them how to seek asylum. These videos include phrases they need …

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Facebook CEO Speaks in Favor of Immigration Reform

Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, recently addressed immigration for the first time at a screening of a new movie called “Documented”. Documented, is a movie that tells the story of Jose Antonio Vargas, an immigration activist and an undocumented immigrant, and that of the other DREAMers who were brought up in America without legal status. Zuckerberg …

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US Companies Help their Workers to Obtain US Citizenship

Some U.S. employers are now helping their employees achieve their American dream. U.S. businesses are pairing up with immigrant advocates in order to help their eligible employees become U.S. citizens. This effort will benefit all such eligible employees and U.S. companies: Workers can avoid legal fees and the employers can create a deeper bond with …

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Immigration Reform Supporters See Hopeful Signs in House

The House will not consider the immigration reform bill that the Senate has passed, but it will have a vote on a series of bills. The House will deal with all the issues and for the House, border security is the most important issue. Supporters of immigration reform believe that the House will come up with a …

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American States that Recognize Same Sex Marriages

US citizens can now petition for their same-sex foreign partners and bring them to America. To get your same-sex spouse a Green Card, you need to be legally married to your spouse and your marriage must be genuine. You will be granted access to immigration benefits only if you were married in a state that is in favor …

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USCIS to Review Denied Gay Marriage Green Card Applications

USCIS has now started to reconsider Green Card applications that were filed by gay couples and that were denied by USCIS in the past. USCIS recently issued new guidelines and stated that it would review all the immigrant petitions filed by gay couples after February 23, 2011 and that were denied due to the Defense …

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