Month: August 2014

Executive Action from the President Could Change the Lives of Many

President Barack Obama has announced plans to act on his own and change the current deportation policies of the U.S. It is believed that the President would expand immigration protections to more categories of undocumented immigrants. The President’s executive actions are likely to affect around five million undocumented immigrants. He might use his executive authority …

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Why Aren’t Most Asians Applying for Deferred Action?

This Friday (August 15, 2014) marks the second anniversary of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. According to the Migration Policy Institute (MPI), only 55 percent of the 1.2 million youth who are eligible for deferred action have applied for this status. Around half of the eligible undocumented youth have not yet filed …

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Top 5 Universities in the U.S.

America remains the world’s leading destination for international students. Many choose to study in Texas, California and New York and they also prefer to study in universities with high standards of teaching. Most of the American universities are recognized for their flexibility, facilities, excellence and top quality teachers. One of the reasons they seek to study …

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