Category Archives: Family Immigration
Public schools are required to accept immigrants — but they keep finding ways not to
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In the United States, K-12 public schools are legally required to educate all children, regardless of immigration status.


ACLU calls for end of ‘ICE holds’ in Minnesota
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The American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota sent letters to every county sheriff in Minnesota on Wednesday urging them to stop holding immigration detainees for the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE).


Politicians and advocacy groups push for reform during Cinco de Mayo
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As advocates of undocumented immigrants on Capitol Hill struggle to find common ground on the immigration reform debate, many supporters of undocumented immigrants continue to hold rallies and marches in displays of solidarity. Hundreds of protesters gathered outside city hall … Continue reading


How Immigration Enforcement Has Changed Since 1993, Report Shows
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Immigration enforcement has changed significantly ever since Congress approved a sweeping immigration bill in 1996, according to a new report.


Immigration
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This is a fact …America’s immigration system is broken. Too many employers game the system by hiring undocumented workers and there are 11 million people living in the shadows. Neither is good for the economy or the country. So if … Continue reading


Can You Trust Obama to Police Immigration? Report: Yes You Can
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Moving ahead on immigration reform depends on the President, he’s enforcing the law. Obama has to show the American people and the Congress he can implement the law, so that it may be passed. Obama has been focusing on enforcing … Continue reading


Obama Administration Deportation Policy Changes May Come In ‘Two Step Process’
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Earlier last week Obama spoke on immigration reform in San Francisco on changes to immigration-enforcement and deportation policy being contemplated by the Obama administration will likely come in two separate steps. The first would be more extensive background checks of … Continue reading


Which work visa is right for you?
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If you are interested in coming to the U.S. to work, you may be overwhelmed by all the visa options that United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers.


Members of the U.S. government discuss immigration reform
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Lawmakers, religious leaders, social media executives and advocacy groups have all made the news in recent months, launching the political issue into a full-blown media storm. As representatives of both the Democratic and Republican parties make their statements in interviews, … Continue reading


How overturning Section 3 of DOMA has benefited same-sex couples
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In 2013, the United States Supreme Court overturned Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). Now same-sex marriages between green card holders and noncitizens are receiving the same treatment as traditional marriage. Now USCIS grants equal immigration benefits … Continue reading