Two recent events highlighted the complexity of the immigration debate in our country: the decision by the President to defer the deportation of young people brought to this country as minors, and to allow them to get work permits; and … Continue reading
DENVER — Of the many conflicts on immigration, there is at least one broad agreement: Both President Barack Obama and GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney have said the legal visa process, particularly for high-skilled workers and foreign-born graduates with advanced … Continue reading
With all the news surrounding the Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act on Thursday, I checked in with the National Immigration Law Center to clarify if and how this decision might impact immigrants, both undocumented and lawful immigrants.
Some state regulatory boards aren’t abiding by a requirement in Alabama’s immigration law that they check the legal residency of people getting licenses to do business in the state.
In the never-ending debate over the impact that immigration has on the U.S. economy, the role of immigrant small businesses usually goes unnoticed. While mention is sometimes made of the fact that two in five Fortune 500 companies were founded … Continue reading
The San Ysidro port of entry – which separates Tijuana, Mexico, from San Diego County – is the busiest land border crossing in the world, with more than 30 million people crossing into the country from Mexico last year alone, … Continue reading
They chanted. They marched. They sat cross-legged on the two-lane highway in front of the Montgomery County Correctional Facility in Lower Providence Township on Thursday, closing it to traffic for more than 90 minutes.
BOSTON—Immigrant supporters are pushing to register hundreds of new voters during a naturalization ceremony for nearly 1,700 people in Boston. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will present 1,665 candidates for naturalization at the ceremony scheduled for Friday at the … Continue reading
BALTIMORE— Forty citizenship candidates from 31 countries became U.S. citizens during a special Flag Day naturalization ceremony on Thursday, June 14, 2012 at the Maryland Historical Society on the 235th anniversary of the adoption of our official national symbol. Farheen … Continue reading
President Obama’s June 15 “deferred action” announcement is good not only for the 1.4 million unauthorized children and young adults who have been granted a temporary reprieve from deportation, but also good for the U.S. economy. Each year, tens of … Continue reading