Obama administration may unveil new deportation policy in two stages
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Obama is feeling the pressure from the immigrant community, an executive decision has to take place in the coming weeks to curb the rate of deportation.  One for certain will be considered for some immigrants who have not committed serious crimes, they will be allowed to remain in the United States.

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Republicans adjust priorities for immigration reform
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Due to the high criticism received by the Hispanic organizations, Republicans in the House of Representative are changing their views regarding the immigration reform everybody is waiting.  A lot of groups has been created to target different Republican members, thought their Facebook accounts, and some other media platforms, to make them give their formal views regarding immigration.  For example, some Republicans are against the ENLIST Act, which will allow undocumented immigrants to serve in the U.S. military and gain citizenship.  The Republicans are being the main target of campaign ads, that are putting pressure on the whole Republican Party.

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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 to same-sex couples and opposite-sex couples.


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Peter King urges immigration reform
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Atlanta-area evangelical leaders call for immigration overhaul
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Atlanta-area evangelical leaders on Thursday called on Congress to pass legislation that would create a pathway to citizenship for immigrants living illegally in the U.S.

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Creating good jobs requires a good jobs agenda
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Germany has a well-deserved reputation for smart economic policy, including ways in which the government, business, and labor work together to further the common goals of a skilled workforce producing quality output for both domestic and global markets.  The US, on the other hand, though still highly productive and innovative, does not have a coherent set of policies to advance these goals.

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Deportation review spurs outcry from Senate GOP
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A group of nearly two dozen GOP senators expressed “grave concerns” with the Department of Homeland Security’s deportation review in a letter to President Obama on Thursday.

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Illegal immigrants benefit the U.S. economy
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There are few subjects that evoke as much emotion as immigration reform, especially since future laws could result in a path to citizenship for over 11 million illegal immigrants.

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This Immigration Documentary Will Make You Rethink Border Security
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Few films bring audiences closer to the brutal reality of U.S. border security than “Who is Dayani Cristal?”

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Little hope for change in US immigration law, says Governor
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A leading Irish-American politician has said there is little hope of any reform of America’s immigration law until at least the year 2020.

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