President Barack Obama is holding out the prospect that immigration legislation might pass Congress this year and is urging police officials to join with evangelical Christians and businesses to pressure House Republicans.
During a naturalization ceremony on Friday April 25, 2014 President Obama took advantage of the stop at South Korea to support the 20 military service members and their spouses. He wanted to promote an immigration bill that has been pending … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
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.
Last week, former Secretary of the State and First Lady Hillary Clinton spoke at a girls’ empowerment forum held in the Lower Eastside Girls Club in New York City. The event was sponsored by the Clinton Foundation, and during the … Continue reading
U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, a Democrat who was part of bipartisan group that drafted a comprehensive immigration reform bill last year, says that Republicans really would like to see such a measure pass in Congress, though individually they don’t want … Continue reading
Colorado’s community and business leaders have been very vocal in their support of the passage of a comprehensive immigration reform bill. Immigrant activist groups have been petitioning Congress to take immediate action because the stalemate is affecting businesses and the economy in … Continue reading
Opponents seized on a Republican framework of ‘principles’ that would legalize undocumented immigrants—not just over the idea, but the timing of a vote ahead of their midterm elections.
Undocumented immigrants living in the United States will get no special pathway to citizenship under a set of principles proposed by House Republicans Thursday afternoon. Instead, GOP lawmakers in the lower chamber are offering them an opportunity to “live legally … Continue reading
Republican leaders in the House of Representatives have drafted their principles on immigration reform, and they just went public.