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American Immigration Weekly Recap – September 19th to 23rd

Trump claims that Clinton wants open borders Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump says that his rival Hillary Clinton is the first U.S. Presidential candidate who wants open borders and who is in favor of abolishing the country’s borders. He said that Clinton’s plan would create a “grave peril” and that the country will be put …

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Senate Judiciary Committee Begins Debate on Immigration Bill

The comprehensive immigration reform bill crafted by the 8 bipartisan senators was unveiled in April. 301 amendments to the Senate bill were filed and more than half of those amendments were from the Republicans. The Senate panel cast the first congressional votes on the amendments on Thursday and the Senate Judiciary Committee met and debated …

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2013 Immigration Reform Bill Announced

The long-awaited Senate immigration reform bill, “Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013”, that was unveiled on Wednesday is likely to change various aspects of the country’s immigration laws. Key provisions of the bill are border security, path to US citizenship and immigration overhaul. You can read the full 844 page immigration …

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Who Can File Form I-601A, Application for a Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver?

I-601A waiver is meant for the eligible dependents of US citizens who have accumulated unlawful presence in America. You can file Form I-601A if you are a US citizen’s immediate relative and if you have been living in America as an undocumented immigrant. Make sure that you are not considered to be inadmissible into America …

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