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Month: January 2013

Proposal on immigration negotiated by House members

A group of six House members, divided almost equally between members of the Democratic and Republican parties, is close to completing a wide-ranging immigration legislation that is similar to proposals by President Barack Obama and Senate negotiators. It includes offering a path to US citizenship for the around 11 million illegal immigrants who already reside …

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Immigration reform plan has positive implications for Chinese

US President Barack Obama has put his support behind a proposal from a bipartisan group of senators to have the country’s immigration laws reformed, something that is also being regarded in a positive light by many Chinese people who live in the United States. In a speech which he made to a Las Vegas high …

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Labor Unions join forces to support immigration reform

Just days after the inauguration speech of President Barack Obama Congressional leaders are speaking out, with the speech having resonated strongly with labor unions.  For the very first time in a number of decades unions and migrant laborers have joined forces in order to come up with a plan for comprehensive immigration reform, ABC News …

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