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Month: February 2014

More court defeats for deportations

Federal prosecution records are collected and studied by the Transaction Records Clearinghouse (TRAC) from Syracuse University, which is situated in New York.  These researchers have discovered that the United States government is now losing more deportation cases every year from 2009 onwards, with almost 50% of those immigrants who have faced being deported winning their …

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Chamber of Commerce increases pressure over immigration reform

The US Chamber of Commerce has again renewed its call for immigration reform because of its belief that it would be good for the nation’s economy, and it is increasing pressure on Republicans in the House of Representatives to move on legislation in 2014. Thomas J Donohue, the President of the Chamber, has posted a …

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Americans against politicians that block reform, poll finds

The results of a bipartisan poll that was conducted in order to find out the views on immigration reform that are held by the average American has found a feeling of general support for various measures that have been proposed and are currently being considered by Congress.  The poll, which was conducted by Republican polling …

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