National deficit could be relieved by immigration reform

The nonpartisan organization known as the Congressional Budget Office says that the immigration reform plan presented by Democrats in the House of Representatives could cut the budget deficit in the United States by as much as $900 billion by the year 2034. The Congressional Budget Office estimates that the United States could be able to …

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Business groups refuse to back down over immigration reform

A new report has revealed that continued failure to act by Congress in regards to immigration reform in the United States could result in a bleak outlook for businesses that are reliant on low skilled workers. The study was released during a meeting on Capitol Hill, which was co-hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce …

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Young New York immigrants helped by advocacy groups

Advocates of immigration reform who live in New York City have been working hard to assist the young immigrants who live in the city to be able to remain in the United States legally. The group is posting fliers all around the city written in Korean, Mandarin, Hindi, Spanish and Haitian-Creole, which provide information about …

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US-Latin America ties would benefit from immigration reform

Immigration reform would greatly assist US foreign policy, according to Vice President Biden. Biden made the remarks in a speech to the US Hispanic Chamber of Commerce yesterday, noting that every Latin America leader he has encountered has been inquiring about immigration reform. “It’s about respect,” the Vice President said, adding that the growing global …

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Immigration reform would benefit national security

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services encourage innovative minds from other countries to study and work in the United States with the help of various types of visas. However, many people think the US government needs to do more to assist students who study in the science, technology, engineering and maths fields in the …

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US visa program overwhelmed by wealthy Chinese

A US visa program that offers green cards for cash by investors is threatened with being overwhelmed because of a sudden surge in interest by wealthy Chinese. The volume of applicants for the program has now become so great that there is a real danger of the US government actually running out of the permits. …

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Immigration reform would benefit national security

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services encourage innovative minds from other countries to study and work in the United States with the help of various types of visas. However, many people think the US government needs to do more to assist students who study in the science, technology, engineering and maths fields in the …

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US visa program overwhelmed by wealthy Chinese

A US visa program that offers green cards for cash by investors is threatened with being overwhelmed because of a sudden surge in interest by wealthy Chinese. The volume of applicants for the program has now become so great that there is a real danger of the US government actually running out of the permits. …

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Obama talks about changing deportation policy

President Barack Obama has been petitioned by Hispanic immigrants who want his administration to put an end to the deportation of undocumented immigrants, with almost two million people having been deported in his time in the White House. The complaints from Latinos are being focused on by Democrats, who worry that the turnout for the …

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Activists focus on stopping deportations as immigration reform falters

The surprise announcement last week from President Barack Obama that he intends to change his administration’s policy on deportations in order to be more “humane” is an illustration of the manner in which the battle over immigration reform has narrowed after being in deadlock in Congress for months. Immigrant rights activists, together with a large …

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Advocacy Day celebrated by Fast for Families

Non-profit organization, Fast for Families advocates on behalf of immigrant rights in the United States and on Advocacy Day members of the group have pledged to fast in order to support immigration reform; basing their work and message on that of influential civil rights leaders such as Cesar Chavez, Mahatma Gandhi and Martin Luther King …

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