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Month: March 2014

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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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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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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