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Month: May 2014

Republicans feel the heat from executive branch

The US government’s executive branch is standing firm when it comes to the issue of immigration reform, asking voters to contact their representatives about the issue of undocumented immigrants and demanding that lawmakers finalize their decision to give the immigration system in the United States a thorough overhaul. Although the clock is ticking for Congress, …

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Bishops demand that Congress enacts immigration reform

Five Catholic bishops yesterday took to Capitol Hill to again demand that Congress implements comprehensive immigration reform in the United States.  John Boehner, the Republican speaker of the House of Representatives, was the main target; Catholic Boehner has prevented the voting on the immigration reform bill passed by the Senate in 2013. The public message …

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American sports fans and Congress want immigration reform

The struggle to provide better opportunities for undocumented immigrants in the United States is continuing.  While a lot has been done to try to push Congress into finally acting on the issue of immigration reform, advocates are continuing to push forward. Legislators and even fans of American sports have been working to increase awareness and …

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Immigration apologizes and grants citizenship to army vet

Immigration authorities yesterday apologized for rejecting the naturalization request of a Cuban native after he recently discovered that he did not have citizenship in the United States, despite having served the country in Vietnam.  His Oath of Allegiance was quickly administered, finally making him a US citizen almost half a century after he came to …

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