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Month: November 2014

Activists warn over immigration scams

President Obama had barely completed his speech about his intention to enact immigration reform through the use of his executive authority before immigration activists were warning immigrants about the possibility of falling victim to scam artists taking advantage of the confusion over the upcoming changes to the nation’s immigration system. Attorney Ginger Jacobs says that …

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Businesses get financial incentive to hire undocumented immigrants

Businesses will receive an incentive of around $3,000 per employee if they hire undocumented immigrants over American citizens under President Obama’s plans for immigration reform, it has been revealed. A loophole in Obamacare means that businesses will not be penalized for not giving healthcare to undocumented immigrants, thus making such immigrants cheaper to hire. The …

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Thousands of Irish immigrants could benefit from immigration reform

Charlie Flanagan, the minister for foreign affairs in Ireland, has gone on record as saying that undocumented Irish immigrants could benefit in their tens of thousands from the decision by US president Barack Obama to use his executive authority to enact immigration reform. Flanagan says that the move represents an important step towards full immigration …

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Americans split over immigration reform action

Americans are divided over the decision by President Obama to enact immigration reform through executive action and a new nationwide poll has found that they have started to grow less sympathetic toward undocumented immigrants over the course of the last 12 months. Quinnipiac University conducted the new poll, the results of which were released yesterday, …

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Immigration reform will cause violence, Republican senator warns

66-year-old conservative Republican senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma says that a political firestorm may not be the only consequence of President Obama taking executive action to enact US immigration reform, as civil disobedience and even acts of violence could follow. “The country’s going to go nuts, because they’re going to see it as a move …

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