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More cities welcome undocumented immigrants

Conservative state lawmakers in Arizona that passed the controversial immigration law known as SB 1070 three years ago, back in 2010, found several other states attempting to emulate their methods to make them equally hostile to undocumented immigrants, but now Arizona city leaders are following a growing national trend to push back against the “papers, …

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Obama uses Indian-American’s case to highlight the need for reform

President Barack Obama has used the case of an Indian-American woman who became an entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, for whom it took an agonizing 12 years to be able to get a green card, to once more push for comprehensive immigration reform that will attract the world’s best talents. “We’re training our own competition, rather …

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Lawmakers pressed on citizenship issue by immigration advocates

The fate of immigration reform in the United States could be decided in the House of Representatives, which is controlled by the Republican Party, once Congress returns from a five-week break in September.  While Congress has been in its summer recess, immigration reform supporters have been trying to put pressure on lawmakers to favor a …

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Urgency of immigration reform conveyed by detention costs

Congress could save Americans up to $1.44 billion just by taking one simple step – by ensuring that immigration reform legislation incorporates more intelligent policies for the detention of undocumented immigrants.  Broad immigration could be very good for the bottom line of the United States for a variety of reasons. Immigrants are crucial to the …

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