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Just one immigration form online after ten years of digitizing

Over $1 billion has been spent by the US Government in an attempt to replace its outdated, paperwork-intensive method of immigration management with digitization, in order to allow for applications to be made online via a full repertoire of almost 100 electronic forms; however, after ten years of effort, only one form is currently available, …

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US safer due to executive action on immigration, Johnson claims

Jeh Johnson, the secretary of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), claims that the executive actions on immigration taken 12 months ago by President Obama were needed and have made the United States safer by keeping dangerous criminal immigrants out. On Thursday Johnson said that Homeland Security changed the way in which it asks municipalities …

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Boehner’s resignation and immigration reform

Kevin McCarthy, the majority leader in the House of Representatives, is the front-runner to succeed current speaker John Boehner, who surprised everyone by announcing his resignation last week. McCarthy’s appointment could have major implications with regard to immigration reform, given that he represents a district with a very large Latino population.Despite this, McCarthy has so …

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Millions of immigrants to receive naturalization assistance

An immigrant rights organization is set to assist millions of permanent residents who are eligible for naturalization to become citizens throughout this month. September is Citizenship Month, with Citizenship Day falling on the 17th. In honor of the occasion an announcement was made by the Educational Fund of the National Association of Latino Elected and …

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Bush accuses Asians of abusing birthright citizenship

On Monday Jeb Bush, the former Governor of Florida and current Republican presidential nomination hopeful, accused Asians of abusing the rules enabling infants who are born in the United States to instantly gain citizenship, regardless of the legal status of their parents. Bush has been involved in a heated debate with fellow Republican candidate Donald …

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