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Comprehensive Immigration Reform

They separating families, they don’t feel the gravity
Of the situation that they making by taking us casually
We rallying, so hear our voice, we’re telling you to change… 257 more words


US Employers Apply for Visas for Foreign Nationals in Specialty Applications : H-1B Cap Reached in 7 Days

On April 7, 2014, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) made the following announcement:

“U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced today that it has received a sufficient number of H-1B petitions to reach the statutory cap for fiscal year (FY) 2015. 919 more words

Comprehensive Immigration Reform

America's H1-B Famine

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services recently announced that the allotment of H-1B visas for 2015 has been filled.  The H-1B visa cap maxed out only a week after filing began.  305 more words

Defeat of Comprehensive Immigration Reform Was a Hollow Victory


By Michael Cutler/retired INS Senior Special Agent.


The Senate bill (S. 744) that would have created Comprehensive Immigration Reform was defeated in the last session of Congress.  941 more words


Advocates Continue to Light the Fire on Immigration Reform

By Aaron J. Montes

Three hundred immigration reform activists gathered March, 9 in the nation’s capital to continue to advocate for a House vote on the measure, saying the community has been waiting far too long. 644 more words

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Food and Thought at the Student Center

I spent the afternoon asking people in Hofstra’s Student Center about their thoughts on immigration. Only one thing’s for sure: when it comes to opinions some things are hard to swallow, but it’s a lot easier when you can chew it over with a sandwich.


President Obama's Immigration Record Nothing To Be Proud Of

That whole “I’m not the Deporter In Chief” defense from Barack Obama took a hit on Monday with the appearance of a front page New York Times story that says two thirds of the deportation cases handled by the Obama Administration involved people who committed minor infractions, or people who had no criminal records at all. 650 more words