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EXECUTIVE REFORMS: Public Meetings with Benach Ragland

Over the next couple of weeks, Benach Ragland attorneys and staff will be traveling the greater DC area to offer FREE public meetings to discuss the Presidents Executive Reforms to Immigration.  264 more words

Obama Administration

He's Damaging The Presidency? Really?

Sometimes I wonder just how Speaker Boehner says these things with a straight face!

He warned the President! He warned him!

He warned the President that he was making it impossible for him to pass immigration legislation! 142 more words

Conservative Politics

What Does President Obama’s Immigration Reform Mean to YOU?

President Obama’s immigration reform has created more immigration options for millions of undocumented individuals in the U.S. while promising to keep Americans safer.

American Immigration

Simple Solution . . . Do Your Jobs!

Want to know how best to deal with Obama and his executive actions on immigration? I know this will come across as radical and unconventional, at least for this do nothing congress. 114 more words

Conservative Politics

EXECUTIVE REFORMS: Families of U.S. Armed Forces Members and Enlistees

The package of reforms introduced by the President includes new policies on the U.S. of parole-in-place or deferred action for the family members of those… 229 more words

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EXECUTIVE REFORMS: Expansion of I-601A Provisional Waiver Program

Another positive development included in the President’s administrative reforms to U.S. immigration laws is the proposed expansion of the provisional waiver program, which the President initiated in 2013.  295 more words

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Immigration Reform: Revenge or a Pay Raise?

President Obama’s executive order to legalize the status of millions of undocumented immigrants has provoked an explosive backlash from conservatives.  Many upper income liberals wrongly assume that this conservative rage is mostly racial hostility toward Hispanics.  612 more words

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