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Congressional Hearing: Immigration Reforms Needed to Protect Skilled American Workers

On Tuesday, March 17, 2015, the Senate Judiciary Committee is slated to hear “Immigration Reforms Needed to Protect Skilled American Workers.” One potential bills that could be discussed during the committee hearing is the… 129 more words

Business Immigration

The Struggle for More Workers.

The world’s population currently is about 7.2 billion people. For many years apocalyptic visions inspired by Thomas Malthus haunted the sleep of demographers. Then, fertility rates in many high birth-rate countries began to decline. 559 more words

The Economy

Immigration Reform by Executive Action - Were the President’s Actions Lawful?

Some time has now passed since President Obama announced on November 20, 2014 his intention to go it alone to “fix” of our “broken immigration system.”  Since that announcement, lawyers such as myself were hopeful that we could start working with clients on their applications for expanded relief under Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”), and later this Spring under the President’s new “deferred action” program for the parents of U.S. 976 more words

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Immigration; NOT about Politics... but People.

Five million hard working Americans, and the 20 million estimated more that depend on them, had just begun to think that they could begin to live life without fear. 1,074 more words

Justice

Jeb Bush Ends Presidential Bid for 2016 by picking his brother's Least Popular Policy (for the GOP)

“We have a history of allowing people to come in legally to embrace our values and pursue their dreams in a way that creates prosperity for all of us,” Bush said.

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Sleeper Cells: The Immigration Component of the Threat

Frontpage, by Michael Cutler, Jan. 23, 2015:

In the wake of the terror attacks in Paris, France terror raids were carried out in Belgium and Greece to identify, locate and hunt down so-called “sleepers cells.” Journalists and politicians have finally raised the issue of the threats potentially posed by sleeper agents in the United States, going back to the future — the same concerns about sleeper cells in the United States were voiced in the wake of the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 including by the then-director of the FBI, Robert Mueller. 635 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Immigration Reform by Executive Action - What Else Did the President Do?

OK, to close the proverbial loop on President Obama’s administrative “fix” of our “broken immigration system”, here’s a few other things that the President announced on November 20, 2014.  400 more words

Comprehensive Immigration Reform