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6 Maneras para prepararse para la Acción Ejecutivo de Inmigración del Presidente Obama

6 Maneras para prepararse para la Acción Ejecutiva de Inmigración del Presidente Obama Powers Law Group, P.C. 3 Junio 2016 El 18 de abril, la Corte Suprema escuchó los argumentos sobre el programa de Acción Diferida para Padres de Ciudadanos Estadounidenses y de Residentes Permanentes Legales (DAPA, por su acrónimo en inglés) y amplia el …

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Immigration Advocates vow big Washington rallies to press reform

Originally Published, The Hill, September 2, 2013 The shift in tactics comes as some leaders in the movement are voicing frustration that the more narrowly tailored activities used during the August recess have failed to maximize pressure on House Republican leaders to take up immigration legislation. “I say that one of the problems we have …

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Labor Day Celebrations Should Also Pay Tribute to Immigrant Workers

Originally Published: Immigration Impact, August 30, 2013 Americans are observing Labor Day, which pays tribute to the many contributions and achievements of American workers. As celebrations are underway, the holiday offers an opportune moment to reflect on the very concept of American workers. In other words, who is an American worker? Where do immigrants—who contribute …

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Speaking Up for the Voiceless Among Us – Texas Civil Rights Project

Originally Published by James C Harrington, TCRP Director For Americans, Labor Day is that end-of-summer holiday which wraps up vacation time and ushers in the school year. We don’t remind ourselves that unions originated Labor Day in 1882 to pay tribute to workers, mostly immigrants, who were in the throes of organizing against an economic …

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9 Questions About Syria You Were Too Embarrassed to Ask

Originally Published: Washington Post, August 29, 2013. The United States and allies are preparing for a possibly imminent series of limited military strikes against Syria, the first direct U.S. intervention in the two-year civil war, in retaliation for President Bashar al-Assad’s suspected use of chemical weapons against civilians. If you found the above sentence kind …

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Visa Bulletin Released: F2A Visa Category is Now Current

The Department of State has released the September 2013 Visa Bulletin. According to it, the F2A category(spouses and unmarried children under the age of 21 of lawful permanent residents) remains current for all countries. Generally, individuals who are petitioned for by a lawful permanent resident, rather than a United States citizen, must wait until a given date …

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United States Government Recognizes Same-Sex Couples for Immigration

On June 26, 2013, the US Supreme Court ruled that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act, stating that federal benefits tied to marriage could only be considered for heterosexual couples, was unconstitutional, opening the doors for thousands of individuals to apply for things like social security, joint filing of taxes, the passage of …

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Temporary Protected Status Extended for Syrians in the United States

  Recently, the White House Administration confirmed that the Syrian government did indeed use chemical weapon attacks on civilians. According to the administration it is unlikely that the opposition group ( mainly the FSA) had the means of carrying out the attack. The international community is now debating whether to launch military strikes against Syria …

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Fixing America’s broken immigration system would be good for the country–and for the Republican Party

Immigration Of fences and good sense Fixing America’s broken immigration system would be good for the country—and for the Republican Party Jul 6th 2013 |From the print edition SOME of the first English words that Mario Rubio learned were “I am looking for work.” A penniless Cuban immigrant, he asked a friend to write them out …

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