The president is going to cover these points tonight in his speech regarding his executive order on immigration reform.
Many of the existing ICE memos on enforcement priorities and prosecutorial discretion will be replaced by a new memo with three priorities: (1) Suspected terrorists, convicted felons (including aggravated felonies), convicted gang members, and
The immigration plan that President Barack Obama is set to unveil on Thursday November 20th will not only help individuals who have no legal status, it could also impact and/or assist individuals who are currently green card holders (permanent legal residents). The main thing being discussed at the moment is a plan to unveil a
President Obama’s recent proclamation to expand immigration benefit to a potential 5 million undocumented individuals has been heavily criticized and has come under a microscope to review its legal standing. Under the Constitution the Executive branch is given broad discretionary power to enforce immigration priorities but at the same time does not give the President
Numerous reports have indicated that President Obama is posed to announce his intention to sign an executive order to expanded temporary protected status to millions of unlawful individuals in the United States.
2014 may turn out to be the one many immigrants have been anticipating for years. Several sources have stated that the President looks
House Republican leaders plan to outline broad immigration principles, including legalization for the 11 million immigrants living here illegally, to the GOP rank and file as they look to revive long-stalled efforts to overhaul the nation’s immigration system.
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