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Per the NY Times, “Obama Said to Plan Moves to Shield 5 Million Immigrants”

The attached article, published on November 13, 2014 in the New York Times, reveals President Obama’s likely plans for immigration reform via an executive order. We are hopeful that in addition to granting deferred action for the parents of U.S. citizen children, lawful permanent residents, and DACA recipients, the President goes a step further, and […]

Immigration Reform has Stalled…Now What?

With comprehensive immigration reform stalled in the House of Representatives, and President Obama inundated with complaints from the Latino activists, the President recently ordered his Department of Homeland Security Secretary, Jeh C. Johnson, to conduct an evaluation of all deportations of illegal immigrants.

When it is predictably confirmed by DHS Secretary Johnson that the […]

Is Deferred Action Possible if Immigration Reform Continues to Stall in House

This is a well written article that discusses President Obama’s options if immigration reform continues to stall in the House. Deferred Action for those immigrants who would benefit from the Senate’s Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill would certainly be better than the status quo.

http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/02/11/obama-could-legally-stop-immigrant-deportations.html

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