What immigrants can be thankful for this Thanksgiving

It seems the news is all bad in terms of immigration – stories about closing our borders, or denying the admission of Syrian refugees, or talk of eliminating birthright citizenship.  With this kind of news, it seems that the situation is hopeless for immigrants. It does seam bleak.  Nevertheless, I decided to focus on the […]

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Where the 2016 Presidential candidates stand on Immigration?

With so much rhetoric and posturing going on, it is difficult to know where the presidential candidates stand on anything.  Fortunately,  National Public Radio has devised a chart which lists all of the Presidential candidates and where they stand on immigration issues.  It is nice to be able to look in one place and on […]

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If the Republicans win the election, will 428,000 DACA recipients lose the right to work?

It is happening more frequently now…a Republican candidate states that he is not going to renew DACA when it expires.  Yesterday, Marco Rubio announced that he will not extend DACA, even if there is no immigration reform provision in place.  DACA (Consideration of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) permits children under the age of 30 […]

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