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As the Senate Judiciary Committee continues to hammer out a comprehensive immigration reform bill, some raise concern over the LGBT amendments that would positively impact thousands of same-sex couples, but could also simultaneously jeopardize the measure. 5 comments
The Senate's immigration bill will raise national security risks and the Obama administration will do little more than "rubber-stamp" illegal immigrants into the program, endangering Americans, says the labor union representing the 12,000 employees who will have to approve the applications. Comment?
There will be an event on Capitol Hill this week that will tell us a lot about the future of comprehensive immigration reform. Comment?
Every immigrant leaving the United States through one of the 30 biggest airports would have to be fingerprinted by federal authorities under an immigration measure that won committee approval in the Senate on Monday. Comment?
The Senate Judiciary Committee voted Monday to allow illegal immigrants who get legal status to begin collecting tax-welfare payments, as the panel spent a fourth day working through amendments to the massive immigration bill and party-line splits began to emerge. Comment?
... but only to host jointly with Tijuana. For years, this coastal city was widely viewed as a hotbed of illegal immigration. Neighbors traded stories of migrants hiding in their garages and scurrying through their backyards. But now the region is ... Comment?
Hundreds of thousands of people cross into the U.S. illegally every year. Thursday, KGUN9 News caught one man's successful attempt on camera from the beginning to the end. Comment?
1. SENATOR FLAKE RALLY Veterans are holding a rally the capitol today to protest Arizona Senator Jeff Flake. Comment?
... law are calling on lawmakers to repeal it three years after it was signed into law. The tough anti-illegal immigration measure was signed into law on April 23, 2010 after years of complaints that the federal government hadn't done enough to address ... Comment?
Yesterday, the federal government fired its starter's pistol and began the race for the coveted and relatively rare H-1B visa . Comment?
Those who are in the country illegally and would benefit from immigration reform are trying to shape the process by holding marches, sit-ins, lobbying state and national lawmakers and now, by doing good deeds. Comment?
On the night that a new Republican organization celebrated election victories of three Latinos for local offices, Tim Donnelly, the assemblyman who hopes to import Arizona's anti-immigration law to California, held a fundraiser for his "campaign" for governor. Comment?
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement audited employer I-9 forms and found an increase from 250 in FY 2007 to more than 3,000 in 2012. Comment?
Last week's death of Border Patrol agent Nicholas Ivie was not a result of a Mexican drug lord ambush or attack, as it had been said first, but instead, a terrible mistake committed by fellow B.P. officers whom returned fire with fire shots, in an area of heavy brush during the dark early hours of last Tuesday. Comment?
Nevada's state Senate on Monday, May 20, approved creating special identification cards that will serve as de factor driver's licenses for people living in the state illegally, The Associated Press reported. Comment?
If current legislation that creates a path to legalization for 11 million undocumented immigrants is passed, the nation's Hispanic real estate leaders estimate that it would create a new pool of 3 million homeowners and pump more than $500 billion* in sales, income and spending into the U.S. housing economy. Comment?
... R-Bainbridge Township, who is sponsoring the bill, described the policy as an "absurdity" that invites illegal immigration, and as an attempt by federal officials to bully Ohio lawmakers. DACA, which was enacted last year through an executive order ... Comment?
The Democrat-led group in the Senate now pushing the draft immigration bill defeated numerous GOP amendments on May 20 that would have improved current enforcement measures, curbed financial aid to illegal immigrants and excluded many criminals from the proposed amnesty. Comment?
The Senate Judiciary Committee today rejected an amendment to the Gang of Eight immigration bill that would have prevented illegal immigrants who acheive provisional status under the plan from receiving earned-income tax credits, a major source of federal assistance. Comment?
The president of the National Citizenship and Immigration Services Council announced his opposition to the Gang of Eight immigration bill on Monday, joining dozens of law-enforcement officers from around the country. 3 comments