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President Obama’s State of the Union Address

Because so many of you have asked, here is what President Obama said about immigration in his January 24, 2012 State of the Union address: Let’s also remember that hundreds of thousands of talented, hardworking students in this country face another challenge: The fact that they
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Obama’s Plan to Encourage Tourism

Since 9/11, we have tightened our borders and amended our immigration laws in an effort to exclude potentially dangerous individuals from infiltrating our country. While we may now be safer than we were 10 years ago, this increased security has come at a cost. The number of internatio
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Immigrant Entrepreneurs and the American Workforce

Unemployment and immigration are at the forefront of this year’s election discussions. While immigrants are often accused of taking jobs from US workers, a recent study by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research and the Partnership for a New American Economy sugge
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The Immigration Fairness Bill

On January 11,2012, the Washington Post featured a story on how complicated even the simplest – at least at first blush – immigration fixes can be. The article examines the real life repercussions of HR 3012, The Fairness for High-Skilled Immigrants Act. I commend the story to your re
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Obama Administration Showing Humanitarian Side

In recent weeks, the Obama Administration has announced two major initiatives designed to assist individuals and families while at the same time stopping short of an immigrant amnesty. The first, prosecutorial discretion, reflects a common-sense decision to target US Government resour
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