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GOP’s Hispanic Outreach Stalls

Jordan Fabian, ABC News “It’s been almost a year since Mitt Romney lost seven in ten Hispanic voters to President Obama, sparking Republicans to try and improve the party’s poor reputation with Hispanics. Yet, the GOP has little to show that its “re-brand” is working.” Ful
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Senate Rejects STEM Bill

The failure of the House of Representatives bill that purported to help graduates of US universities in STEM disciplines (science, technology, engineering, and math) demonstrates yet again that immigration posturing — not immigration solutions — continues to dominate Congress. The bil
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A Focus on Young Immigrants

Yesterday’s Washington Post featured two interesting articles about young immigrants. The first explores the unexpected decrease in the number of DACA applications, a number that was originally expected to increase with President Obama’s victory.  The second article discus
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Immigration and the Election

Immigration reform is one of the hot topics surrounding the upcoming election. So exactly where do Romney and Obama stand on immigration, and what do they each plan to do to fix our broken system? Check out the following articles for information on their respective plans. Romney: http
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STEM Visas

The end of the Congressional session saw a flurry of activity surrounding the current backlog of long-delayed Green Cards for Indian and Chinese nationals who have been working in the US for years, primarily in the IT industry. Neither the Democrats’ nor the Republicans’ competing bil
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Many Hesitant to Apply for Deferred Action

The Department of Homeland Security announced last week that a small group of Deferred Action applications has been approved. Since the application process became available on August 15, approximately 72,000 applications have been submitted, a much smaller number than anticipated. Wit
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Our Broken Immigration System

The election has been over for a week, and the last contests have finally been decided. What the election holds for immigration law and policy is anyone’s guess at this point. On this Veteran’s Day 2010, we give thanks to those who have served around the world to make our country and
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Lame Duck Session: Fight for Immigration Reform

MI Blog 1 November 2010 With one day to go before the 2010 mid-term elections, the immigration debate continues to take a back seat to the issues of jobs and the economy. What was thought to be a major thorn for immigration reform supporters and an opportunity for immigration repressi
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