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Congress looks to increase number of skilled immigrants

September 20, 2012 - HeraldNet.com

WASHINGTON -- The United States can no longer afford to train foreign scientists and engineers and then send them back home to work for the nation's competitors, say lawmakers who are expected to vote Thursday on whether to grant thousands of visas to highly skilled foreign-born graduates.

Young deportees get OK to stay from Obama order

September 12, 2012 - The Town Talk (AP)

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration began notifying some young illegal immigrants this week that they can stay in the country without fear of deportation for up to two years.

Hispanic Leaders Believe Immigration Reform Will Occur in Next Presidential Term

September 12, 2012 - Hispanically Speaking News

Click Here to Enlarge Photo Civil and political leaders from the Latino community meeting Tuesday for the annual conference of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute are confident that the presidential term that begins in 2013 will see the approval of immigration reform.

Hispanic leaders confident next term will see immigration reform

September 11, 2012 - Fox News Latino

Civil and political leaders from the Latino community meeting Tuesday for the annual conference of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute are confident that the presidential term that begins in 2013 will see the approval of immigration reform.

Arizona Police Can Now Ask, ‘Papers Please’

September 07, 2012 - TIME.com

Immigration rights advocates were delivered a setback after a federal judge ruled on Wednesday that Arizona can start enforcing the controversial “papers please” provision of its immigration law, which had been upheld by a high profile U.S. Supreme Court decision in June but subsequently blocked by a preliminary injunction filed in district court.

Road Clears for Heart of Arizona’s Immigration Law — for Now

September 07, 2012 - Metrolatino USA

Washington, D.C. — On Wednesday, district court Judge Susan R. Bolton paved the way for section 2(B) of Arizona’s immigration law to take effect. Section 2(B) will require law enforcement officers to determine the immigration status of those they “reasonably suspect” are not legally in the country.

Report: Cut detention costs by 82 percent with alternatives for non-violent immigrants

September 05, 2012 - Fierce Homeland Security

If immigration detention were limited to violent criminals, the cost of detention would decrease by 82 percent, a National Immigration Forum report says.

Jeb Bush says illegal immigration is “net zero”

September 01, 2012 - MiamiHerald.com

PolitiFact checked out Jeb Bush’s claim about the net number of undocumented immigrants in the United States. He’s right that it’s zero.

California’s TRUST Act Helps Local Law Enforcement Prioritize

August 25, 2012 - Fox News Latino

The TRUST Act would help keep Secure Communities within its bounds — and set an example for the rest of the country.

Driver’s license rules fuel new immigration debate

August 21, 2012 - CNN.com

August 22, 2012 -- Updated 0305 GMT (1105 HKT) (CNN) -- Driver's licenses and other state benefits are at the heart of a new battle in the national immigration debate.


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