Forum in the News
June 04, 2012 - peoplesworld
At present, there is no chance that any legislation benefiting undocumented immigrants and their families could pass at the federal level. The numbers are not there in the House, or to overcome a Senate filibuster.
June 01, 2012 - The Huffington Post - Blog
Right under the noses of pro-business Republicans and Democrats is an anti-business immigration system that impedes innovation and puts family farmers out of business.
May 31, 2012 - The Huffington Post
WASHINGTON -- Republican Rep. David Rivera (Fla.) introduced a bill on Wednesday that would help some undocumented young people stay in the U.S. legally, jumping into a ring dominated by Democrats for most of the year.
May 31, 2012 - Noticiero Univision
Analistas han comentado que Obama no ha realizado bien esta tarea durante su gobierno.
May 31, 2012 - NationalJournal.com
The minority is about to become the majority, and with this change come challenges and opportunities. If we invest in the integration of new Americans, the benefits far outweigh the costs.
May 30, 2012 - Noticiero Univision
La propuesta de ley es parecida al 'Dream Act' pero no cubre a todos los estudiantes que están en peligro de ser deportados.
May 22, 2012 - Investor's Business Daily
Immigration critics view Sen. Marco Rubio's proposal as little more than another amnesty plan. To forestall such opposition he's held off on formally introducing a bill, making it easier for Democrats to ignore him.
An Immigrant Blacklist? Alabama Legislature Amends H.B. 56, the Toughest State Immigration Enforcement Law
May 21, 2012 - ImmigrationProf Blog
Passed last year, the Beason-Hammon Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act, or H.B. 56, is the state of Alabama's effort to be even tougher on undocumented immigrants than Arizona’s controversial S.
May 17, 2012 - The Tennessean
After seven years of lawyers, paperwork and studying, Maria Evans watched minutes tick away before an interview at the Nashville Public Library, one that would make or break her attempt to become a naturalized U.S. citizen. It was the last step, the end of an immigration process so lengthy, confusing and expensive that it keeps many in the shadows of regular American life.
May 16, 2012 - The Huffington Post
Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio, 79, will vie for reelection in November. The five-term Phoenix-area sheriff appears to remain the frontrunner, unfazed by a sweeping federal lawsuit filed against his office last week.