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Why terminating DACA is short-sighted and will hurt the US economy

Siguiendo en español Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) is the program for immigrants who were brought to the US as minors, commonly referred to as DREAMers. DACA was created by executive order when Congress failed to vote on the DREAM Act, legislation that would have provided these same young people a path to lawful …

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Fighting Illegal Immigration: Why Building a Wall Along the US-Mexico Border Won't Matter

“Methods for crossing the US border are most often shaped by the very defenses erected to stop crossing in the first place.” ~ Kimball Taylor. This sums up the dilemma facing US Customs and Border Patrol’s (CBP) efforts to stop illegal immigration. For more than 20 years the US has enacted legislation allowing it to build …

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Beware the promises of Notarios! ¡Cuidado con las promesas de los Notarios!

Beware the promises of Notarios! President Obama’s immigration reforms will not help everyone. STOP because while there is a lot of excitement around this announcement, the truth is that not everyone will be eligible. Do not believe notarios and other unauthorized consultants who promise immediate action in order to steal your money. WAIT  until the details …

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Five Things You Should Know about 2014 Immigration Reform

2014 has been a rough year for immigrants who have waited for decades for some type of immigration reform. After the president announced his intention to act if Congress did not this summer, he pushed off announcing and implementing his plan until after the mid-term elections. Was this just more politics? After taking quite the …

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100 Days!

October 5, 2013, marked 100 days after the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) decided that Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was unconstitutional! This opened the door for American citizens to petition the U.S. government for immigration benefits for their foreign national, same-sex spouses and fiancés. In honor of this milestone, we …

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Will immigration reform give the American agricultural industry the help it needs?

The immigration reform bill currently being considered in the Senate, S. 744, could provide benefits to currently undocumented farm workers and the farmers who employ them. If passed as drafted, the bill will legalize the undocumented workers currently living in the U.S., reduce the backlog of immigrant workers trying to enter the country and revamp …

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