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As of November 2014, according to National Public Radio, President Obama plans to use executive action to reform immigration policies. This eliminates the need for Congress to pass immigration reform, although President ... More »

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Immigration laws need reforming in order to settle the legal status of approximately 11 million undocumented immigrants, to ensure national security by properly guarding the borders, and to ensure that legal immigration ... More »

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The Immigration Reform Bill concerns a broad overhaul of the U.S. immigration system. If passed, key changes effect border enforcement protocols, visa categorization for immigrants and other aspects of immigration proced... More »

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As of November 2015, some important immigration issues include earned citizenship, streamlining legal immigration, border security and enforcing laws concerning employers hiring illegal immigrants, as the White House exp... More »

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Immigration amnesty policies pardon illegal aliens for violating immigration laws, according to Legal Information Institute. Under these laws, the U.S. government officially excuses actions normally viewed as grounds for... More »

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Under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals immigration policy, certain individuals who immigrated to the United States as children are able to request deferred action on their immigration status for two years, expl... More »

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The 2015 Immigration Reform Bill is a misnomer for the executive action taken by President Barack Obama in an effort to salvage the failed attempts to pass meaningful immigration reforms. Going over the heads of Congress... More »

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