Monthly Archives for April 2013

House of Representatives Considers Their Own Immigration Reform Plan

When the Senate’s “Gang of Eight” revealed their Immigration Reform bill, it was not clear how the House of Representatives might react. Historically, the two houses of Congress create their own versions of laws, and then meet together in a … Continue reading

30. April 2013 by admin
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Senate “Gang of Eight” Proposal: New Green Card Categories and H-1Bs

As mentioned in the last post, the Gang of Eight has proposed a lot of changes to the current immigration system – and that means that a lot of people looking for work permits and Green Cards will have new … Continue reading

26. April 2013 by admin
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Senate “Gang of Eight” Proposal: Legalization Program

The most politically controversial part of the Gang of Eight’s immigration reform proposal is their proposal to allow people who are in the country illegally to gain legal status and, eventually, citizenship.  Supporters of such a program believe it is … Continue reading

24. April 2013 by admin
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Key Senate Group Unveils Immigration Reform Plan

Everyone in Washington has been waiting for a key, bipartisan group of Senators to release a plan that will hopefully become the basis for Comprehensive Immigration Reform. Of course they conducted their negotiations in secret so that I couldn’t report … Continue reading

22. April 2013 by admin
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