Category Archives for Immigration Reform
Immigration Reform related articles.
There has been a lot of political posturing in Washington, D.C., but lawmakers appear to be moving steadily towards passing Immigration Reform. In the Senate, there appeared to be a problem with many Republicans who thought that the border security … Continue reading
Things are starting to pick up on Immigration Reform from both houses of Congress. First of all, the Senate Judiciary Committee has passed the Gang of Eight plan with just a few changes. The vote was 13 to 5, with … Continue reading
Over the past week, the Senate Judiciary Committee has been working on Comprehensive Immigration Reform, marking up and amending the Gang of Eight’s original plan. As I mentioned in a previous post, in this process Senators have the ability to … Continue reading
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
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