This week, hundreds of Asian American and Pacific Islanders across the country are participating in “Fast for Families” to illustrate the united support of AAPI communities for a humane and inclusive immigration process, and
December 3, 2013
November 25, 2013
I'm here to talk about immigration reform, but I'm also here in my capacity as Commander-in-Chief, and this weekend, together with our allies and our partners, the United States reached an agreement with Iran — (applause)
As the United States deports record numbers of immigrants , John Moore looks at a newly opened detention center.
An Immigrant's Dream, Detained – NYTimes.com
November 20, 2013
WASHINGTON — In September, Antinea Ascione was surprised to receive a letter telling her she had 60 days to leave the U.S. The 23-year-old grew up in Trinidad and Italy, and spent part of high school in the United States.
November 8, 2013
Is immigration reform just a dream?
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GV Face: Dreams of US Immigration Reform · Global Voices
Nine-year-old Jaime Gordillo Villa was born in the United States and is a good student who has gotten awards for both good grades and behavior. He wants to be a lawyer when he grows up to help immigrants and others who
November 1, 2013
Before practicing immigration law and becoming a key advocate for social justice and equality, Angelo was born in the Philippines and when he was six, he and his mother set out to find a better life in the United States.
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Once Undocumented, Now an Immigrant Advocate | ED.gov Blog
October 24, 2013
Washington (CNN) — It's time to fix the United States' “broken immigration system,” President Barack Obama said Thursday, citing bipartisan support to revamp immigration laws.
October 23, 2013
Rep. Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) is planning to release legislation next week that would provide legal status for six years to undocumented immigrants in the United States, he said in an interview Wednesday.
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Darrell Issa to introduce immigration bill – Seung Min Kim … – Politico
October 22, 2013
A 33-year-old Filipino woman who came to the United States as a child and was quickly granted full American citizenship is suing the US government after being detained in prison for almost seven months and threatened with