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White House Will Seek Citizenship Path in One Fast Push

"President Obama plans to push Congress to move quickly in the coming months on an ambitious overhaul of the immigration system that would include a path to citizenship for most of the 11 million [unauthorized] immigrants in the country, senior administration officials and lawmakers said last week...

A Tech Industry View of the Newly Elected: 2013’s Most Relevant State & Federal Legislation

Free Webinar Jan. 31st : – Immigration reform is a top priority for the Obama administration, and the 113th Congress is made up of the largest class of Latino members ever. Will this be the year for CIR (Comprehensive Immigration Reform?) Mr. Kowalski, Editor of Bender's Immigration Bulletin...

If Congress Balks, White House Poised to Act on Immigration

Two stories on this topic from the Washington Post 4-10-14 and the Los Angeles Times 4-9-14 . Stay tuned!

Eight Things Obama Can Do on Immigration Without Congress: Peter Schey

"The following proposed administrative changes are within the power of the Administration to adopt, would result in cost-savings to DHS, and would legalize either temporarily or permanently several million immigrants, many of whom are already “in the system” with applications pending...

State Net Capitol Journal: Congress Fails Immigrants – And The States In Which They Live

By Lou Cannon | When a do-little Congress went home without addressing the crisis caused by the flight of thousands of unaccompanied children from Central America across U.S. borders, immense strains were placed on state-supervised programs that provide social services, job training and preventive...

Artesia: 'Far Worse' Than Imagined

"Based on hundreds of interviews with these detained families that our expert lawyers have conducted, AILA has concluded that Artesia is a due process failure and a humanitarian disaster that cannot be fixed and must be closed immediately. Attorneys with long histories of representing clients at...