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May 14, 2013 Gov. Jerry Brown called Monday for a "smooth and rapid" path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants, telling U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein in a letter that he is working to find state money that may be used to implement potential
A professional US body of engineers has asked the Senators to reject any move to increase the number of H-1B visas, popular among Indian professionals, arguing that it has a damaging effect on American economy...USA president Marc Apter said. "We
Holding a sign that read "Stop Breaking Families," 8-year-old Alexis Rivas marched through the noon heat in front of an immigration detention center Monday to protest the scheduled deportation of his father for the fifth time. "I want to see my dad,"
Tuesday 14 May 2013 Last Update 14 May 2013 1:51 am The Philippine Embassy yesterday urged Filipinos in the Kingdom to correct their status in keeping with the grace period announced by the Ministry of Interior and Ministry of Labor. This means that
High-tech companies looking to bring more highly skilled workers to the U.S. are pushing for more concessions in an immigration bill pending in the Senate. But labor unions say the Silicon Valley has already gotten enough in the bill and any further
Sen. Richard Blumenthal has proposed 18 amendments to the Senate's immigration bill, including one that would make it easier for children to obtain citizenship. The Connecticut Democrat introduced the amendments Thursday during the Senate Judiciary
An estimate by the Heritage Foundation says the Senate immigration reform bill would cost taxpayers $6.3 trillion over 50 years...YES and NO: Heritage correctly highlights unlawful immigrants tend to have relatively low education and work in
Rep. Darrell Issa , R-Calif., has been given the job of drafting a House bill to deal with visas for highly skilled foreign workers, The Hill reports. Issa, the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, represents a San Diego-area district heavy in
Heritage spent months preparing for its rollout of the report, which it hoped would reset the immigration debate in Washington and provide a splashy introduction for its new president, Jim DeMint, a former Republican senator from South Carolina.
As the immigration bill makes its way through the Senate, some proposed amendments are setting off heated scrimmages between civil liberties advocates and conservatives. One such proposal calls for the nationwide expansion of an electronic employment