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Sunder and Clinton debate on immigration reform

Posted by on Feb 29, 2016 in Immigration | Comments Off on Sunder and Clinton debate on immigration reform

Sunder and Clinton debate on immigration reform

Seems that Latinos votes have become extremely important in this presidential campaign because Sunders and Clinton have been exchanging words about immigration reform that took place nine years ago. Former Secretary of State and New York senator thinks that this matter is not complicated. She and Barack Obama, who were both senators, then supported the bill, while Sanders did not. In 2007 final vote gave Senator Ted Kennedy and this bill allowed immigrants who didn’t have legal status to gain one – the temporary work program was created...

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Pope Francis reflects on human tragedy of immigration at U.S. – Mexican border

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Pope Francis reflects on human tragedy of immigration at U.S. – Mexican border

As the America heads in election chaos, immigration reform is going to be one of voting issues which will determine winners and losers. Pope Francis, while visiting the U.S., made a stop at US -Mexican border to emphasize the human tragedy immigrants face daily. The pope stated that the world cannot deny the crisis that has been occurring around the globe and immigrants who travel hundreds of thousands of miles to escape wars and poverty. This human tragedy has become a global phenomenon today. Authorities measure this crisis with numbers and...

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Names of immigration judges accused for misconduct might be revealed

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Names of immigration judges accused for misconduct might be revealed

Immigration judges who have been accused for misconduct, might find their names publicly released. A federal appeals court is still evaluating this question, whether the government should take participation and inform the public regarding the names of immigration judges who committed misconduct while being at work and off work. Three judges who are in a D.C. Circuit had on a Tuesday nearly an hour-long intensive dialog. They were stating arguments over Freedom Information Act and how they should proceed based on the request that American...

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