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Immigration

A growing number of bipartisan members of the House of Representatives are cosponsoring a comprehensive immigration reform bill, H.R. 15, based on a similar bill that passed the Senate last summer. Urge your Representatives to support this legislation and reform our broken immigration system. 

Immigration

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Immigration

Fresh Updates from RACBlog: Immigration

Making DREAMs a reality
Posted on Monday July 20, 2015

By Jenny Swift When I was a senior in high school, the question I was asked by family and friends more times than I would like was where I would be attending college next year. For students who are undocumented the question might be different: what will you be doing next year? It’s a small […]

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Security and “Welcoming the Stranger” Can Go Hand in Hand
Posted on Tuesday July 07, 2015

The immigration debate has been less of a hot-button issue on Capitol Hill than it was last year or the year before. However, the Department of Homeland Security and many of the courts are poised to make significant changes for how undocumented immigrants and immigrant communities are treated in the United States. The part of […]

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Politics Aside: Most Americans Support a Pathway to Citizenship
Posted on Tuesday June 16, 2015

Immigration reform might be one of the most divisive political issues of our time, but one of the main tenets behind it—that undocumented immigrants who are already living here should be allowed to stay in the United States—has widespread support. According to a new poll from the Pew Research Center, 72% of all Americans believe […]

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Numbers of Unaccompanied Children Are Lower this Summer, but Problems Remain
Posted on Friday June 05, 2015

According to a recent report by the Migration Policy Institute, the number of unaccompanied children is supposed to drop from its recent spike in 2013 and 2014, from 68,000 last year to a projected 39,000 this year. Though the United States’ resources might not be as stretched in dealing with new entrants this year, many […]

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