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April 2016 Archives

Why are U.S. veterans being deported?

Immigrants who are considered permanent U.S. residents are granted green cards which allow them to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. It's important to note that, while a green card holder enjoys many of the same rights and privileges as a U.S. citizen, he or she can be stripped of a green card for failing to fulfill certain responsibilities, like obeying the law and filing income taxes.

Roadblocks commonly encountered along road to U.S. immigration

The United States is a land of immigrants and refugees, the vast majority of whom came to this country to build a better life and/or to escape violence and persecution. While the U.S. is known worldwide as the land of opportunity and has a long history of welcoming individuals from all over the world, in recent decades, there’s been a drastic shift in ideology as immigration policy and laws become more exclusive and restrictive.

Supreme Court to begin hearings on DACA and DAPA

Members of the U.S. Supreme Court are scheduled to begin hearing a case on Monday, April 18 related to two of President Obama’s executive orders on immigration. At issue, is whether the members of the court will uphold the two programs known as the Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents and the Deferred Action of Childhood Arrivals. At stake, are the livelihoods and futures of not only millions of undocumented and illegal immigrants, but also their U.S-born children, many of whom along with their parents, live in the shadows.

Will the federal government continue to lock up immigrant women and children?

Fleeing violence in their Central American home countries, during 2013 and 2014, thousands of immigrants crossed illegally into the United States. While the U.S. has long struggled with how to address the many difficult issues related to illegal immigration, the large numbers of women and children crossing the U.S. and Mexican border caught the U.S. government off guard.

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