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  • Removal Without Recourse: The Growth of Summary Deportations from the United States
    Removal Without Recourse: The Growth of Summary Deportations from the United States

    Washington D.C. - Today, the American Immigration Council releases Removal Without Recourse: The Growth of Summary Deportations from the United States. The deportation process has been transformed ...

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  • TIME: American Competitiveness Can't Wait for Immigration Reform
    TIME: American Competitiveness Can't Wait for Immigration Reform

    In a piece for TIME, Bill Richardson, former U.S. Energy Secretary, Governor of New Mexico, and UN Ambassador, and Rosario Martin, the 41st Treasurer of the U.S., use information from AILA to support ...

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  • CNN: Obama Says Midterm Elections Will Decide the Fate of Immigration Reform
    CNN: Obama Says Midterm Elections Will Decide the Fate of Immigration Reform

    As reported by CNN , President Obama told a Chicago crowd yesterday that it was up to Congress to move on immigration reform, but predicted that if Democrats do not win big in the midterm elections, ...

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  • Successful E-2 Extension of Status and Visa Renewal
    Successful E-2 Extension of Status and Visa Renewal

    David F. Vedder and Daniel C. Ross recently secured an extension of E-2 status and reissuance of an E-2 visa at Embassy Frankfurt on behalf of German client, Dieter Canje. Mr. Canje is the founder and ...

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  • AP: Obama Foresees A Three-Month Window to Pass Immigration in 2014
    AP: Obama Foresees A Three-Month Window to Pass Immigration in 2014

    The Associated Press reports that President Obama says there is a two to three month window for an immigration overhaul bill to pass Congress this year before midterm elections take over. Read more .

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  • Washington Post: DHS Secretary Says
    Washington Post: DHS Secretary Says "Fresh Start" Is Needed for Secure Communities

    The Washington Post reports that earlier this week, DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson told police chiefs at a White House meeting that the Obama administration is likely to overhaul Secure Communities, which ...

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