Tag Archives: immigration reforms

Here’s What Will Happen If DACA Ends

What would the end of DACA mean for the 704,000 Dreamers currently enrolled? DACA provides a two-year period of work authorization and protection from deportation. A prohibition on renewal applications would, therefore, mean that DACA recipients lose these protections on a rolling basis over the next two years.

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Immigration: Trump’s Actions Being Opposed by Investors

NY State and City Comptrollers Thomas P. DiNapoli and NYC Comptroller Scott M. Stringer join 41 American companies in charge against President Trump’s executive orders and proclamation.

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Trump’s State of the Union Address Quotes Explained

Three academics choose key quotes from President Trump's first State of the Union address and add the context missing from the president’s words.

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DACA Recipients’ Gains Continue to Grow

According to the largest study to-date, DACA recipients continue to play a critical role in the American economy, gaining higher wages, buying cars and houses, and starting businesses benefiting the entire nation.

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DAPA’s Economic Benefits and Electoral Implications

DAPA provides tremendous benefits to both American communities and the country as a whole through the substantial fiscal and economic contributions resulting from its implementation. Political opposition and support of DAPA is also important to large and growing demographics and key voters.

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How the Nov Immigration Directives Will Help Farmworkers

In order to adequately protect U.S. farmworkers, reforms must be made to grant immigrant workers the same rights as employees in most other sectors, to expand protections from abuse, and to ensure that those protections are enforced.

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Lawsuit’s Dismissal to Impact DHS Immigration Policies

The recent 5th Circuit Court decision in a case that challenged the 2012 Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program has important, positive implications for the government’s defense of the pending challenges to the Obama administration’s 2014 immigration policies.

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The High Costs of Delaying Executive Action on Immigration

Apart from the economic losses in the coming years if the immigration directives are not allowed to proceed, there are real human costs to maintaining the status quo. Both the economic and human costs have the same root cause: These immigrants have long been an integral part of U.S. communities.

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The Visa Curse

Thousands of legal U.S. immigrants are stuck choosing between living here with their spouses or staying behind and pursuing their careers.

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Immigration: 5 Facts About Legal Challenges to Executive Action

Recent lawsuits that challenge executive action on immigration are unlikely to proceed. They miss the legal rationale for the action and ignore the large economic benefits it could bring.

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