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President Obama Signs Deferred Action into Law

Posted on 05/23/13

Obama’s New Deferred Action Law Gives New Hope to Children of Illegal Immigrants On Friday, June 15, 2012, the Obama administration announced an Executive Order granting, what is called Deferred Action, to young immigrant students. Essentially, it provides immediate relief to eligible young immigrants, often identified as “DREAMers”, who were brought into the United States

Senate Immigration Bill Faces Opposition

Posted on 05/21/13

The Comprehensive Immigration Reform is finally addressing many issues in immigration law that need to change. As with all reforms, however, it has challengers who oppose the changes. Today, Monday, May 20, a labor union representing 12,000 immigration officers is planning to publically oppose the immigration plan, claiming that the bill fails to take into

Some in Connecticut Question DREAM Act’s Legality

Posted on 04/16/13

In Advance of the DREAM Act, Some Connecticut Authorities State their Qualms In May 2011, Connecticut passed the DREAM ACT, a piece of legislation that allows undocumented students who graduated from a Connecticut High School to attend a State university and pay the in-state rate. Supporters of the bill called it “common sense” (Governor Daniel