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Americans react to Obama's immigration decision

Jun 21, 2012
Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and President Obama will both be speaking to Hispanic leaders at a gathering in Orlando this week. The speeches come just days after the Obama Administration announced it will ease immigration laws.
Posted In: Immigration, Gallup, Hispanics

Americans' attitudes on immigration are shifting

Jun 21, 2012
Gallup's Frank Newport has the data pertaining to the Obama administration's announcement last week on immigration policy.
Posted In: Immigration, illegal immigration

How the immigration change impacts jobs

Jun 18, 2012
Obama's decision to ease restrictions on some undocumented immigrants won’t add pressure for jobs seekers in the short-term.
Posted In: Jobs, undocumented, Immigration

A young, undocumented immigrant on the deportation shift

Jun 15, 2012
Twenty-one-year-old Reyna Wences on why she doesn't think the Obama administration's immigration announcement today goes far enough.
Posted In: illegal immigration, Immigration, DREAM Act, undocumented

Obama eases restrictions on illegal immigrants

Jun 15, 2012
Under a new policy, many illegal immigrants who came to the U.S. as children will be able stay in the country and work.
Posted In: illegal immigration, Immigration, DREAM Act, undocumented

Australia looks to import millionaire investors

May 29, 2012
Starting July 1, Australia will offer permanent residency to anyone willing to invest $5 million in an Australian company, venture capital fund, or government bonds.
Posted In: Australia, Immigration, China

As London readies for Olympics, some fear chaos

May 8, 2012
British authorities are checking their level of preparedness for the Summer Olympics in London in July. Some Brits say they aren’t ready.
Posted In: London, Olympics 2012, security, terrorism, Immigration, Heathrow, airport

Study says Napa Valley immigrants pay their way

May 7, 2012
A new study reveals that immigrants in Napa Valley, Calif., get out of the system about as much as they pay into it, despite rumors to the contrary.
Posted In: napa valley, Immigration

Mexican immigration to the U.S. slows

Apr 24, 2012
The flow of people moving between Mexico and the U.S. is now close to zero right now. That surprising new data today comes from the non-partisan Pew Hispanic Center. By comparison, over the last four decades, an estimated 12 million Mexicans came to the United States.
Posted In: Immigration, Mexico

States mull economic effects of immigration laws

Apr 24, 2012
U.S. Supreme Court to consider whether states like Arizona may implement their own tough immigration laws, as some debate the laws' economic impact.
Posted In: Immigration, Immigration law, arizona

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