Immigration Newsletter

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Parole in Place: New York Legal Assistance Group

New York Legal Assistance Group

Click the link above to read more about the possibility of expanding the rarely used power to "parole in place" individuals without legal immigration status. Such an expansion could allow up to a million persons to gain legal status in the USA while maintaining the Executive Branch of the government's prerogative to exercise prosecutorial discretion. It would therefore -- not be an amnesty but would promote family unity in households where some members are citizens or lawful permanent residents and some have no lawful status.

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Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Obama: 2-3 months for immigration reform - Seung Min Kim -

Obama: 2-3 months for immigration reform - Seung Min Kim -

President Barack Obama laid down a deadline for immigration reform on Tuesday, saying House Republicans have two or three months to start acting on an overhaul before midterm election politics take over.
As he met with more than 40 law enforcement officials, Obama pressed the case that Congress has a “very narrow window” to complete immigration reform this year. He accused a “handful” of House GOP lawmakers of stalling reform but added that a number of Republicans are “realizing that blocking immigration reform is not a good idea.”

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