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Pastor asks Bush to back immigration reform bill (Tucson Citizen)

PHOENIX – President Bush has the opportunity to define his presidency by supporting a bipartisan immigration reform bill, Arizona congressman Ed Pastor said Thursday. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – Immigration law

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Trump Administration Reducing Legal Immigration

As the national debate about illegal immigration continues to increase, the Trump administration also is making inroads on its goal to reduce legal immigration in the U.S. The number of individuals receiving visas to enter and permanently live in the … Continue reading

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Will Drug Charges Endanger My Immigration Status?

The circumstances and nature of drug charges determines whether there is an impact on immigration status. First, it is important to note that you don’t have to be convicted of a drug crime in order to put your immigration status … Continue reading

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Immigration groups ponder next move (AP via Yahoo! News)

Immigration advocates are struggling to frame images of this weeks clash between police and protesters in a way that promotes their cause, with some activists considering using the event to attract supporters. Read more detail on Legal News Directory – … Continue reading

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What Are the Different Types of Immigration Petitions?

There are a wide variety of immigration petitions available to eligible individuals to come to the United States. These petitions generally fall into three different programs: family-based, employment-based, and humanitarian. A limited number of immigrants also may obtain visas through … Continue reading

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