Etiqueta: OBAMA

White House Recognizes Welcoming Communities Are Stronger Communities

Earlier this week, the White House announced a historic step toward creating the nation’s first federal immigrant integration strategy—one that recognizes the importance of...

Administrative Relief: A Tale of Two Courts

Two rulings by Federal courts on challenges to President Barack Obama’s administrative relief program on immigration have made the news this week. The first...

Cities and Counties Ask Court to Let Administrative Relief Move Forward

Seventy cities and counties around the United States joined together to file an amicus brief in support of President Barack Obama’s administrative relief program...

Why You Should Attend Our Summit on Immigration

President Barack Obama’s administrative relief program will protect up to 5 million people from living in fear of deportation. This policy will play out...

Lesser Known Program Lets Some Central American Parents Bring Children to...

A week before President Barack Obama made his blockbuster November 20, 2014, announcement on administrative relief for immigration, the administration announced a program allowing...

New York Times Editorial Rips Congress for Immigration Failures

A New York Times editorial spoke to the sorry result of Congress’s inability to make any effort in the last year to reform immigration....

New York Times Editorial Rips Congress for Immigration Failures

A New York Times editorial spoke to the sorry result of Congress’s inability to make any effort in the last year to reform immigration....

Conference on Administrative Relief Examines How to Move Forward Despite Injunction

Catholic Charities, the Center for Migration Studies, and Catholic Migration Services held a large gathering of more than 350 non-profit immigrant service providers in...

DOJ Files Emergency Appeal to Move Forward with Administrative Relief

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has filed an emergency motion of stay pending appeal to the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals in response to...

Summit on Immigration: Long Islanders Can’t—and Won’t—Wait for Washington

Yesterday I was at the summit on immigration organized by Long Island Wins and Hofstra University’s Center for Civic Engagement. There was a lot...

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