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FileRight.com Helping Immigrants File Paperwork Before Government Fees Increase

FileRight.com Helping Immigrants File Paperwork Before Government Fees Increase

HENDERSON, NEVADA (Dec. 12, 2016) – FileRight.com, an online software company that has made the confusing immigration application process simple and worry-free with step-by-step instructions and access to immigration lawyers, urges those who need to file immigration applications/petitions to finalize

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Study: Influx of Immigrants is Overall Boost to U.S. Workers, Economy

Study: Influx of Immigrants is Overall Boost to U.S. Workers, Economy

Immigrants’ share of the U.S. workforce has grown over the past 20 years, but a new report says those workers have generally benefited native-born workers with higher wages and more opportunities in the long run. (Photo by Jeffrey Beall/Creative Commons) By Jessica

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Supreme Court to Decide on Obama Immigration Plan

Supreme Court to Decide on Obama Immigration Plan

By Lorin McLain Immigration activists are optimistic the U.S. Supreme Court will allow President Obama to push through his plan to protect millions of immigrants from deportation. Federal attorneys appeared before the chief justices this week arguing the president has

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Border Crisis Shakes Up Midterm Races, Immigration is Now A Top Concern For Voters

With November elections approaching, a new poll shows that the crisis of unaccompanied children at the border has made immigration a pivotal issue for voters. According to Fox Latino News, Republican Senate candidates have focused ads on the issue, and

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A Look at the Migrant Crisis: Thousands of Kids Held in Concrete Cells

PHOENIX — The media has gotten a first hand look at the migrant crisis.  Border Patrol stations like the ones in Brownsville and Nogales, both in Arizona, were not meant for long-term custody. Immigrants are supposed to wait there until

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In Nation's Capital, a Delicate Dance Between Free Speech and Security

By COLTON GAVIN Cronkite News Service WASHINGTON – Gerardo Torres had every intention of getting arrested at the White House, but he was still a little nervous – the immigration activist said previous arrests at protests in other cities had

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Supreme Court Rejects State's Appeal of Law on Harboring Immigrants

By MAURO WHITEMAN Cronkite News Service WASHINGTON – The U.S. Supreme Court let stand a lower court ruling Monday that blocked an Arizona law that would make it a crime to harbor, transport or conceal an illegal immigrant. The high

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DREAMers' Fight for Equal Education Benefits

By: Genesis Monserrate The fight towards achieving education equality in the States still continues. Despite 17 states approving undocumented students for in-state tuition, DREAMers have fewer, limited options available to pay for college. Only four states: California, New Mexico, Texas

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Undocumented Lawyer Sergio Garcia Says He Would Consider Running For Governor Of California

Undocumented Lawyer Sergio Garcia Says He Would Consider Running For Governor Of California

Sergio Garcia, the undocumented attorney who was approved by the California Supreme Court to obtain his professional license, said that his aspirations include becoming governor of the Golden State. “So far as it’s legally possible for me, I’m thinking of

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Little-known visa intended for trafficking victims is chronically underused

Little-known visa intended for trafficking victims is chronically underused

By PEI LI Cronkite News WASHINGTON – Visas to enter the U.S. are typically a hot commodity: The government stopped taking applications for its 2014 allotment of 65,000 H-1B work visas after just four days, for example. But not the T-visa. Of

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