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  • In Review: Immigration in 2016
    In Review: Immigration in 2016

    2017 is fast approaching, and as a new year begins, it is good to reflect. Back in January, we looked at the potential immigration reforms that the year could bring. We knew the election cycle would ...

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  • What Are Sanctuary Cities?
    What Are Sanctuary Cities?

    If you've been watching the news lately and following the many uncertainties facing America's immigration policies, you've probably heard the term "sanctuary city." Below, we take a closer look at ...

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  • Louisiana Law Makes It Harder for Immigrants to Marry
    Louisiana Law Makes It Harder for Immigrants to Marry

    Louisiana immigration law was featured recently in The New York Times , and the headline seems to say it all: Louisiana’s Heartless Marriage Law . The article focuses on the ramifications of Act 436, ...

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  • Immigration & The Final Presidential Debate
    Immigration & The Final Presidential Debate

    This week marked the third and final presidential debate of 2016 and candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump were finally given the opportunity to speak about immigration—a significant topic that ...

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  • SCOTUS Will Not Rehear DAPA Case
    SCOTUS Will Not Rehear DAPA Case

    This week, the U.S. Supreme Court dealt a significant blow to the hopes of millions of undocumented residents across the country: in its routine orders for the 2016-17 session, the court has revealed ...

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  • "Am I Eligible for DACA?"

    Blog: The "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals," or DACA, was established by the Obama Administration in 2012 to allow children who were brought to the U.S. at a young age to secure legal status ...

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