Last week, U.S. lawmakers introduced a bill called the Help Separated Families Act. If voted into law, it would limit a state’s ability to use immigration status to justify separating undocumented parents from their children.
The U.S. Supreme Court had a busy summer. And its most high-profile opinion – that President Obama’s healthcare reforms are constitutional – will be focused on for weeks and months to come. But the Court did more than allow “Obamacare” to take hold. It made a major decision regarding immigration laws, too.
From the time that President Obama took office, his administration promised significant immigration reform. The latest news from the Department of Homeland Security proves that immigration reform is in fact happening.
A popular fast-food franchise in the United States and many of their employees have found out the hard way that following proper hiring procedures is important.
Approximately 65,000 undocumented immigrants graduate high school each year, of which, five to ten percent continue their education and attend college. The pressing issue is whether or not undocumented students should be denied access to public higher education.
This week, the U.S. Supreme Court heard arguments for and against the Arizona immigration law.
If the U.S. Congress does not pass the Dream Act, you may still be able to live the American dream.
Immigrants face increased scrutiny these days, so it’s encouraging to see the government establish a service that could be helpful in extreme situations.
Our firm was excited to hear Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s new plans to help immigrants not only find work, but start their own businesses, too. The mayor believes the initiatives will make Chicago the most immigration-friendly city in the world.