Blog Posts in October, 2013

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  • Knowing the Path v. Walking the Path: Getting the Votes for Comprehensive Immigration Reform
    Knowing the Path v. Walking the Path: Getting the Votes for Comprehensive Immigration Reform

    One can easily determine by simply following the news where the weaknesses in the existing immigration-law framework exist, but addressing those weaknesses has proven far easier said than done. Less ...

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  • Discovering a Post-Shutdown Path to Comprehensive Immigration Reform
    Discovering a Post-Shutdown Path to Comprehensive Immigration Reform

    At the beginning of this week, the United States celebrated its having been discovered by Europeans more than 521 years ago. Half way through this week, the Members of the United States Congress ...

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  • Continuing Shutdown Negatively Affects Immigration-Related Services
    Continuing Shutdown Negatively Affects Immigration-Related Services

    Although there appears to be some light at the end of the tunnel, the continuing Government shutdown is negatively affecting both deportation-related and benefits-related immigration services. Here ...

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  • Pride Without Prejudice: New Decision Reduces Ability for Immigrants to be Made Whole Following Violation of Rights
    Pride Without Prejudice: New Decision Reduces Ability for Immigrants to be Made Whole Following Violation of Rights

    It appears the federal courts are trying to follow the recent dichotomy that has arisen in the news. For instance, the federal government remains shut down due to the inability of the two parties and ...

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  • Impact of ObamaCare & California Driving Privileges on Immigrants
    Impact of ObamaCare & California Driving Privileges on Immigrants

    This week saw the beginning of the individual-enrollment period for the Patient Patient and Affordable Care Act ("ObamaCare"). It also saw the passage in California of a law that would allow ...

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