Monthly Archives: October 2014

The politics of the Illegal Immigration Crisis

The issue of immigration always winds up being a talking point in political discussion. It probably does so because the issue is so well divided by political party. Republicans and Democrats are seen to have relatively well-established opinions about the … Continue reading

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What Would Happen If 12 Million Illegal Immigrants Were Granted The Right To Vote?

There are a lot of different topics that regularly come up around election times, year after year. Taxes, foreign policy, insurance and immigration are only some of these topics. Sometimes discussions during election time get abstract, like whether it is … Continue reading

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Is Illegal Immigrant Voting Fraud a Real Problem?

Voting fraud is a topic that is often discussed immediately after an election when one side or another happens to lose a major part of the ballot. Its clock-like regularity nearly disqualifies it as a complaint in some ways, but … Continue reading

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Immigration Issues and Unaccompanied Minors

The recent influx of immigrant unaccompanied minors into the United States is only the most recent of a long list of immigration concerns and issues. Perhaps what makes the plight of these young people so resonant in popular news media … Continue reading

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Will I Lose My Green Card if I Get a Divorce?

The short answer to this question is no. Once someone has obtained a Green Card (permanent residency) their status cannot be taken away just because they have gotten a divorce. There are a couple of situations where a Green Card … Continue reading

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What is the Importance of Deferred Action

Since its creation in 2012, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) has made quite a stir. Its impact is far reaching and variously affects immigration policy throughout the U.S. It’s possible to simplify the importance of Deferred Action to its … Continue reading

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Who are the relatives I can Sponsor?

Many people immigrate to the United States by having a relative who already lives in the United States sponsor their immigration. The relatives that a resident of the U.S. can sponsor depends on the U.S. resident’s status in the United … Continue reading

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