US Immigration Reform Legislation on Hold

Posted on April 19, 2010. Filed under: Immigration | Tags: , , |


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Source: VOANEWS.COM
As the U.S. Congress moves beyond the issue of health care, some lawmakers are pushing for an overhaul of the nation’s immigration system. At the heart of the debate is a proposal to give legal status to millions of illegal immigrants living in the United States. The issue engenders strong feelings from both sides and recently tens of thousands of supporters of reform marched in Washington. …….Read more……

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[…] care, some lawmakers are pushing for an overhaul of the nation’s immigration system. …Read More… Cancel […]

Hi,

US immigration law distinguishes between a non-immigrant visa and an immigrant visa. What’s the deal with “immigration intent”?

In its effort to encouraging eligible lawful permanent citizens to apply for US citizenship, the US government had launched a $3.5 million multilingual advertising campaign. It’s part of the $11 million for superior immigration integration allotted by the Congress. It was launched on May 30 and run through Labor Day. The immigrants of California, New York and Texas will be focused upon and the campaign will primarily run in these states. The print, radio and digital media will be used in this campaign in different languages such as Chinese, English, Vietnamese and Spanish. The 7.9 million immigrants eligible for applying for US citizenship will be targeted.


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