National Dialogues on Immigration

Weekly Roundup, December 19th


June 25, 2015  |  News
Immigration reform protest at Marco Rubio's office 12-10-2014 

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Immigration in the news this week:

The Almost Americans: When President Obama drew a line on immigration, it went straight through their Family via Washington Post

The Bush Family Fairness Plan Is the True Precursor to the President’s Executive Actions on Immigration via Huffington Post

9th Circuit to judge: Lift ban on licenses for dreamers via AZ Central

5 Facts You Need to Know About Legal Challenges to Executive Action on Immigration via Center for American Progress

‘Unjust’: Rights groups slam spread of facilities for immigrant families via CNN U.S.

Immigration Is Driving Broad Demographic Shifts In U.S., Report Says via NPR

Federal Judge Calls Obama’s Immigration Actions Unlawful via New York Times

Obama Aide: GOP President Would Preserve Action on Immigration, Cuba via Wall Street Journal

Rachel Maddow reviews President Obama’s recent decision to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba in conversation with USA Today Immigration reporter, Alan Gomez. How will it affect current and potential Cuban immigrants?:

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