The U.S. president announced sales regulations, yet their enforcement is fraught with problems.
It is somewhat contradictory. While President Barack Obama announced an executive action to prevent the deportation of the largest number of undocumented immigrants in U.S. history, at the same time millions are being spent to block undocumented immigrants crossing the southern U.S. border, while the Republican [Read more]
Reform by decree: 5 million undocumented immigrants will be given legal status and will be shielded from deportation, while the Republicans aimlessly consider their counterattacks.
Barack Obama is no longer beating around the bush. He will enact immigration reform and will do so by decree, signing an executive order [Read more]
I imagine that someday the governing powers of this country will make the decision to undertake true and integral migratory reform that will be able to provide for the indiscriminate arrival of undocumented immigrants and that will legalize those who already reside here.
Amnesty in this country built by immigration is nothing exceptional.
Despite Republican opposition, Obama provided legal status to five million immigrants through executive action.
On Nov. 20, U.S. President Barack Obama circumvented the Republican-controlled House and Senate, and issued a decree pushing for administrative reforms to the United States’ immigration system. During his staged announcement, President Obama also singled out the ineffectiveness of the United States Congress.
<b>Interview</b> Obama is looking to grab the Hispanic and Catholic voters, according to Denis Lacorne, a specialist in American political history.
Denis Lacorne is a professor at the Sciences Po in France and a specialist in the political history of the United States.
<b>Immigration reform is an old commitment [Read more]
On Thursday President Barack Obama announced that he will give temporary immigration relief to some 5 million of the 11.4 million undocumented immigrants that currently live in the United States. This will supposedly be the most regularization of undocumented workers in three decades, according to the reports from [Read more]
The U.S. president, Barack Obama, is overhauling immigration law. Young foreigners and many parents, who are living in the country illegally but whose children have U.S. passports, will benefit from his decree.
On Thursday evening, Barack Obama showed once again that he has a gift for oration, when he announced his [Read more]