USCIS has made an announcement that it seeks to seeks to unify families faster by allowing potential immigrants who are the spouses and children of U.S. citizens to apply for waivers of the unlawful presence bars while in the United States rather than waiting for the decisions of these waivers outside the country. See ANNOUNCEMENT.
Here is my Top Ten Immigration Wish List for 2012:
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It was another record breaking year for deportations, with DHS logging 396,906 removals during Fiscal Year 2011. While the raw number is not in doubt, its meaning is far from clear, according to the American Immigration Council.
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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced that it would put guidelines in place across all immigration agencies to ensure that its enforcement priorities are focused on removing persons who are most dangerous to the country.
President Obama must make changes now in immigration if he wants to count on the support of the Latino community for the next Presidential Elections.