Deferred Action Program

“ORANGE CRUSH! – LEGALIZATION PROGRAM INTRODUCED IN WASHINGTON”

Mr. Hagel’s bill offers a “tough but fair” solution to the country’s most pressing immigration issue and involves issuing "Orange Cards" to certain immigrants. Marking what could be the beginning of the end to partisan infighting in the US Congress over immigration reform, Senator Chuck Hagel (R-Nebraska) on April 26, 2007 introduced [...]

“ORANGE CRUSH! – LEGALIZATION PROGRAM INTRODUCED IN WASHINGTON”

Changes may be coming to family based immigration laws

Citizens of the United States who are living in Los Angeles have the right to petition for their family members to receive green cards to come to live in the country. There are different categories and caps for the number of people given green cards according to the type of family relationship. Recently there has [...]

Changes may be coming to family based immigration laws

California bill would give unemployment benefits to DACA members

California's diversity has always been one of the state's greatest strengths; and as the immigration debate has intensified over the past decade, a variety of laws have been passed to try and maintain that diverse climate. Recently, laws have been passed to give people under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program a better chance of making [...]

California bill would give unemployment benefits to DACA members